February 28, 2010

Wire Masters Weekend...

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February 26, 2010


Save the Date!

Mark your calendars now to join us October 28-31 at the premier wire jewelry-making event of 2010: Weekend with the Wire Masters. This is your once-in-a lifetime opportunity to learn from 10 of the nation’s top Wire Jewelry Designers & Instructors. Immerse yourself in unique workshops, exciting special events and a relaxing setting.


Our Wire Masters will offer the best workshops, share with you the latest techniques and help you to design and create those perfect pieces. If you enjoy the art of jewelry-making, plan now to join us at the most artistic and inspirational event of 2010.

Online registration opens April 13, 2010.


A full schedule for Weekend with the Wire Masters is coming soon.


Meet Our Master Instructors

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Janice Berkebile
Lisa Claxton
Connie Fox
Mary Hettmansperger
Susan Lenart Kazmer

Lisa Niven Kelly
Dallas Lovett
Tracy Stanley
Barb Switzer
Ronna Sarvas Weltman

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Projects by the Masters
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Learn more at www.wiremastersweekend.com







2 comments:

suzie said...

What inspires me to make jewelry is soooooo many things... Just to name a few; The creativity of designing it in my head then the challenge of my hands giving it life. Secondly, I get to be a part of peoples lives and thier creativity. I love when customers contact me with a round about idea and as we talk, the idea takes form then the look on thier faces when they see thier idea come to reality. Not lastly but closest to my heart, I recently had the opportunity to be a part of a very difficult time in someones life and helped them in a small way with thier closier process.

Thanks for letting me write this, now I gotta get to work :)

Suzie Morton
Love You Designs By: Suzie

AnaVar said...

Hi! I just found your blog, and reading older posts.. I love your work! I'm making first steps learning how to make beaded jewelry and your blog is full of information I need! Have to go through briefly!