One Day Beginners’ Jewellery Making Course With Lunch for £39 at Harlequin Design (61% Off)
- Bespoke jewellery designer
- Range of tuition available
- All materials and tools provided
- Crystal beads, Miyuki beads, Lucite and faux pearls
- Learn to make and take home Daytime and evening earrings and a necklace and earring set
- All pieces can be taken home
- Buffet lunch included
- Monday or Saturday classes
- Manor house location on Sat
Booking required. Bookings can only be rescheduled if alternative dates are available. Must be 16 or older. Valid for classes on 5 March, 19 March and 2 April 2012 at St Peters Pavilion, WN2 3DN; and 14 April, 28 April, and 12 May 2012 at The Tea Room, M29 7TX. Mobility limitations should be stated when booking. Special food requirements e.g. vegetarian should be stated when booking.
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Used for decorating wrists and décolletages, jewellery can also be used for attracting magpies for feathery parties. Find a keeper with today’s Groupon:
£39 for a one day beginners jewellery course from Harlequin Design.
Pursuing her passion for all things sparkly, Lynda Harrison creates bespoke pieces of jewellery for style-concious customers, and offers tuition to help others master the sparkly art. Lynda's impressive collection of pieces encompasses everything from delicate concoctions of turquoise and Swarovski beads, to chunky leopard print designs and burlesque beaded chokers. Unique bridal jewellery can be made to order, and gift box services provide a pearly encasement for bejewelled gifts.
All the necessary tools and materials are provided for creating pieces, with crystal, Miyuki, Lucite, and faux pearl beads ready to be threaded. Students will be tutored on the creation of a pair of daytime earrings, a pair of crystal evening earrings, and a necklace and earring set, all of which can be taken home. There will also be an introduction to different types of jewellery findings, all made in silver or plated with gold. Saturday or Monday classes are available, with Saturday classes taking place in the tea room of Astley’s elegant Damhouse: a listed building with scenic views over the gardens and duck pond. Monday sessions get sparkling in St Peters Pavilion and, in both venues, a buffet lunch is hosted for hardworking jewellery students.
St Peters Pavilion, Walter Hurst Room, Hurst Street, Wigan, WN2 3DN
(10am-4pm 5 March, 19 March, and 2 April 2012)
The Tea Room, Damhouse, Astley Hall Drive, Astley, Manchester, M29 7TX
(10am-4pm 14 April, 28 April, and 12 May 2012)