About the Class
Have you ever wanted to make jewelry out of all that pretty scrapbooking paper? Well, I will coat some paper with resin ahead of time so we will have lots of colors to work with. You will cut small, earring size shapes out of the paper using paper punches and then connect them to make a pair of earrings. This technique can be applied to other creations besides earrings. These are fun and easy!
- 6:30 p.m. at Camp Mabry. Get directions and find out more about meetings.
Supplies Provided by ABS
- Earring wires
- Jump rings
Supplies Students Should Take to Class
Students should bring the following tools and supplies to the meeting:
- Small paper punches – (if you have them, found in the scrapbooking sections at Hobby Lobby and Michaels)
- Eyelet setter (if you have one, also in the scrapbooking section)
- Round Nose pliers
- Chain Nose pliers
I will bring paper punches and eyelet setters to share, but if you have some, please bring them to share with others. Make sure you mark your tools with your name!
About Lydia Johns
Lydia Johns has been creating art since she was a small child. She loves creating jewelry using many different mediums including metal work, glass, resin, and paper. A teacher by profession, she loves sharing her knowledge with others and teaches many classes in Precious Metal Clay, Resin and Glass Fusing.