WKS814: Resin Jewelry Making - Part 1
Class Number 690-23686

Like amber resin but don't have enough patience to wait a million years for nature to make you some? Don’t wait on Father Time – make your own jewelry now. Think of all the time you’ll save!

With resin, you can cast and preserve almost anything. In this workshop, you will learn how to use resin to create a masterpiece of jewelry. We will explore two methods of resin use: the pouring technique, using a mold, and the dipping technique. The final outcome will be a piece of jewelry crafted from the collaboration of your imagination and creativity!

Extended cure times are possible, which means that your jewelry may not be ready to assemble on the day you created it. For this reason, you can, at no additional charge, and then take the Make Resin Jewelry - Part Two class. If you are unable to attend Part Two, your instructor will assemble your jewelry, which you can pick up after the completion of Resin Making - Part Two.

Please note: Pricing is for a single piece of jewelry.

This is not a Safety and Basic Use (SBU) class. Workshops utilize TechShop’s equipment, and all shop rules still apply – unless you have passed the required safety course(s), your instructor will assist you on the machine.

TechShop Location: TechShop Mid-Peninsula
Room / Area: Work Yard
Instructor: Sonja Ljubinkovic
Class Date: Sunday, Aug 5, 2012
Start Time: 12:00 PM
Class Length: 2 Hours
Price: $49.00
Lab Fee: $10.00
Age Range: All (Contact the store to register students under 13.)
Min. Students: 4
Max Students: 8
Current Students: 5
Seats Left: 3
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