Bracelet-Making Class for One, Two, or Six at The Sugar Factory by Gay Isber Designs (Up to 63% Off)

Brentwood

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In a Nutshell

Pupils tote along snacks, drinks, and CDs of background music to make bracelets with a collection of vintage and modern beads.

The Fine Print

Expires Feb 20th, 2013. Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Reservations required. Valid only for option purchased. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Beads were used as currency in ancient cultures because they were easy to carry and, when flipped before a football game, allowed every team to win. Enjoy a superior currency with this Groupon.

Choose from Three Options

  • $22 for a bracelet-making class for one (a $45 value)
  • $39 for a bracelet-making class for two (a $90 value)
  • $99 for a bracelet-making class for up to six (a $270 value)<p>

Artist Gay Isber helps guests construct bracelets from her collection of millions of beads. Patrons nibble and sip on food and drinks, which can be prepped in the artist’s kitchen, or fire up a CD or iPod to serve as background music. Then Gay helps finish bracelets and shares facts and stories about each chosen vintage, new, pearl, and wooden bead.

The Sugar Factory by Gay Isber Designs

Jewelry designer Gay Isber has transformed an old building into a glittering enclave decorated in a whimsical style that brings to mind Willy Wonka’s factory as reimagined by a quirky fairy godmother. Classes and parties amid the animal-print furnishings and scintillating chandeliers draw together guests to craft jewelry from her huge stash of beads. The jeweler, who has adorned the necks of several celebrities, demonstrates techniques and shares stories about each bead’s origins and former life as ammo for a peashooter.

The Sugar Factory by Gay Isber Designs

Jewelry designer Gay Isber has transformed an old building into a glittering enclave decorated in a whimsical style that brings to mind Willy Wonka's factory as reimagined by a quirky fairy godmother. Classes and parties amid the animal-print furnishings and scintillating chandeliers draw together guests to craft jewelry from her huge stash of beads. The jeweler, who has adorned the necks of several celebrities, demonstrates techniques and shares stories about each bead's origins and former life as ammo for a peashooter.



Tips

93% of 29 customers

  • “fabulous fun...we just booked another party because it was so great!”

  • “What an awesome experience! Creative, fun and a great time to enjoy my kids and friends. Gay is a fabulous host - she is so welcoming and warm as she helps create...”

    “What an awesome experience! Creative, fun and a great time to enjoy my kids and friends. Gay is a fabulous host - she is so welcoming and warm as she helps create beautiful jewelry. I will go back!”

  • “This is a great place to shop for vintage merchandise and chunky jewelry. It is also a great plan to bring kids to make jewelry or have a jewelry-making party. ”

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    Brentwood

    1800 W Koenig Ln.

    Austin, Texas 78756

    512-949-9322

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