Bespoke classes and workshops for groups with jewellery artist, Sam Rowena Taylor
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creativity and personalised jewellery
bebeady aims to inspire your creativity
At each class there are many design examples to choose from, you can replicate the design with similar beads or add your own creativity to it.
enjoy making and creating
become engrossed and de-stress
You’ll find you switch off and relax as you learn new skills and make your own customised jewellery.
developing skills and designs
the workshops are structured to help you work at your own pace
you are helped to develop your skills and designs with many short demo’s, guidance / assistance and a choice of easier and more difficult design options. Go home with a few or many pieces of your own personalised jewellery.
all the workshops now include basic materials, there is a choice of new and recycled materials to use during the workshop and there’s a small selection of extra beads that you can purchase to take home. You can also bring extra beads to the workshop if you would like to incorporate these into your pieces.
anyone can make jewellery
The 1-day classes are ideal for both adults and teenagers, I find the 2-hour tasters are better if you want younger children to take part as part of a family/friends group.
bespoke midweek classes
for family groups, friends, work colleagues etc
You can book your own group class or workshop with me from mid February to April and mid September to mid November when some midweek dates (and the odd weekend) are available for 1-day classes and 2hr taster workshops. These are run at my studio and can be specifically tailored for all age groups (taster workshops are also ideal for family groups with children 8 years+)
manual dexterity and glasses
what you need
Reasonable manual dexterity is required, as your hands are your main tools and don’t forget to bring your glasses if you need them for doing close work.