Sunday, January 20, 2008

I'll be Teaching A Wire Wrapped Jewelry Class in Lancaster, PA!

Take down the date.....Monday, February 11, 2008, 6pm I'll be teaching a wire jewelry class at Lancaster Bead Company!!!! I'm excited!!! If you click on the link you can see their site & I'm on the calendar (my name is mis-spelled, but it's me who will be teaching). The class is only $30.00, very affordable!!!

I'll be teaching a basic sculpted pendant utilizing a focal bead and any other accent beads you desire. You'll learn the frame-work of the pedant and how to sculpt the wire to create a stunning OOAK pendant of your own! Once you learn the framework the sky is the limit with designs.

The pictures here are of the style I'll be teaching. An original design, by me. This will be for those who are new to wire. The 2 pictures I posted here are the pendant I will be teaching; they are essentially the same, just a little different sculpting around the outside of each.

So, join me at Lancaster Bead Company on February 11! Give them a call to ensure you reserve your spot, space is limited!! I'M LOOKING FORWARD TO SEEING YOU THERE!!!!!


  1. Anonymous10:36 PM

    Do you know of anyone or anywhere to take a wire wrapping class in Denver, CO? Thanks so much.

  2. Hello,
    I do not know if there's teachers in the Denver area. I would suggest contacting your local lapidary club---they are a great resource for finding teachers! I didn't spend much time in Denver...Boulder had some good rock/mineral stores...such shops are a good resource too! Good luck.

  3. Anonymous11:05 PM


    Your designs are to die for!!!!
    I have been looking around for some time to see what is out there. Since I came back from Rome,Italy two years ago, I am hooked on wire wrapped gems and stones. Your designs are unique but yet they remind me so much of what I saw in Italy, and that is what I love. I am finally taking a class tomorrow. My husband has found some valuble rocks.
    Thanx for showing your wonderful Jewelry.


  4. Those are very neat! I love them because not only are they simply beautiful, they have a sculptured sort of look to them as well. Keep being creative, and way to go on a job well done!
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