Resin Jewellery - Bangles and Rings
with Nadine Sharpe
Create beautiful and unique jewellery
In this 2 hour workshop, you'll make your own beautiful resin bangles and rings!
Guided by jewellery designer Nadine Sharpe of Own Sweet Time, you'll learn the basics of working with resin, and then create two of your own bangles, and two rings! Perfect for Christmas presents or as a little gift to yourself!
No experience is required. As Nadine says, you can do so much with resin! It is a very simple process to learn, and creating beautiful pieces of your own, completely from scratch, is easily achievable in this workshop.
It all happens over some good coffee,, and some delish muffins and pastries from Sonoma.
What you should know:
All Cultivate Folk teachers are industry experts at the top of their game. This is your chance to learn real hand-making skills from the best in the business. We keep class sizes capped at maximum 16 students - so you're guaranteed real one-on-one guidance from the class teacher.
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About Nadine SharpeNadine Sharpe is a designer, maker and teacher from Sydney’s inner west. Her brand, Own Sweet Time, has evolved to become synonymous with jewellery making and teaching in Sydney and beyond. Nadine loves to experiment with polymer clay and resin, to see what the mediums are capable of. Colour and vibrancy are continuing themes, and designs are contemporary, but don’t follow trends. Aside from the quirkiness of the designs, Nadine is known for her meticulous attention to detail, and the quality of her work. All pieces are hand finished and coated with resin, putting a polished spin on handmade. Nadine is also well known for her teaching and the sharing of her knowledge and expertise, in Sydney and beyond.
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