Jewellery Course - 3
Days 10am - 5pm * £290.00
Thinking of starting you very own fingerprint jewellery making business, then this could be the course for you.
Day 1 - FingerPrint
Jewellery 1 - suitable for beginners, who want to learn how to create fingerprint
You will learn the basics of using silver clay, together with how to create the fingerprint, including creating a fingerprint mould, adding text or kisses and creating a high polish finish. You also learn how to torch fire.
Workshop notes are included and well as covering the basics of setting up a business, including information on hallmarking, insurance and promotion.
/ Keepsake Jewellery - this workshop follows on from the fingerprint workshop.
Includes setting a faceted stone, how to reduce the handprint, use of inkless wipes, creating the stamp, making your handprint jewellery, including how to create a pandora style charm.
FingerPrint Jewellery 2 - this workshop follows on from the handprint workshop.
Includes making at least one set of fingerprint cufflinks, soldering a jump ring, attaching a pair of cufflink backs with solder and how to patina your fingerprints.
(On completion of all three workshops you will received a PMC Designs certificate of achievement).
includes both the clay and the accessories needed - jump rings, a set of sterling
silver cufflink backs and cz stone.
You will be provided with up to 48g of clay over the 3 days - plenty to make all the items.
50% deposit secures your place.
three days do not have to be booked consecutively but dates must be confirmed
on initial booking)
(please note: To obtain this price you must book dates for all 3 workshops on initial booking and that if you fail to take the workshops on the dates you have booked then you will be charged the full price at £105.00 per workshop- as though taken as individual workshops)
For payment details please see 'booking details' page
ALL PMC WORKSHOPS INCLUDE THE PRECIOUS METAL CLAY REQUIRED FOR MAKING
AND USE OF ALL TOOLS & EQUIPMENT.
All our pmc/silver clay workshops include the finishing aspects of making jewellery - to show you the techniques to enable you to create a more professional finish to your item, rather than spending time on the quantity of items produced.