The Nature Jewelry mini eWorkshop is actually one week of my large eCourse, Rediscover Your Creativity through Making Jewelry. This week is so full and juicy, I knew it would make a great workshop on it’s own!
(If you love it and want more, there is a coupon code for $15 off the full Rediscover Your Creativity through Making Jewelry eCourse included in the tutorial!)
Think back to a time when you felt more creative — maybe it was when you were a kid, maybe before you had kids, maybe it was just a few months ago and now you feel blocked. Maybe you do feel creative, but want to boost it even more (and who doesn’t?!?)
I have the solution here!
This workshop will give you a creativity booster (a creativity prompt), teach you jewelry skills and then gives you 4 nature jewelry projects to choose from. 3 of the projects use things from nature (rocks, twigs, etc.) and one project is inspired by nature.
I encourage you to make whatever you are inspired to create after doing the creativity booster, even if it isn’t one of the suggested projects.
The projects and skills are delivered through videos. You’ll receive a workbook instantly upon purchase that includes all of the videos, plus the private page and password that contains the workshop. One project is a PDF (Twig Ring, which is also available separately in my store.)
The main supplies you need are wire and the tools listed. You’ll pick up things in nature for the other supplies.
Additionally, you’ll need chain, head pins, beads, cord (leather or cotton), copper wire and a ring mandrel, depending upon the projects that you decide to make.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at Kim@KimberlieKohler.com.
Basic Skills Necessary:
- Some basic jewelry making skills would be helpful, but not necessary. I’ll teach you everything step-by-step with lots of videos.
Materials and Tools You May Need:
- Wire (20 gauge, round) is my favorite
- Copper Wire for one project (if you opt to do that project) – more details in the description
- Round nose pliers
- Wire Cutters
- Chain nose pliers
- Bent nose pliers or other pliers
- Head pins for one optional project
- Seed beads and other beads for one optional project
- Clasps and other misc. findings
- Ring mandrel (optional)