Learn to make a “Flippin’ Sweet” Pendant in Metal Clay with Erin Harris

$44.95

Make this “Flippin' Sweet” Metal Clay Pendant, also know as a “Thaumatrope.

Instructor: Erin L. M. Harris
Duration: 90 minutes

About this class

About this class

Make this “Flippin’ Sweet” Metal Clay Pendant, also know as a “Thaumatrope.”

Join us for a LIVE ONLINE CLASS on Sunday 11/9/14 at 12 noon ET when Ms. Erin Harris shows how you can add animated fun to your metal clay jewelry!

And what’s a “thaumatrope”? It’s a toy popular in the 19th century. Made basically from a disk with a picture on each side, when twirled quickly, the images appear to blend into one.

Watch close-up as Erin shows you all the tips and tricks you need to know to transfer art to a metal clay pendant creating your own unique little animated story:

  • A sheep jumping over the fence
  • A goldfish swimming in a bowl
  • A bird flying in its cage
  • …plus lots of other great ideas!

So much fun and endless possibilities for great little gifts.

*BONUS* There will be a Q & A part of this LIVE webinar where you will be able to ask your questions!

No experience necessary.

Bonus

Included in your purchase is a PDF filled with photos, notes, links and online resources, plus the FULL recording of the entire LIVE class.

Additional details

  • Tips and tricks for creating the best Thaumatrope
  • Transferring images to clay
  • Precise building and firing strategies
  • Sterling clay firing tips
  • 9g to 18g of metal clays
  • Basic metal clay tools
  • Kemper circle cutters, (5/8”, 1/2”, 3/8” and 1/4”)
  • Celie Fago’s circle cutters (optional)
  • 2 mm drill bit or small round file
  • Fantastix brand sponge sticks or q tips
  • Rotary tool
  • Mini fiber wheel (fine or extra fine)
  • Liver of Sulphur or Black Jax (or Patina of choice)

Description

Make this “Flippin’ Sweet” Metal Clay Pendant, also know as a “Thaumatrope.”

Join us for a LIVE ONLINE CLASS on Sunday 11/9/14 at 12 noon ET when Ms. Erin Harris shows how you can add animated fun to your metal clay jewelry!

And what’s a “thaumatrope”? It’s a toy popular in the 19th century. Made basically from a disk with a picture on each side, when twirled quickly, the images appear to blend into one.

Watch close-up as Erin shows you all the tips and tricks you need to know to transfer art to a metal clay pendant creating your own unique little animated story:

  • A sheep jumping over the fence
  • A goldfish swimming in a bowl
  • A bird flying in its cage
  • …plus lots of other great ideas!

So much fun and endless possibilities for great little gifts.

*BONUS* There will be a Q & A part of this LIVE webinar where you will be able to ask your questions!

No experience necessary.

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