Class Details


arranged by date and in alphabetical order by instructor's last name
TUESDAY
NOVEMBER 4, 2014
9:00 am until 4:00 pm
BARBARA LEWIS
SHIELD OF FAITH
$145 one-day class
Who said burnt and crispy was a bad thing?  Not when you’re torch firing white enamel! Yes, this pendant is white enamel!  But before we get to the pendant, you’ll learn the immersion process of torch-fired enameling. Then we’ll move on to discussing which metals can be enameled, why some brass works and others do not, what torches to use, which gas is preferable, how to develop color by layering transparent enamels and much more. Finally, we’ll overfire enamel for special effect and hammer out a beat with our riveting hammer.
All students will be emailed a comprehensive 6-page Painting with Fire tutorial prior to the workshop. Following the workshop, you’ll find technical support at www.paintingwithfire.ning.com where you’ll meet friendly members excited about torch firing. Why don’t you join us at the “ning” while you await the workshop!
KIT FEE - $40.00 – payable to instructor at class time
I WILL HAVE THE FOLLOWING FOR USE IN CLASS  
Instructor provides all materials for the necklace, including enamels and enameling equipment 
STUDENT SUPPLY LIST
Students should bring sunglasses (if your eyes are light sensitive) 
two chain nose pliers
one round nose pliers
wire cutters
a riveting hammer
bench block
hole punch.  
OPTIONAL
a religious medallion
CONTACT ME
TUESDAY
NOVEMBER 4, 2014
9:00 am until 4:00 pm
Lorri Scott
Eco-Printed Fabrics and Ribbon
$145 one-day class

