2nd Quarter 2010 Overflow Workshops

Overflow workshops are created when there is a substantial waiting list for a workshop, or if an alternate date is requested. Please remember to put your name on the waiting list of a workshop that you're interested in so that we can alert you of a possible overflow date. You do not prepay and there is no obligation if called.

The wait list has been called and these workshops are now open to anyone. Please come in or call us to register. (714) 671-9976





Razzle Dazzle
by Kelly Olivas
Thu, June 3 (6-9pm)

Razzle dazzle your wrist with this crystal
encrusted bracelet design. Start by creating a basic right-angle woven base that will be embellished with your choice of crystal colors. It's so fun to make you'll want to make more in every color. All skill levels welcome.


A Different Vintage Earring
by Michelle Loon
Tue, June 8 (6-9pm)

Create a set of lightweight and dainty bezels with syringed details to frame slices of wine cork. Constructing symmetrical bezel bases and rolling
coils for hanging will be covered, as well as the all important cork assembly. Pre-requisite: Intro to ACS and 3-hours of ACS work.


Queen's Lace
by Wendy Remmers
Sun, June 13 (12-5pm)

Graduated ring sizes and a bias weave is what makes this necklace unique and the perfect drape for the neckline. Create sides separately and then marry
them together with a large accent ring. Finish with a luscious gem or charm drop. Intermediate chainmaille experience is required. Required jump ring kits will be available at class.


Fuse with a MagicFuse Kiln
by Scott Remmers
Mon, June 14 (6-9pm)
$45 (includes materials)

This workshop focuses on Paragon's MagicFuse kiln! This kiln fires inside a microwave oven to glass fusing temperatures. It is the perfect way to introduce yourself to the amazing world of glass fused jewelry. Incredibly within an hour after you begin fusing, the glass will be cool to the touch. All skill levels welcome. All materials included.


Flat Peyote fs
by BBW Staff
Wed, June 16 (6-9pm)

All skill levels welcome.


Basic Wire Linking
by Candace White
Thu, June 17 (6-9pm)

Learn how to permanently link beads
together with this wire wrapping technique. Learn how to make a proper eye loop and how to wrap down wires for a snug fit. Use the same techniques to later make a matching necklace and pair of earrings. All skill levels welcome.


Viper Chain
by Wendy Remmers
Wed, June 23 (6-9pm)

Named for it's snake-like scales, this Viper chain wears smooth and slinky. Recognizing patterns will help you through this multi-linked chain. Pre-requisite: Intro to Chainmaille and at least one other chainmaille weave. Required jump ring kits will be available at class.


French Beaded: Fanciful Flights
by Lananh Bui
Sun, June 27 (12-5pm)

This class will cover the "4 Row Crossover" in french beaded flowers. With this technique, you will learn how to create a beautiful butterfly-like motif for the earrings and matching pendant. The pendant is 13/4" in length and the flower about 1" wide. The flower is held by a unique bail that is encrusted with sparkling crystals. All skill levels welcome.


Intro to Wire Wrapping
by Michele Gregory
Wed, June 30 (6-9pm)

Learn wire straightening, binding, and twisting as you create this sparkling pendant. Choose crystals to compliment a special outfit, or create a "Mother's" or "Grandmother's" pendant by choosing crystals to correspond with the birth months of children or grandchildren. There will be two design options to choose from. All skill levels welcome.


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