Students Learn How to Turn Precious Metal Clay Into Silver Jewelry

Have you always wanted to make your own jewelry? Here’s you chance. On Saturday, Jan. 30 from 9-1pm, Island Arts in Stevensville is offering a simple workshop that teaches you how to create your very own fine silver charms out of precious metal clay. This beginner class, taught by PMC-certified artisan Melissa Kay-Steves of CharmTree still has a few slots available for anyone ages 12 years old and older.

Not sure you’re ready? Come watch a live demonstration, shop for jewelry, browse designs, or just enjoy a complimentary dessert. One lucky person will win a silver charm.

Workshop Fee: $75 (includes up to 4 charms + jump ring findings) All students should bring a brown bag lunch. Pre-registration by 1/16 required. ($20 non-refundable deposit can be made at Island Arts/My Little Studio). Space is limited so please call (240) 422-6716 or email charmtree@verizon.net for more information or visit www.charmtreejewelry.com.

If you would like more information about this topic or to find out the complete line up of fall classes and workshops at Island Arts or to schedule an interview with Melissa Kay-Steves, please call Joan McWilliams at (410) 604-0721 or send an email to mylittlestudio1@aol.com.

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