Friday, December 6, 20191:00 PM – 3:30 PM
Tuition: $25 Materials: $15
This class will encourage students to think outside the box and combine recycled and broken jewelry, random beads, and do-dads in a pleasing way for a one-of-a-kind creation. Participants are encouraged to bring jewelry that is broken or needs a fresh look.
Cords, chain and findings will be available as well as a variety of items that can be incorporated into the designs. Necklaces can be simple or elaborate, your choice!
About the instructor: Kay Vandervort has no fear experimenting with all kinds of craft media. She has taught a variety of very fun jewelry and polymer clay classes at the Ely Folk School, and the students walk away smiling with their new creations.
Kay taught both in high school and technical college before moving to a career in not-for-profit management. She has facilitated trainings at both regional and statewide conferences on topics related to non-profit marketing, volunteer management, and volunteer recruitment and screening.
Kay retired to Ely five years ago and has become very involved in the community. She participates in American Association of University Women, works part time at the Dorothy Molter Museum, and is involved in book club, writing group, and a number of local discussion groups.