Fabric pieces are laid on the table, littered with fallen leaves, bygone rose petals, neglected rusty relics of iron and copper, perhaps sprinkled with tea or marigolds.  Bundles of nature are wrapped, bound, and steamed then left to transcend and create magic.
We will experiment with a variety of flora (I.e eucalyptus, roses) using different mordants (i.e. tannin, iron, copper) and different types of fabrics, ribbon, & dollies.
When you leave class at the end of the day you will have a nice pile of dye printed fabrics to use in all types of mixed media projects ~ books, jewelry, clothing adornments, fabric flowers, whatever your imagination conjures up!
You must be prepared to smell the heady aroma of eucalyptus and onion skins steaming and be open to the surprise transformation of the dye process.  You can’t plan what will happen but that’s part of why this process is so intriguing to me, that and the fact it’s all natural, available, and easy.
KIT FEE - $20 – payable to instructor at class time and includes:
all fabrics, ribbon, doilies
STUDENT SUPPLY LIST
Protective gloves and aprons (I will provide disposable plastic aprons/gloves)
Scissors
Bring extra fabrics, doilies, ribbon you have that are natural fibers you may want              
   to dye.
CONTACT ME
TUESDAY
NOVEMBER 4, 2014
9:00 am until 4:00 pm
Kim St. JeaN
pewter casting workshop
$145 one-day class
Create unique components using pewter casting techniques and a butane culinary torch. We will cast through things, onto things, and into molds pressed into casting sand. We call the techniques through it, on to it, and into it. Pewter provided is lead free and made in the USA. There is enough pewter in the kit to make 10+ castings. We will have hundreds of molds to choose from or bring your own object for impression. Turning the castings into wearable jewelry will be covered as well. Open to all levels, all tools & supplies are provided.
KIT FEE - $45.00 – payable to instructor at class time and includes:
Kit includes approximately one pound of pewter
all metals for setting cabochons
use of instructors tools
consumables
handout
I WILL HAVE THE FOLLOWING FOR USE IN CLASS 
Melting ladle
casting sand
solder board
copper solder
brazing rods
torch and fuel
saw frames
pliers
hammers
anvils
vises
protective work surface
metal shears
buffer and grinder
files
pickle
patina
impressions for molds
screen and mesh
rubber stamps
crystals
texturing tools
specialty pliers
Dremel tools
quench bowls
STUDENT SUPPLY LIST
nothing, Kim provides everything!!!
OPTIONAL
objects for impressions
CONTACT ME
email: kim@kimstjean.com
website: www.kimstjean.com
WEDNESDAY
NOVEMBER 5, 2014
9:00 am until 4:00 pm
BARBARA LEWIS
POP ROCKS
$145 one-day class
The name of this piece is only the beginning of a day of fun and discovery!  You’ll start by learning the immersion process of torch-fired enameling.  It’s fast, safe, fun and patented! We’ll forge our pendant from scrap copper, distress it, enamel it in a combination of opaque, transparent and coarse enamels.  Next we’ll form the copper jump rings from 12-gauge copper.  You’ll use the Jump Ring Jig, a nifty tool that will allow you to cut jump rings without fear of cutting yourself!  Always a good thing! After soldering the jump rings, I’ll share how to enamel brass for glorious transparent color!  “Pop Rocks” is a great workshop that covers some very useful skill areas.
All students will be emailed a comprehensive 6-page Painting with Fire tutorial prior to the workshop. Following the workshop, you’ll find technical support at www.paintingwithfire.ning.com where you’ll meet friendly members excited about torch firing. Why don’t you join us at the “ning” while you await the workshop!
KIT FEE - $40.00 – payable to instructor at class time
Instructor provides all materials for the necklace, including enamels and enameling equipment
I WILL HAVE THE FOLLOWING FOR USE IN CLASS  
saw blades
solder
flux
jump ring jig 
STUDENT SUPPLY LIST
Students should bring sunglasses (if your eyes are light sensitive) 
two chain nose pliers
one round nose pliers
wire cutters
chasing hammer
steel bench block
rubber bench block
hole punch
jeweler’s saw
butane torch
long needle nose pliers (hardware store kind)
portable jeweler’s vise (jaws need to open 2-inches)
CONTACT ME
WEDNESDAY
NOVEMBER 5, 2014
9:00 am until 4:00 pm
LORRI SCOTT
Botanical and Rust Dye Printed Scarf
$145 one-day class
I took my inspiration from India Flint’s book titled “Eco Colour” about her journey using plants as dyes to print and color fabric.
I modified this process so it can be done in a day.  Fabric pieces are laid on the table, littered with fallen leaves, bygone rose petals, neglected rusty relics of iron and copper, perhaps sprinkled with tea or marigolds.  Bundles of nature are wrapped, bound, and steamed causing the natural dye properties to leach into the fabric and create prints and color.
We will experiment with a variety of flora (i.e eucalyptus, roses) using different mordants (i.e. tannin, iron, copper) and different types of silk and cottons (i.e habotai, chiffon), to print color onto fabrics.  After experimenting on smaller pieces of fabrics you will then dye a scarf length of silk noil fabric to create a scarf.  The scarf edges can be hemmed by hand or machine and other elements of adornment attached i.e. vintage lace, buttons, beads, etc.
You must be prepared to smell the heady aroma of eucalyptus steaming and be open to the surprise transformation of the dye process.  You can’t plan what will happen but that’s part of why this process is so intriguing to me, that and the fact it’s all natural, available, and easy.  Next time you’re walking down that country road you’ll have a flower press in hand to collect nature’s bounty to use in this technique. 
KIT FEE - $25 – payable to instructor at class time and includes:
all fabrics and scarf blank
I WILL HAVE THE FOLLOWING FOR USE IN CLASS
steamers
botanicals
rusted items
STUDENT SUPPLY LIST
Protective gloves and aprons if you want other than the disposable ones I will provide
Scissors
Embellishments you might want to add i.e. buttons, beads, lace, etc. to scarf
Needles and embroidery thread
OPTIONAL
any botanicals you might have i.e. flower petals, leaves, onion skins, etc.
