Monday, May 10, 2010

Resin Workshops for Beginners

Choc au Latte (from my Colour Burst collection)
Do you love the look of resin jewellery?

Want to make your own but feel intimidated by the process and not quite sure where to start?

Well, why not take a resin jewellery course in Brisbane and try your hand at making your own resin bangles. I will demystify the process for you and walk you through every step of the process. You'll be making resin bangles confidently in no time at all!

I hold resin workshops in my studio each month. We cover all aspects of working with a quick curing resin: safety precautions, colourants, best pouring methods, how to avoid bubbling, final finishing - absolutely everything you need to know to create your own handmade resin bangles and rings. Your class kit contains all the materials required to make your own including detailed written instructions to refer back to, a resin jewellery book for inspiration, a silicone bangle mould, enough resin to be able to continue casting at home after the workshop and pigments - essentially, everything you need to pour additional bangles at home.
Cocktail (from my Colour Burst collection)

The next workshop is this Saturday, 15th May and it's not too late to make a last-minute booking. If you're interested in spending a few hours to learn all the ins and outs of how to work with resin, check out the Class Schedule on the Mill Lane Studio website for further details. Click on the "Book Now" link to book in.

Hope to see you there!

Bangle images in this post are not the style made during the workshop and are for illustration purposes only. This colouring technique is not covered in the beginners bangle workshop.

Would you like to comment?

Thanks for stopping by today. Your comment is really appreciated.