Saturday, May 22, 2010

Teaching

 I am teaching again and I am so excited about it!  Classes will be starting  really soon  , so if you haven't already made some fun weekend plans for July 24, 2010, maybe I can tempt you to join me in class !:) We are going to have some fun playing with a material called Faux Bone and mixed metal piece that will be sure to inspire you to try it in your own designs. Here is a picture of the piece we will be recreating.
The Class will be held at :
Jewell's Beads
 1443 Grand Ave.
Grover Beach , Ca.93433
July 24, 2010
10:00 a.m.-4:30p.m.
call to reserve a spot: 1-805-928-4611 or toll free 1-888-548-5632
Thought I might share a few new pieces I have also been working on using Faux Bone.
Let me know what you think.  I am pretty happy with the results.  I have been so inspired  by the wonderful artist Joanna Goldberg lately.  Are you familiar with her?  I just recently found out about  her and just can't tell you where I have been! :)  
Oh, just FYI  I will be teaching more this summer at Jewell's Beads and also Naturally Jennifer's beads in San Luis Obispo , Ca. I will be posting those classes in the next few days. Hope you have a great weekend!

Enjoy!

3 comments:

Riki Schumacher said...

Hi Steff, thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment. Your pieces are just great! That should be a fabulous class. Good luck with it. I'll be thinking of you, hugs, Riki

IT Support Melbourne said...

That sounds really exciting. Oh how I wish I can join one of your classes. Well, good luck and have fun.

Diana said...

I love what you do with faux bone...so very uniquely you. Your classes sound great. Wishing you filled, fun, fabulous classes my friend.
Diana

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