Last Chance! Learn to Make and Use Simple Molds for Your Jewelry Designs with Noel Yovovich
Have you ever collected old buttons, interesting tree bark, fabric swatches, or lumpy prickly shells because you loved their textures? Wouldn't you love an easy and affordable way to transfer those one-of-a-kind textures and patterns to your jewelry designs?
Well, okay then, since you asked, you got it! Join master metal clay jewelry artist Noël Yovovich in her live web seminar, Double Duty: Make and Use Simple Molds to Get the Most out of Your Metal Clay Jewelry Designs, to learn how to use polymer clay or mold-making compounds to create an endless variety of molds to use with metal clay. But that's not all–you can use molds in many other ways, including polymer clay, epoxy clay, resin, and as part of the process for creating hard molds for casting.
with Noel Yovovich
Wednesday, March 11, 2015, at 1pm ET
Imagine the possibilities–anytime you find a texture or pattern you want to use in jewelry, you can. Or if you find an interesting textural found object, you won't have to destroy the original to replicate it–you can make a mold and use that to create your metal clay and other designs. And how about all those brilliant ideas in your very own noggin? Carve your own patterns and textures in versatile, affordable, available wax or polymer clay and use them time and again (whole or in parts) to make fabulous metal clay jewelry. You'll even learn how to make a mold from your own metal jewelry designs so that you can replicate and modify it for use time and again, creating easy multiples or suites of jewelry.
Learn more and join us on March 11, 2015, at 1pm ET for Double Duty: Make and Use Simple Molds to Get the Most out of Your Metal Clay Jewelry Designs with Noël Yovovich. You'll love learning all of the ways you can create and use molds in your jewelry creations!