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Best Seller: More than 1,000 sold last time! What you wear out of the house is often a work of art, so let Illinois artisan Rose Jarecki guide you through the process of making some eclectic jewelry with this hands-on class: • $19 ($49 value) for a two-hour lariat necklace-making class • Includes materials and a finished creation to wear home • Family-friendly Curtiss Street spot is geared toward artists of all ages "The owners are so nice, helpful, and enthusiastic. It is a real art studio, but not pretentious or intimidating -- everyone is very down to earth and friendly. It was great fun and our project turned out so well!" - LivingSocial Member Your Favorite New Piece of Jewelry A lariat necklace is a beaded necklace made on a chain, leather cord, or ribbon. It offers a lot of opportunity for creativity and personality, because there are so many different colors, shapes, and types of beads to add to your necklace. This statement piece is super versatile, so you could wear it with something casual or as an accessory to a dressy outfit. Gallery's Choice's Website | Facebook
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Giving the gift of jewelry is a great way to say, I love you, I'm sorry, and I didn't know you couldn't give a baby coffee. Speak through sparkles with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $18 for a two-hour fused-glass-pendant-making class for one (a $36 value) $34 for a two-hour fused-glass-pendant-making class for two (a $72 value) Students ages 8 and older build multi-layer, fused-glass pendants during workshops led by artisan Rose Jarecki. Classes cover the fundamentals of glass fusing, as well as the art of cutting glass to fit a design. After the class, the pendants are all ...
As much enjoyment as you can get out of looking at art, creating it is much more rewarding... and more fun. That’s why the owners of Gallery's Choice view art as a hands-on experience.Don’t bother paying extra for someone else’s creations. Instead, craft your own jewelry in a two-hour glass pendant-making class. You’ll be taught by a local artist who will guide you from the conceptualization, design, and creation stages. You’ll finish with your very own glass pendant, which will then be placed in the Gallery’s Choice kiln for 24-hours to harden.The teachers have enough experience for the both of you. All you’ll need to bring is plenty of enthusiasm and a willingness to set fire to your artistic side.