This Saturday, June 8, I will be teaching two classes on making the extremely popular European-style beads (disregard the price on the flyer – the library classes are free). These are the big-hole beads with the silver cores (grommets) lining the center opening, usually strung on snake chain bracelets or necklaces, but they also look really cool when paired with a leather cord. These beads are variously referred to as charm beads, memory beads, and the very famous Pandora brand beads.
Colorful and easy to make, these beads invite creativity – swirl pretty colors together, cover with slices of decorative designs, or create a tiny sculptured bead. Your imagination is the only limitation!
This class is perfect for beginners – no previous knowledge of polymer clay is necessary, and I provide all tools and clay to create 10 finished beads.
Classes are from 9 a.m.-noon and 1-4 p.m. The afternoon class is almost full, but there are several spots open for the morning class. So give the library a call at (405) 721-2616 or go by their location to register:
June 8, 2013
9 a.m.-noon and 1-4 p.m.
Warr Acres Library
5901 NW 63rd St. (NW 63rd & MacArthur)
Oklahoma City, OK 73132
Hope to see you there!