Bead making with Polymer Clay


Duration: One day

Price: £58

Run by: Jo Hunter
at West Country Creative Ltd

01566 784713

Plowden Park
Newton Down
Lifton
Devon
PL16 0AS

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About the Course

Polymer clay is a versatile modelling medium which can be used to make stunning jewellery. On this beginner’s course you will learn how to select or make your own clay colours; how to condition the 'raw' material; how to mold and shape your designs and how to bake the clay to make a selection of beautiful marbled and millefiori beads. The workshop also includes time to string your favourite beads so you will go home with a completed necklace and earring set.

If booking with a CraftCourses voucher for part or all of the course fee, please fill in the contact form above or telephone us. Your voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.

What's included in the price?

All tools and materials are included, as well as unlimited tea and coffee. You will need to bring a packed lunch.

If you are unable to make a published date, please get in touch as I'm always happy to run workshops on demand. No minimum number required and no extra cost.



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Jo is an excellent teacher, patient, cheerful and informative
The studio is light and comfortable
I would definitely recommend this course

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Course Start Dates

Friday 8th June 2018
Tuesday 7th August 2018

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