Getting Ready for Mother’s Day

This coming weekend, April 16 and 17, I’ll be teaching a dramatic necklace class that involves multiple elements and several special techniques.  The pieces produced will make wonderful Mother’s Day gifts or presents for yourself.

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We’ll begin by making silver metal clay tubing which will form the basis for all parts of the necklace except for the clasp.  We’ll add elements to the tubing that create a cohesive theme such as Treasures from the Sea, Delights in the Garden, or The Heart of the Matter.  We will also create a clasp that echoes the theme of the necklace.

The class will be held in my Escondido, CA, workshop.  Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.  If you’re interested in participating or have any questions, just email me at jonnafaulkner@gmail.com.  Hope to see you there!!!

 

About Jonna Faulkner

Jewelry Artist and Teacher
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2 Responses to Getting Ready for Mother’s Day

  1. Kimberly Affre says:

    Hi Jonna,Looking forward to taking another one of your classes soon 🙂  I forgot which site you recommended to view for small kilns for metal clay?  I am looking to purchase one for my home.Thanks,Kim

    • Jonna Faulkner says:

      Hey, Kim,

      The source I’ve been happy with for kilns is Clay King, but I would shop around on the internet to make sure their pricing is still good. I haven’t bought a kiln in a while. Glad to hear you’re still working with metal clay!!! Oh, the kiln I recommend is the Paragon SC2. Hope this helps. Let me know if you need more info. Look forward to seeing you again soon!!! Big hugs, Jonna

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