CONTACT ME
WEDNESDAY
NOVEMBER 5, 2014
9:00 am until 4:00 pm
KIM ST. JEAN
EARRINGS FOR EACH DAY
$145 one-day class
Utilize soldering, cold connections, wire wrapping and other skills to create as many as 7 pairs of earrings, each with sterling silver ear wires. 
KIT FEE - $25 – payable to instructor at class time and includes:
handout
copper sheet
brass sheet
nickel sheet
sterling wire
copper wire
copper tubing
rivets
eyelets
I WILL HAVE THE FOLLOWING FOR USE IN CLASS 
solder board
copper solder
brazing rods
torch and fuel
saw frames
pliers
hammers
anvils
vises
protective work surface
metal shears
buffer and grinder
files
tube cutting jig
texturing tools
specialty pliers
Dremel tools
Hole punch 
pliers
disc cutter
quench bowls
STUDENT SUPPLY LIST
nothing, Kim provides everything!!!
CONTACT ME
THURSDAY
NOVEMBER 6, 2014
9:00 am until 4:00 pm
BARBARA LEWIS
PWF TEACHER CERTIFICATION WORKSHOP
$145 one-day class
On June 25, 2013, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office granted the bead pulling station, and the immersion process of enameling associated with it, a Utility Patent (#8,470,399).  As a result, Painting with Fire Studio has embarked on the Teacher Certification and Licensing Program to help fill the demand for Painting with Fire Workshops. We simply cannot keep up with the requests for workshops. Rather than to decline these opportunities, we want to refer them to you. 
The Certification Program is a two-day process, which can be fulfilled by taking either the Shield of Faith Workshop OR the Pop Rocks Workshop AND the Painting with Fire Teacher Certification Class.
In this workshop, you’ll learn how to work with P-1 overglaze enamel; learn what brass is suitable for enameling, why, and how to get gorgeous transparent color; how to fire ceramic decals onto enamel pendants; how to work with liquid enamels.  We’ll also cover the business aspects of teaching, including what to look for in a teaching facility, how to structure your class, safety and troubleshooting issues, liability, etc.
At the end of the day, if you decide that you want to teach, payment of a $250 Licensing Fee completes the licensing process.  You’ll immediately begin to enjoy a 20% discount on enameling supplies, promotion of your workshops on our website, technical support from PWF Staff, expedited treatment of orders and much more.  You’ll quickly experience your return on investment through teaching fees and enamel sales.
For more information about the Certification Program, please email pwfstudio@me.com  
THURSDAY
NOVEMBER 6, 2014
9:00 am until 4:00 pm
Lorri Scott
reconstructed, Upcycled and Wearable!
$145 one-day class
I am so excited to have come up with simple and easy ways of reconstructing button down shirts that anyone interested in clothing design can accomplish!  Really!
Each designer will take 3-5 shirts and reconstruct them into a fun and arty new one.  Basic sewing skills are helpful but not necessary (if not experienced be prepared to learn basic sewing machine operation or you can hand stitch). I will show various samples and designs of how to recreate your garment. Pattern ideas and information will be given to each student about how to cut your shirt so it becomes a style that fits and flatters each individual.   This is an exercise to give you freedom to cut existing garments and confidence that you can reconstruct unloved clothing.
Once the basic shirt is completed it will be a wearable garment but it can be further embellished by adding pockets, lace, doilies, buttons, embroidery, whatever you envision.  I will give each student individual time and help with designing and give ideas for embellishments
KIT FEE - optional fee if you need extra items - Many shirts to choose from if needed at $4 per shirt (my cost). Optional embellishment kits which will include lace, buttons, etc. for a small fee. Some free things available too! – payable to instructor at class time and includes: 
I WILL HAVE THE FOLLOWING FOR USE IN CLASS 
sewing machine to share
ironing station
garment racks 
hangers.
STUDENT SUPPLY LIST
Scissors
Tape measure
Straight pins and pincushion
Dritz disappearing ink marker
15-18” straight edge ruler, a strip of poster board works or a yard stick.
Sewing needles and thread if hand stitching
Sewing machine
3-5 button down shirts - One that fits you (or person who will wear shirt) as the base shirt, can be sleeveless, short sleeved, etc. but needs to button up the front.  Other shirts to coordinate with base shirt need to be button down shirts, they can be men’s.  You can find decent shirts to upcycle at thrift stores or yard sales. Think about shirt weight and how it will drape as a skirt. I prefer to use natural fibers. We will cut the coordinating shirts to use parts of to add onto the base shirt so don’t have the shirt fabrics too heavy for the base shirt, i.e. you wouldn’t want to add denim to a silk top.
OPTIONAL
buttons
laces
trims
flounces
doilies
embroidery thread and needles
any embellishments you might want to add to your finished shirt
CONTACT ME
THURSDAY
NOVEMBER 6, 2014
9:00 am until 4:00 pm
KIM ST. JEAN
SPIDER SET PENDANT
$145 one-day class
If you've ever wondered how to set that odd shaped stone, or fossil, then this is the class for you. We will utilize cold connections, prong brazing, and wire wrapping to make this pendant with a unique stone setting. Additional skills covered include sawing negative space, tube making, multi-layered riveting, large wire collar forming, texture, and patina. 
KIT FEE - $35 – payable to instructor at class time and includes:
Cabochon
Copper, nickel, and brass sheet
copper and brass wire
copper tubing
riveting materials
copper solder and/or brazing rods
use of tools
all consumables
handout
I WILL HAVE THE FOLLOWING FOR USE IN CLASS 
solder board
copper solder
brazing rods
torch and fuel
saw frames
pliers
hammers
anvils
vises
protective work surface
metal shears
buffer and grinder
files
tube cutting jig
texturing tools
specialty pliers
Dremel tools
quench bowls
STUDENT SUPPLY LIST
None, Kim will provide all tools and supplies!
OPTIONAL
stone or cabochon if desired
upgrade to sterling silver at class time for a fee based on market
CONTACT ME

