Choose Between Four Options
- $69 for 3.5-hour BYOB jewelry-making class for one ($139 value)
- $72 for BYOB jewelry-making for one - with Expiration Protection
- $129 for BYOB jewelry-making class for two ($278 value)
- $135 for BYOB jewelry-making class for two - with Expiration Protection
Students create a bracelet or 20” necklace with matching earrings comprised of sterling, Bali and German silver with pearls, genuine gemstones, Murano, Czech, and Swarovski crystals. Backed by years of style and design experience, host Diana Diamonds ensures each participant creates a take-home treasure to enjoy.
With Expiration Protection, you can trade in unused vouchers for Groupon Bucks in the amount of the price of the original option before the deal expires.
The jewelry class walks customers through the assembly of a single-strand necklace or bracelet up to 20 inches. Delica beads, sterling silver, and an array of gemstones such as turquoise and adventurine can lend these custom creations a colorful glimmer. After class, each participant takes home their completed jewelry.
Crazy Mama's Celestial Emporium
A splash of bright fuchsia greets visitors as they approach Crazy Mama's, foreshadowing the trove of colorful vintage clothing, gemstones, and enchanted signature jewelry that line the shelves inside. Owner Diana Diamond—exclusive designer for the Contemporary Arts Museum and host of a recent Exxon Mobil private jewelry-making team-building exercise—provides self-empowerment emanating from her stock of perfumes, which fan the flames of prospective love interests with bona fide pheromones. During signature scent classes, perfumers ply their olfactory wizardry to make personalized scents, carrying on a tradition they trace back to Cleopatra. Aside from these nose-tickling wares, Crazy Mama's covers forms with retro gear, weighs down bookcases with self-help tomes, and fills empty wind tunnels with delicate chimes.
Hosted by Diana Diamonds, exclusive Designer for the Houston Museum of Natural Science' Imperial Jade Collection, the Contemporary Arts Museum, Lakewood Church, and various high end shops in the Galleria & Highland Village areas. Exxon Mobil recently hosted a private jewelry making party as a Team Building exercise with Diana Diamonds.