Beaded and Bejeweled Mosaic Pendants and Magnets
Learn How to Make Beaded and Bejeweled Mosaics using Apoxie Sculpt. Come create your own beautiful mosaic pendants and bottle cap magnets. Using a new-to-the-studio amazing adhesive putty called Apoxie Sculpt, you will design directly into your pendant and bottle cap bases. This wonderful product allows for great ease in adhering even the tiniest beads. Use a variety of beads and small tiles to create miniature mosaic treasures. Leave your mini mosaics with us to be grouted and come back in a few days to pick up your masterpieces! This is a great chance to work on a small scale and come away with something functional to be proud of. Apoxie Sculpt is a two-part, sculptable adhesive putty that makes mosaicking with tiny tiles or beads a fun, satisfying experience. It is non-toxic, takes only a minute to mix and has great working time and shelf life. Come see what this wonder product is all about while making beautiful jewelry in this fun 3-hour class! Class includes: Instruction on best techniques for working on a small scale mosaic Simple glass cutting techniques, with emphasis on how to make very small cuts Best ways to work beads into your mosaic – both strung and loose Learning the ins and outs of Apoxie Sculpt as an adhesive Materials to make 2 pendants – choose from a variety of shapes – and one bottle cap magnet; additional pendants/magnets available if time allows, at an individual price per piece
Seattle Mosaic was founded by Dr. Claire Barnett in 2009 to create community and support through shared creativity, the studio features workshops from international visiting artists, mosaic technique classes, lectures, art shows, group events, commissions, and, of course, space and time to create your own mosaic projects. Piecing together is the heart of SMA. As a member-based studio, we are a large group of creative, generous people working together to nurture community at all levels. We offer a lovely, light and color-filled shared space to work creatively with others, to learn, and to be inspired. SMA and its members are using their hearts and hands to bring beauty and foster community. From a welcome sign at a local Pea Patch to the mosaicing of the pediatric ward of a hospital in Haiti, we are involved at all levels: fundraising, technical support, education and, of course, hands-on tiling. Committed to the growth and development of mosaic art in the Pacific Northwest, SMA provides resources, materials, support and space for the sharing of all things mosaic.
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