2/7/2019 10:30am-6pm Steven James Discover Torch Enameling: The Meteorite Bracelet

Total Price (including kit fee): $169.00
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Description

This class is a blast and this project combines the ease of enamels with the finesse of fine silver. Spend the day learning how to shape metal, blending and effectively firing richly colored enamels while producing a one of a kind creation that will make quite an impact! Steven will also introduce tools that can make the production of this project even easier! What's more, you can leave all of your personal tools at home, as everything is provided in class. No personal tools needed! Simply show up and be ready to create something special. All tools and materials are provided in class. Steven allows you to "capture the class" with smartphone video - so please bring your cameras. Please note these student-made tutorials are intended for personal use only. If you have challenges working with and seeing small components, please bring your magnification tools.

Kit Includes:

Students have access to all of the tools and materials needed to produce the class project. Students will use tools and materials including metal, enamels, and tools to produce a bracelet.

Students should bring the following tools:

Students should feel comfortable working with a torch, very small details, and multiple processes at once. Watching Steven's FREE Basic Torch Enameling video at macaroniandglitter.com/videos will help support this class experience. Students have access to all of the tools and materials needed to produce the class project. Students will use tools and materials including metal, enamels, and tools to produce a bracelet.

Instructor will provide the following tools for use in class:

No personal tools needed! Simply show up and be ready to create something special. All tools and materials are provided in class. Steven allows you to "capture the class" with smartphone video - so please bring your cameras. Please note these student-made tutorials are intended for personal use only. If you have challenges working with and seeing small components, please bring your magnification tools.