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What You'll Get
Without jewelry, pearls would be nothing but oyster gallstones and treasure chests would contain nothing but dirty back issues of The Economist. Embrace the power of bling with today's Groupon: for $10, you get a jewelry-making class (a $25 value) at Twisted Jeweler, newly opened downtown.
Jewelry-making classes contribute to the individuality of one’s bodily adornments for lovers of sparkling stones and adamant trinket collectors alike, as well as entertaining students and increasing personal skill and dexterity. Crafty fingers can explore combinations of beads, wire, and pearl at one of Twisted Jeweler’s various jewelry-making classes. All necessary materials are provided, including clasps, tools, crystals, and jewelry-making guidance. Students choose from afternoon and early-evening classes offered Tuesday–Saturday, where they can design jewelry such as a "Y" beaded necklace, a crystal-bead bracelet, a crystal ring, and more. Stop by the shop after class for an additional fee to acquire enough coins, bone beads, and crystal to forge a blinged-out menagerie of glistening chains.
The Fayette Observer mentioned Twisted Jeweler in a list of the town's newest businesses.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 27, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. By appointment only. 2-hour cancellation notice. Valid only for $25 classes. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Twisted Jeweler
The designers at Twisted Jeweler aren’t afraid of the competition—in fact, they'll train competitors themselves. While crafting pearl bracelets and 14-karat-gold-filled Daddy Hug Me rings, which bear the birthstones of both a child and a parent deployed in the military, they'll also teach crafters of all ages to string beads and sculpt with wire. Once they've learned the basics, fledgling artisans can sort through sparkling rows of loose Swarovski crystals and jewelry-making supplies such as clasps and head pins. Supplementing a sparkling array of handmade pendants and earrings, the jewelers take on custom design projects to create pieces not found in department stores or the jewelry box of one's elementary-school rival.