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Jewelry Making Camp

Design and create your own jewelry and accessories while sharing your ideas and making new friends.
ARI Learning by Carly Filewich Inclusive & Social!
502 total reviews for this teacher
Completed by 2 learners
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year olds
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Charged upfront
$27 per class
Meets 3x per week
Over 1 week
50 minutes per class

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Class Experience

My crafting habit roots back to my early years sitting with Mom and Oma (who were usually knitting, but sometimes embroidering, while talking and listening to the tv) while being included... or appeased with a ''craft''. It might have been a string of beads, or yarn and plastic needle. My passion grew and continues to grow. I have lots of ideas to share and work with many mediums. I got excited about  making jewelry in middle school. Eventually I was making so much of it that I couldn't wear or give it all away. In high school I began selling jewelry on commission at locally owned stores. My experience with my small business won me a $5000 scholarship toward my first year of university.
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Materials are SUGGESTED. Each project will be different and will require unique materials. Please message Carly with any questions. -Jewelry findings (visual guide accessible upon enrollment) such as clasps, crimps, head pins, jump rings, earring hooks, and eye pins. -Cord for making necklaces and bracelets. Tiger tail wire is my favourite, but fishing line or stretchy beading cord will also work. -Beads - size and colour is up to you! -Old jewelry (for taking apart) -- thrift store treasures are often cheaper than buying at craft stores! -Interesting fabric/lace/ ribbons (optional) -Copper wire (optional) -Scissors -Pliers (IMPORTANT for crimping!) Needle nose are good. If you have round pliers they are GREAT for wire work. -crochet hook (optional) -Anything else? Get creative! Share your ideas in the classroom page :)
2 hours 30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 4+ hours per week outside of class.
Hands on activities and on-camera learning can be a tricky match.  It is sometimes helpful to have an adult close by to help (especially with crimping - hand strength is required!).  

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ARI Learning by Carly Filewich Inclusive & Social!
Lives in Canada
We know that friendship and connection are the reasons that self-directed learners come to Outschool, so we make our classes fun! We keep social emotional learning and wellness at the core of all our life skills classes.
502 total reviews
579 completed classes

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