A Special Holiday Workshop! Make unique jewelry using  Acrylics on Glass!

A Special Holiday Workshop! Make unique jewelry using Acrylics on Glass!

15 Dec
  • [PAST] December 15th, 2022
  • 7-9:30pm
  • 1450 West Broadway Vancouver
  • Workshop
  • Pacific Arts Market
  • https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/acrylic-glass-jewelry-workshop-tickets-472208808257
  • More info

Each participant will create FIVE pieces of jewelry! (What exactly does this mean? A necklace pendant; a pair of earrings; a set of wine charms… each of these items is considered to be ONE piece. And everyone will have the chance to make FIVE.)

ALL materials will be provided AND everything is included in the workshop cost!

No previous experience necessary!

About this workshop:
Participants will learn this fun jewelry making process and will leave with the fundamental skills needed to do the technique at home!

In addition to creating five individual pieces, all extras will be provided to ensure that each item made is a fully “complete” piece. (Example: if you make a pendant intended for a necklace, the cord/chain will be provided. The end goal is for you to have five, polished and unique pieces of jewelry, that YOU created!)

There will also be a degree of individual freedom to choose the type of items you’d like to make.
An important note for this workshop: Using acrylic paint on a smooth surface such as glass requires drying time. As a result, there will be some delayed gratification to finishing your pieces! It will take at least 2 days for the paint to fully dry on the glass so this means that the final touches will need to be completed at home. HOWEVER, the process is a simple one and you will be sent home with the knowledge and materials needed to finish things off smoothly.

Creating your own jewelry is both artistic and fun. (And saying “I made this” never gets old!) So, bring some friends and join me! Lets get creative!

I am excited to see you!

Cheri Marie
Feel free to email me if you have any questions! ma.cheri.marie@gmail.com

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