Create your bespoke jewellery palette
In this workshop you will learn how to create unique jewellery out of polymer clay (Premo and Fimo), in up to three different fabulous colours that are absolutely right for you and that enhance your natural colouring. You don’t need any prior experience of working with polymer clay, just a love of colour and jewellery. At the end of the course you will have made your own unique pendant and beads, which you can combine into one overall piece, or you may decide to have a stand-alone pendant and a separate beads-only necklace. It’s up to you. During the course we cover: • finding ‘your’ colours • conditioning clay • following recipes for mixing precise shades • layering and marbling effects • creating pendants • making different bead shapes and sizes • firing clay in a domestic oven • finishing and buffing your pieces • designing a necklace in a style and length of your choice
What's included in the price?
TUITION • An introductory email that sets out a range of design options • Personal Zoom calls – at the beginning to discuss your project, in the middle for support (if you would like it) and at the end to ‘show and tell’. • A series of unlisted YouTube videos (URL links provided), each of which covers a different technique and aspect of the jewellery-making process. • Detailed recipes and back-up instructions. • A list of jewellery-making suppliers for future reference MATERIALS You will be sent a pack containing: all the clay you need for your colours (partially pre-conditioned); spacer cards, a measuring grid; a pendant frame or bail; piercing needles; fleece (for baking the clay); wet and dry sandpaper; varnish; glass seed beads (enough for one necklace); stringing material; crimps and a clasp. OPTIONAL EXTRAS (in addition to the course fee) are available once your booking is confirmed: some specialist tools can be purchased or I can give you details of suppliers.
What you will need
What you will need A computer, tablet or mobile phone; a non-absorbent, wipe clean work surface (such as a smooth tile); a plastic or acrylic rolling pin; a kitchen knife; a teaspoon; a domestic oven (not a microwave); a baking sheet/tray; some thin card; plates to put your pendant and beads on; a piece of rough material or an old sock; a mug or bits of polystyrene packaging; cocktail sticks; superglue; a small artist’s paintbrush; a kitchen tray and old teacloth; a tape measure; some sellotape and scissors.
Elizabeth Sadler Jewellery
with Craft Courses since 2019Message the tutor
- Wheelchair users
- Engagement, birthdays & anniversaries
- Hen dos
- Suitable for beginners
This course is taught online