In two-hour class students can learn how to make ring/band from coin and take their work home
About This Deal
- About the class: participants can learn how to make a ring from coins. They can learn how to make the metal softer to work with, how to bend and stretch it. Also, how to polish it and work with a rotary tool.
- What’s included:
- All tools and supplies
- One take-home ring
- Instructions from a professional jewelry maker
- Length: between two and two and a half hours
- Maximum six students
- Participants can bring their own collections of coins from travels (Canadian quarter or smaller size)
For Beata Kacy, life is art. After all, she has spent her own exploring new mediums, discovering how far self-expression can take her. Her experience includes everything from digital design and photography to jewelry making. Beata runs Soigne, an art studio with classes and workshops. There, she teaches everything from jewelry making to soap making or even felting.
Students can pick a class from the studio's schedule to learn one of Beata's specialties, or explore other areas such as enameling, leatherwork, or forged jewelry. After making a necklace or chunky scarf, students can take their creations home.