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Showing posts with label enamel jewelry. Show all posts
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Upcoming Classes

We have some great classes scheduled to start in the next couple weeks!  Click on the class to register or for more information.

Also, the studio will be closed this Wednesday, January 21 and will be open on Thursday from 12-3pm.

Make jewelry in spinner ring jewelry class
Spinner Ring - Saturday January 17th 1-4pm

Learn to cabochon, tube, and flush setting
Stone Setting - Tuesday 6-9pm - Begins January 20th
Learn to solder, saw, pierce, rivet, texture, patina, and set stones
Jewelry 1 - Friday's 12-3pm - Begins January 23rd
Learn the jewelry enamel technique of Cloisonne
Cloisonne - Saturday and Sunday January 24 and 25,  9-5pm


Ho Ho Ho

The Christmas Party was a great success!  Fun was had by all and we really appreciate all of your support!  We will be closed for the holidays from Wednesday, December 24 - Thursday, January 1.  We will reopen on Friday, January 2.  We hope everyone has a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

We have lots of classes starting in January.  Take a look:

Jewelry 1:  Mondays 6-9pm, starts January 5
Jewelry 2:  Tuesdays 6-9pm, starts January 6
Jewelry 3:  Wednesdays 6-9pm, starts January 7
Treasure Box:  Sundays 12-3, starts January 11
Stone Setting:  Tuesdays 6-9pm, starts January 20
Cloisonne:  Saturday and Sunday, January 24-25, 9-5
Filigree:  Saturday and Sunday, January 31- February 1, 10-3
Wire Wrap Bracelet:  Tuesday, January 6, 6-9pm
Wire and Sheet Making:  Saturday, January 10th, 1-3
Finishing:  Saturday, January 10th, 3-4:30

Enameling Inspiration

Kathy picked up enameling about a year ago. She really liked it and had a week where she was required to stay indoors, so she decided to buy a bunch of different colored enamels and go to town with practicing. Since then, she always has something new to show. I'm always amazed at how quickly she seems to be improving and learning. But it does make sense. She loves doing it and spends a lot of time reading, practicing and making enameled pieces. 

Kathy stores all of her enamels in cardboard boxes with sample colors at the top for reference. This is a great way to keep track of what you have. All of the doubled up colors are for the transparent colors. One sample is just a coat of the transparent. The other is a coat of opaque white with the transparent color over it.

Below are a few she had with her last night.

I think my favorite are the flower earrings. What are yours?