DIY Wire-wrapped Sea Glass Pendant
June 27 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Sea glass is one of the prettiest pieces of trash you’ll ever see – and now you can turn it into a handmade piece of jewelry! Learn how to create a stunning sea glass pendant using silver-plated wire and some easy wire-wrapping techniques. Feel free to bring your own sea glass that you found on the beach or use a piece provided by the instructor. All other materials provided; no experience is necessary, but space is limited and registration is required.
Instructor Ellen Pfendner works as a scientist consultant for a genetic testing company located in Gaithersburg, MD. She has a BS in biology and chemistry from Simmons College and a PhD in micro and molecular biology from the University of Pennsylvania. Her jewelry career began in 2005 when, after retiring from a full-time position at Thomas Jefferson University, she took beading classes at the local community college, inspired by a box of beads she inherited from her husband’s great-grandmother. Later, she began taking classes at BeadFest with nationally known jewelry artists. Her designs are all originals and are expressions of her love of nature, especially the ocean and the changing seasons.
If you would like to be placed on the waiting list, please call (508)653-6730. We will call you in the event of any cancellations.
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