FRIDAY
November 7, 2014
9:00 am until 4:00 pm
JEN CROSSLEY

WARM-HEARTED PENDANT
$145 one-day class
This unique pendant will be a future family heirloom for sure. Jen will take you through the steps of designing a pendant, including cold-connections, patinas, and hand-sawing.
KIT FEE - $40 - payable to instructor at class time and includes:
MOP frames
Tin photo if required
Paper - frame

Metal assortment - frame, etc

Chain
Findings
Paper
Mica
Nails
Mini screws
Patinas
Sandpaper
STUDENT SUPPLY LIST

Rivet or a ball peen hammer

Tin snips non serrated (www.amarkintime.com)

Cutting Mat

Scissors

Ruler

Pencil
permant marker

Rawhide hammer or a small rubber mallet(www.amarkintime.com)

Mill bastard file non chequer
Home Depot
Bench pin

Scrap of wood to drill into

Bench block

Jewelry pliers - round nose
Hand drill and 1/16th drill bit

Flat nose pliers

OPTIONAL
Photo of a relative about 1 inch big if you don’t like Jen’s bought relatives she supplies if you require one.

Apron

1.80 Metal hole punch (http://www.amarkintime.com) (I will have these in class for purchase)

Some piece you would like to put on the back of your pendant:eg Key about 2 inches big.

Beads to add to chain 
CONTACT ME
FRIDAY
NOVEMBER 7, 2014
9:00 am until 4:00 pm
STEPHANIE RUBIANO
TINY TIN HOUSE
$145 one-day class
Do you have a stack of tintypes taking up space in your studio?  Here is your chance to learn some metal alteration techniques to turn these tintypes into the wonderful walls of a tiny tin house!  We will alter the surfaces of the tintypes by scratching, drawing and collaging.  Next, we will rivet or bolt  tiny metal accessories onto the panels so each character stands out!  We will finish the project by drilling holes along the sides, setting tiny eyelets and “sewing” up the sides with thin gauge wire.  Voila!  The beginning of your own tiny town!  Students will complete one, perhaps two houses in class.
KIT FEE - $15 – payable to instructor at class time and includes:
Tintypes (but you can bring some of your own!)
Miniature nuts and bolts
Socket wrench           
Drill bit
Wire
1/16” eyelets
I WILL HAVE THE FOLLOWING FOR USE IN CLASS
Adhesives
Fiskar’s hand drill
Bench pins
Bench blocks
Clamps
Rawhide mallet
Flush cutters
Ball peen hammer
Hammer
Extra collage material
Paintbrushes
White pens
Acrylic paints
Metal scribe
STUDENT SUPPLY LIST
I will have some tools for you to use, but if you bring your own, you won’t have to wait
Hand drill (I recommend the Fiskar’s version)
Small ball peen hammer (www.riogrande.com  item# 112-205)
Bench pin (www.riogrande.com item # 110-010)
Eyelet setter for 1/16” eyelets
Bench block (www.volcanoarts.com-metal top with wood base)
Fiskar’s Microtip Softtouch Scissors (www.fiskars.com -look under “craft scissors”)
Rawhide/nylon mallet
Thin gauge metal from candy and cookie tins,etc.
Metal scribe
CONTACT ME
www.stephanierubiano.com
FRIDAY
NOVEMBER 7, 2014
9:00 am until 4:00 pm
RICHARD SALLEY
JESSICA JORDAN
THE ALL NEW
3-RING CIRCUS
$435 three-day class
Richard Salley and Jessica Jordan team up to bring you an intensive 3-day workshop that focuses entirely on the process of ring making. In this series of workshops we will be presenting how to make 3 rings, 3 different ways in 3 days. Whether this will be your first foray into ring making or you want to expand your ring making knowledge, you will leave the workshop with newly acquired skills that will launch you into a new level of jewelry making.
Day 1
The Hollow Donut Ring – Begin your Circus experience with a basic design that is determined to get you geared up and primed for the other types of rings you will learn to

