March 21, 2020 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Yellow Cottage Studios
1211 N. Broadway
Poteau OK
Dani Montoya

Learn how to Wire Wrap a Tree of Life Pendant!

Pre-registration is Required – To reserve your space click “Tickets”

The Tree of Life and Wire Wrapping has been quite popular these last few years and so many of you have asked me to teach it.

During this 4 hour class, we will be using high-quality jewelry wire in your choice of Silver Plate, Copper Plate or Antique Brass (Silver and Brass shown in picture) to make a completed pendant as shown.

I will be supplying all wire for your project, pre-cut for you. Instructions will also be given so you can have something to follow the next time you make one.

Cost $40.00 includes Wire. In order to give attention and direction to students’ I will be limiting this class to 6 people so reserve your spot today. Since I will be limiting the class, and pre-cutting the wire, paid reservations are required.  NO refunds within 48 hours of class.  No changing dates unless I still have a spot open. 

Tools Needed I do not have enough tools for everyone to share and we will be using them throughout the day so I do recommend you bring the following jewelry tools. We will be using other tools but we can share those!

Jewelry Making Tools

  • Chain Nose Pliers – Chain nose pliers have no “tooth” but we don’t care about that for this project. Small needle Nose Pliers will work just fine.
  • Flush Cutter pliers – These are specialty tools for jewelry making. We will be snipping wire close to the piece often. If you have a small pair of wire cutters that will work.Michaels and even Walmart carry these inexpensive tools.This kit on Amazon is probably not the highest quality but it will do the job and you get some great jewelry making tools in it, enough to get you going without costing you an arm and a leg.

ADDING STONES:  I WILL NOT be supplying Stones to wire wrap into your pendant. You are welcome to bring a Cabachon to wrap but adding this element makes the piece more difficult.  I will help you of course.

If you want to add a stone it MUST be a flat-backed Cabachon in either an oval shape or teardrop shape and should be between 1 1/2 – 1 3/4″ tall and at least 1″ wide.

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