The Shrine Class
September 22nd ~ October 27th 2020
Cost $245 includes wooden shrine
Shrine measures 7" tall, 4"wide, 2" deep, 3" lip on bottom
Come explore with me on a five week journey into the art of Bead Embroidery. We will be making components that will adorn a shrine that will honor whatever it is you wish. The first unit materiel will be available on my website Sept 21st. Each week a new unit will be available, with new video, and materiel.
In this five week course you will learn how to assemble, paint, and adorn your shrine. You will be required to collect the items you wish to use, such as pictures, miniatures, crystals, stone or other items that will be incorporated into your shrine.
I have 4 wood shrine designs to choose from. These will be available once the class registration is over, or class is full, August 22nd. I will than send them to you as part of the class fee.
You will learn to glue cabochons and use basic bead embroidery stitches to adorn your box. We will also explore bead looming, in case you want to hang some loom work from your shrine. Using epoxy clay will also be covered in the class.
We will have five zoom meeting, scheduled once a week. The first zoom meeting begins Sept 22nd at 10:00 am MST. This is not a zoom class, I will be talking about the process of the unit we are covering that week, with tips and advice. You don't have to be present for the meeting, I will record them and sent a link, so you can view them when you have time.
I will also be setting up a private FaceBook page, where we can all share, and I can answer any questions that might arise.
Every week I will have a private link to the modules, each one with written materiel, videos, and photos. The materiel will be up for 8 weeks once the classes finish, so you can look back over the materiel, or take the class at your own pace.
The price of the class is $245, this includes the wooden shrine and shipment, If you live outside the USA you might have to pay for additional shipping cost.
I look forward to our time together, please feel free to email me if you have any questions.