Leader : Victoria Moorey
Duration: Wednesday 7 July 2 to 4.30pm
Saturday 10 July 10am to 12.30pm
Venue : Coastal Craft Collective, 10 Marine Place, Seaton, Devon, EX12 2QL
Got some old or broken costume / bead jewellery that you want to give new life? Or would you like to create some new jewellery out of spare beads and bits of jewellery?
Come & join us for a fun class learning how to re-use / up-cycle broken and unused pieces of costume jewellery into something very wearable.
At this session you will learn how to break down old jewellery into usable bits, plan how to make a new piece then using various different techniques make your own piece of jewellery to take away.
Victoria will start by showing you some of the basic techniques you will need - construction, stringing, wiring & using stretch cord.
You could choose to make a necklace, earrings, bracelet, hair slide, alice band or brooch. If you make simpler items, you may have time to make a few pieces.
Please bring along any old / broken jewellery and beads or other items that you’d like to use. Don’t worry if you don’t have anything to bring, we will have some that you can use.
The price includes use of the tools, materials and tea & coffee.
The workshop is suitable for everyone, no previous experience is necessary.
Victoria Moorey lives in Seaton with her husband & dog. Vic moved to the south west 14 years ago where she followed her passion for growing vegetables. After taking a few years out travelling she returned to Seaton & joined the Coastal Craft Collective team. She has been making jewellery for many years & even took her jewellery kit on her travels!