Thursday, February 25, 2010

Build Your Crafty Skills- Polymer Clay Necklace How-To

Making Necklaces with Leaves and Polymer Clay
Feb 9, 2010
The PCC is proud to present the following class:
Now’s your chance to learn to make beautiful one of a kind pendants from leaves and polymer clay. All materials will be supplied (leaves, clay, paint, cord, tools) for each person to make 2-3 finished necklaces.

Location: Wildcard in Lawrenceville Time: 1:00 pm to 3:00 pmDate: Sunday March 7, 2010Cost: 20.00 for PCC Members. All others 25.00
Class size is limited to 8. If you’d like to RSVP for this class, please do so We do require that you pre-pay for this class to reserve your spot.
Due to the limited class size, if you must unavoidably cancel, please let the PCC know no later than 48 hours before the class. A waiting list will be maintained if slots become available.
Bio: Lynne Kropinak is a self-taught jewelry maker, flea market addict, and enthusiast of all things crafty. Her work is inspired and constructed with found and salvaged materials: scraps of paper, gemstones and leaves, polymer clay, paint, recycled trinkets, conversations heard in line at the grocery store, and other things too good to throw away. She has been making and selling crafts for over 25 years and delights in sharing skills and inspiration with other crafters.

1 comment:

BarkerBell Herbs and Heirlooms said...

If you have any interest in learning how to make polymer clay jewelry, don't hesitate to sign up for this class. Lynne is an incredibly talented artist and a wonderful teacher.