What You'll Get
Glass provides a resting place for wine, eveningwear for Cinderellas, and a more dramatic exit from 44th-floor windows for Bruce Willises. Shatter artistic inhibitions with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $21 for a two-hour stained-glass scrapbook-jewelry-making class (a $44 value)
- $21 for a two-hour fused-glass pendant-making class (a $44 value)<p>
Crafters of any level can learn the beauty of refracted light during a two-hour stained-glass scrapbooking class, which guides participants through the steps of fashioning a wearable piece of scrapbook jewelry. Students bring in prints from home—such as copies of photographs, pieces of artwork, or important plot points torn out of The Great Gatsby—so they can sandwich their prized pictures between two 1.5”x1.5” sheets of clear, beveled glass. Pupils then solder the pieces of glass together and add embellishments, such as eye-catching wire wraps and beads.<p>
Alternatively, students learn to cut and assemble hanging ornaments in the fused-glass-pendant class. Using the studio’s tools and all included materials, glass workers craft a decorative trinket, which staffers then fire in the kiln. Crafters can add a pin or bail to their project to transform it into a wearable piece of jewelry.<p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 4, 2012. Amount paid never expires. May buy multiple. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required. 48hr cancellation notice required. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Fused-glass pendant-making class valid only for students 12 and older; stained-glass scrapbook-jewelry-making class valid only for students 15 and older. Only students allowed in classroom. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Canterbury Stained Glass
Jeff Warmuth and the talented artisans at Canterbury Stained Glass draw on their nearly 40 years of experience crafting commissioned artwork to fill their showroom and teach others the art of glass manipulation. More than 40 educational programs—divided into short workshops and longer, weeks-long pursuits—focus on beginner, intermediate, and expert glass techniques of all sorts. Students can assemble glass jewelry, fuse patterned glass into bowls, or use their glass-blowing skills to build a see-through glass dome around endangered penguins. A fully stocked shop sells books, glass cutters, and other useful tools for finishing glassmaking and fusing projects.