Polymer clay is an oven baked modelling clay which can be formed into any shape imaginable. In this workshop students will learn how mould polymer clay to create different bead shapes and how to make multi coloured and patterned beads from scratch using a variety of different techniques including applying gold leaf. Then how to bake and assemble finished pieces by threading onto beading string, and finally glueing onto fittings. Many different colour and shape options available. Suitable for complete beginners, adults and kids aged 7+, all materials provided.
What you will learn
how to mould polymer clay to create different shaped beads
how to create patterned beads and components using various techniques
how to bake and assemble finished pieces
What you will get
All materials provided
Students will take home a completed bead necklace, pair of earrings and a pendant necklace.
Expert tuition from an experienced teacher!
About the tutor
Anna Kolusniewski is a practising artist, teacher, jewellery and costume designer. Anna teaches a variety of art and craft classes across Melbourne, suitable for all age groups and always lots of hands-on creative fun.
Class availability: 0 PLACES REMAINING
Sunday 5 April
10.00am – 1.00pm (1 session)
Ticket price includes 1 adult and 1 child
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