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Monday Night Jewelry Junkies
A series of 4 classes, take one, or take all 4.!
Classes are $25 Each or Save 15% when you sign up for the whole series.
Materials will vary for each class, you are welcome to bring your own supplies and tools or buy them @ The Bead Bar,
July 12th, 7-9pm
Learn to design and make basic drop earrings. Which tools to use and findings to purchase.
Necklaces and Bracelets
July 19th, 7-9pm
Necklaces and Bracelets have some differences, but the basics are the same! Learn to make both!
July 26th, 7-9pm
Learn to wrap wire, twist it, turn it, cut it, curl it. Make your own findings, chain and charms.
Chain, Chain, Chain!
August 2nd, 7-9pm
There are so may varieties. Learn what to look for when buying chains and so ideas and techniques for making your own.
Classes are limited to 8 students.
The Picklepot 978.744.6678 email@example.com
This Monday Night, June 28th, 2010, 7-9pm
The last class in our series of "Monday Night Jewelry Junkie" classes.
This weeks topic is all about the basics of making, promoting and selling your own jewelry.
The nuts and bolts of pricing your work, photographing it, online sales, and approaching stores.
Register @The Picklepot, firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 978.744.6678
Jim Matto is a self taught jewelry designer who finds the fabulous in the things other people would over look. His Zipper Bracelets, skeleton key pins and pendants, all one of a kind! I hope to have them tagged and on display by the weekend, but there are on the table if you want to come and take a sneak peek! ;-)
No one has RSVP'ed, so I am officially cancelling, in favor of going to my son's cello recital. See you all NEXT time. =j=
The Picklepot is delighted to be part of the Second Annual Salem Arts Festival!
Friday Night is the Bead & Jewelry Swap & Sale from 6-9pm. Stop in and see what some of our favorite artists have been hiding in their treasure chests.
Saturday is the Salem Arts Walk and The Picklepot will be hosting photographer Jeannine Pelkey from 10-5. Stop in and check out her work as you wander around downtown Salem meeting artists.