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Jewelry Making With I Spy DIY

Learn how to spot trends and create them on our own, in your personal style and for your budget - that’s the skill behind DIY. Leave this class with an on-trend, ready-to-wear necklace of your own creation! I started I Spy DIY after working at InStyle Magazine in NYC for over 5 years. Spending that much time with some of the most beautiful fashion I’d ever seen, I taught myself how to turn trends I loved intro p...

Cost: $8 - $20 Per Month

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Learn how to spot trends and create them on our own, in your personal style and for your budget - that’s the skill behind DIY. Leave this class with an on-trend, ready-to-wear necklace of your own creation! I started I Spy DIY after working at InStyle Magazine in NYC for over 5 years. Spending that much time with some of the most beautiful fashion I’d ever seen, I taught myself how to turn trends I loved intro projects I could afford. Since then, my work has been featured in Elle, Lucky and CNN. My first book - I Spy DIY Style - was released this past April and I’m now writing a monthly DIY column for InStyle. I learned how to DIY by turning trends into projects which is why I’m excited to help you do the same. In this class we’ll cover jewelry-making: start with a bracelet and work your way up to a multi-layer necklace. Here are the supplies you'll need and some stores where you can purchase them: Supplies 1 yard 10mm silver chain 1 yard 12mm silver chain 1 ft rhinestone chain Howlite beads (turquoise or any color) (24 units) Nylon Thread (one or two colors) 15 Jump rings 2 Lobster Clasp Jewelry Monofilament clear cord .25mm Jewelry Pliers 1 ft Faux Suede Cord 3mm 1 Yard thin black ribbon Stores Michaels.com MJTrim.com HobbyLobby.com Amazon.com

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  • Days of the Week: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
  • Size: One-on-One
  • Instructor: Jenni Radosevich
  • Cost: $8 - $20 Per Month
  • Institution: Skillshare

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