Course Start DatesTuesday 7th April 2020
About the Course
Silver Clay lends itself to make jewellery inspired by nature. You will be provided with 7g of Silver Clay and will be able to make pieces to your own design.
Georgina has been working with silver clay for over ten years and has been running silver clay courses on the Wirral for the last eight years.
Come and learn how use this fascinating material to make yourself either a pair of earrings or a pendant in real, pure silver.
If booking with a CraftCourses voucher for part or all of the course fee, please fill in the contact form above. Your voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.
What's included in the price?
The course will provide you with 7g of silver clay.
There will be lots of materials provided to use to make your piece. Leaves, flowers, letter stamps, etc.. but please feel free to bring your own. Anything with a bit of texture should work well.
Tea, coffee and cake are provided.
There will be one session running in the morning 10am-1pm and one in the afternoon 2pm - 5pm. Booking is essential.
What a great few hours. Georgina was very welcoming and gave us lots of information regarding silver clay and how to work with it. I came away with two pieces that I am very proud of, one of which will be a Christmas Present. The other a keepsake of my dogs paw print. Thank You.
Jane - - #26294
Very enjoyable session. Silver clay was all new to me and Georgina explained everything brilliantly.
Shelley Massey - - #26289
I had such a great time. I learnt a lot, Georgina is a great teacher and a wonderful artist.I’m definitely coming back.
Mervat Elsadek - - #26281
I booked to go on this course with my dad. We both thoroughly enjoyed it and felt we learnt a lot about silver clay. We were both very happy with our creations and would definitely book again in the future!
Rachel - - #25976
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