make. Although simple in concept, the Hollow Donut Ring has unlimited design possibilities...mix metal, add stones, create patterns and textures to name a few options. On Day 1 you will learn how to properly size a ring for any given gauge of metal, how to resize a ring once it has been made, and how to finish your piece in a polished, professional way. 
Day 2
The Prong-Set Ring – Continue your Circus experience on Day 2 by creating a sterling silver prong-set ring. Not every stone fits nicely into a conventional bezel and a prong setting
offers options that usual bezels can't offer. We will also discuss various ring shank possibilities. Learning both how to create a prong setting and securely set a stone are two skills that can easily be applied to an infinite number of ring design possibilities. A valuable addition to your jewelry-making arsenal! 
Day 3
The Stone-On-Stone Ring – The grand finale! End your circus stint by stacking stones! Learn another way to add interest and intrigue to your rings. Everyone will want to know how you manage to secure one stone on top of another. On Day 3 the mystery will be revealed and you will acquire a skill that will blow the lid off the design possibility big top! From here, the sky is the limit!
KIT FEE - $80 - payable to instructor at class time and includes:
(2x)12mm x 75mm 20gauge Sterling silver for two hollow rings
10mm x 75mm 20gauge Copper
10mm x 75mm 20gauge Brass
(2x)6mm x 75mm Sterling silver for ring bands
(2x)30mm x 30mm 22gauge Sterling silver sheet
30mm x 30mm 24gauge Sterling
75mm round or flat 10g sterling wire
Fine silver bezel wire
2mm silver tubing
Turquoise cabochon approx 15-20ct
Stone for prong ring
5mm Carnelian cabochon and bezel cup
Hard, Medium and Easy Silver Solders
Silver Solder Flux
Butane fuel and Torches
Sandpaper
Polishing supplies
Pickle Solution
Patina
Handouts
Use of miscellaneous tools and machines

STUDENT SUPPLY LIST
Safety glasses
Basic Jewelry making tools - round nose pliers, flat nose pliers, wire cutters
Ring clamp
Needle File Set – round, half-round, flat, triangle, etc.
Hand Files - #4 cut half-round or half-round ring file, #2 flat or half-round
Bezel pusher, bezel roller or burnisher
Bench Pin
Bench Block or Anvil and anvil pillow to dampen sound
Jeweler’s saw and blades (size #3/0 or 4/0)
Calipers (Digital calipers are available at Harbor Freight for around $20)
Ring Mandrel
Rawhide Mallet
cross-peen hammer or goldsmithing hammer

OPTIONAL
Steel dapping block and punches
5X Loupe, Magnifying glasses or Optivisor
Bring your own sterling silver and stones if you wish to make additional rings
Small Machinist Square (2" size or larger)
Miter Cutting Vise/Jig

CONTACT US

Richard
http://rsalley.com
art@rsalley.com

Jessica
http://www.flickr.com/photos/rosyrevolver/sets/72157623315074427/
rozaphine@gmail.com

SATURDAY
November 8, 2014
9:00 am until 4:00 pm
JEN CROSSLEY

BIRDHOUSE DELIGHT
$145 one-day class
Learn how to make this unique mini-etched bird house.   In this class you will learn how to metal etch in a very simple way.  We will construct a mini bird house pendant.
KIT FEE $30  payable to instructor at class time and includes:
Ferric chloride
Brass pipe 
Brass discs
Chains
findings
Rubber gloves,
containers
Masking tape
I WILL HAVE THE FOLLOWING FOR USE IN CLASS
Rubber stamps
euro punches
doming block
drill
drill bits
STUDENT SUPPLY LIST
Fire brick essential for soldering (Delphi Glass in Lansing)
Non-lead solder (from Home Depot) Benzomatic brand - orange packet
Small paint brush for flux
butane torch from Home Depot or Harbor Freight
a refill of butane gas
tin snips (non-serrated (www.amarkintime.com)
cutting mat
scissors
ruler
Sharpie fine-tipped
rubber mallet or a stain glass hammer (only if you have one!)
file with lines running the same way not-crossed (Home Depot or Lowes)
scrap of wood to drill into
bench block
Stazon black inkpad
rubber stamps for design (Jen will bring some stamps to share)
jewelry pliers (round nose and flat nose)
masking tape (wide)
apron
cordless drill and 1/8th drill bit

