Take a Mini-Class Break in March

Why is March Break only for the school kids? Not fair; we all need a break! Take a break this Marchimage-500w with a mini-classes.

Class Coordinator Pamela Kearns will be teaching five mini-classes that will span several jewellery-making techniques. Everyone is welcome to take these classes – adults and youth (12 years of age and older; must be accompanied by an adult). All classes are 1.5 hours in length although you may not need the full length of time to complete the project. The fee for each class is $15 + HST and will include the materials needed to complete the project.



epoxy-sparkle-pendant-700wMonday, March 13
Epoxy Clay Sparkle pendant
11:30am – 1:00pm
Create two interchangeable pendants using epoxy clay and sparkling rhinestones!

Tuesday, March 14chainmaille-and-cheerios-charm-bracelet-700w
Chainmaille and Cheerios Charm Bracelet
11:30am – 1:00pm
Learn how to do chainmaille with this delightful charm bracelet!

leather-kumi-key-fob-700wWednesday, March 15
Kumi Leather Key Fob
11:30am – 1:00pm
Create your own leather fob for keys or to hang from a backpack!


Thursday, March 16honeycomb-earrings-700w
Honeycomb Earrings by Starman TrendSetters
11:30am – 1:00pm
Combine Quadra Tiles, Triangles and Melon beads for a beautiful pair of earrings!



Friday, March 17
Alrika Earrings by Starman Trendsetters
11:30am – 1:00pm
Create a pair of beautiful earrings that are perfect for all occasions!

Click on the class title to see the full description of the class. You can also go to www.beadfx.com and click on the March class calendar to see all of the month’s classes.

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