Teaching others how to make jewelry is a lot of fun and a very rewarding experience. I’ve had many students who were certain they have no artistic skills, but were pleasantly surprised by what they were able to make. I’ve also had cases where the students put their own twist on the design, whether intentionally or by mistake, and make it a truly unique piece. I also learn something new during every jewelry class, which is an added bonus.
I spent a recent Friday morning at the best place to buy isotretinoin online uk teaching a group of teachers how to make beaded copper bracelets. Not surprisingly, they were all good students. Many were unable to finish their pieces, since we were only allocated an hour for this activity. A few not only finished making their bracelets, they also impressed me with their results. Take a look at these two beautiful bracelets:
Amongst all of the students, there was one man who also participated in the jewelry class. While working with him, I learned that he has a lot of interests, including woodworking and fixing up cars. He took the time to make a bracelet, as well as a pair of earrings for his wife, a gift she will be receiving on Mother’s Day. I am sure she will be thrilled when opens the box!
I’ve always enjoyed making things. Being able to share my skills and knowledge with others is exciting. Since handmade jewelry can carry such sentiment, the experience becomes even more special than it otherwise would be if I were to teach some other craft. I want to send a “thank you” out to Beth, for giving me the opportunity to hold this jewelry class.
On a separate note, this Friday evening kicks off an exciting event for me. Susan Carmen-Duffy, a very talented artist and owner of buy isotretinoin online with mastercard, will be hosting an exhibit of my work in her studio at The Hungerford! The exhibit will run through May 24th and Susan will donate a portion of the proceeds to Gilda’s Club.
I hope all of you teachers enjoyed Teachers Day!