doming block, but only if you have one!
CONTACT ME

SATURDAY
NOVEMBER 8, 2014
9:00 am until 4:00 pm
STEPHANIE RUBIANO
ENVIABLE ENCAUSTIC PANELS
$145 one-day class
Spend the day in a fun and experimental workshop where you will learn how to work with encaustic medium as a wonderful surface treatment over images and artwork.  Basic information about encaustic medium will be covered, then will proceed through finishing surfaces, inscribing, back-filling and inclusions, among other things.  We will also discuss and play with cutting and drilling metal to add extra “oomph” to your panels.  Discover how you can use this incredibly versatile medium to take your artwork to a new level!!  
KIT FEE - $15 - payable to instructor at class time and includes:
Two panels (4x4 and 6x6)
Pre-printed images on tissue
Drill bit           
Miniature brads
I WILL HAVE THE FOLLOWING FOR USE IN CLASS
Encaustic medium
Brushes
Extra trims and treasures
Acrylic paint
Colored pencils
Oil paint sticks
Heat guns
Extra tools
STUDENT SUPPLY LIST
Pencil           
Awl or needle tool           
Scissors                       
Favorite trims
Metal and glass baubles           
Favorite light-weight papers
OPTIONAL
Thin gauge metal from candy, tobacco, cookie tins
Tin shears (Fiskars Microtip Soft Touch scissors work well)
CONTACT ME
www.stephanierubiano.com
SUNDAY
November 9, 2014
9:00 am until 4:00 pm
JEN CROSSLEY

GIRL IN THE MIRROR 
METAL ETCHED BOOK
$145 one-day class
Come along and learn the addictive technique of Metal Etching.
Discover how to make this vintage looking metal etched book.
Learn how to make the Lady in the mother-of-pearl frame using a mirror technique. In this class you will learn metal etching, how to use patinas and jewelry cold connection techniques. Also Jen will teach you the Coptic stitch to bind it all together. 
KIT FEE $40  payable to instructor at class time and includes:
Ferric chloride
Brass sheet
wax linen thread
Chain
rubber gloves
containers 
masking tape
I WILL HAVE THE FOLLOWING FOR USE IN CLASS
Limited tools
Rubber Stamps
STUDENT SUPPLY LIST
Tin snips non serrated (www.amarkintime.com)
Cutting Mat
Scissors
Ruler
Sharpie fine liner
Rawhide hammer or a rubber mallet(www.amarkintime.com)
Awl
File non chequer- Can be found @ Home Depot
Bench pin
Scrap of wood to drill into.
Bench block
StazOn Inkpad, Black
Jewerly pliers, round nose.
Flat nose pliers
Assorted Mixed Media goodies to put on your book spine, ie. Buttons, Coins, Subway tokens, Watch Faces, etc.
Old Photo
Apron/rubber gloves
Eyelets setter for 18th eyelet
Paper for book water color, plain whatever you like A$ size pad
Crop-a-dile only if you have one
SUNDAY
NOVEMBER 9, 2014
9:00 am until 4:00 pm
STEPHANIE RUBIANO
TREASURE COLLECTOR DOLL
$145 one-day class
Have you been craving a way to display your tiny treasures collected over the years?  Well here is your chance to create an art doll that can do just that!  A collaged plastic body provides the perfect foil for a skirt made from copper mesh.  You will learn a variety of cold connections (eyelets, nuts and bolts, wire-working, etc.) for attaching your treasures to the skirt.  You will also learn how to manipulate the mesh to create wonderful additions to your doll’s outfit.  Further, we will discuss how to combine some of your treasures into new, artistic pieces!
KIT FEE - $10 - payable to instructor at class time and includes:
Copper mesh
Variety of eyelets & decorative brads
Extra metal bits and bobs
Copper wire
Plastic Doll Body
Collage papers
I WILL HAVE THE FOLLOWING FOR USE IN CLASS          
Adhesives
Fiskar’s hand drill
Bench pins
Bench blocks
Clamps
Rawhide mallet
Flush cutters
Ball peen hammer
Hammer
Alphabet metal stamps
Liver of Sulfur
STUDENT SUPPLY LIST
Favorite tiny treasures!           
Small ball peen hammer (www.riogrande.com  item# 112-205)
Eyelet setter for 1/8” eyelets
Bench block (www.volcanoarts.com-metal top with wood base)
Fiskar’s Microtip Softtouch Scissors (www.fiskars.com -look under “craft scissors”)
Rawhide/nylon mallet
Thin gauge metal from candy and cookie tins,etc.
Chain nose pliers           
Round nose pliers
Flush cutters
Awl
Self-healing mat
Japanese hole punch is helpful if you have one, but not necessary
CONTACT ME

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