Beginner Fairy Garden Class - Third Degree Glass Factory
5200 DELMAR BOULEVARD
ST. LOUIS, MO 63108
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Beginner Fairy Garden Class

Bring the heat to your very own fairy garden in this flame working class.
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Create your own magical fairy garden!

Bring the heat to your very own fairy garden in this flameworking class. Join our instructor, Eileen, as she teaches the skills needed to create your fairy garden. In this flameworking class, you will learn how to create 4 different types of beads. Once you have those skills, you will create a mushroom and flower. Time pending, you may be able to make more items. Get ready to start making your magical fairy garden.

 

 

 

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Eligibility: No prior experience is needed. 13 yrs of age or older. Minors need the waiver signed by an adult before participation.

Requirements: Wear all cotton clothes and closed toe shoes. Make sure to wear your glasses if needed. All materials and equipment use is included in the cost, leftover materials remain at Third Degree.

Disclaimer: In order for the class to run, we will need a minimum of 2 students.  There are a maximum of 4 spots. No refunds after July 22nd.

 

MEET THE INSTRUCTOR

Eileen has been involved with some facet of art for as long¬†as she can remember. She has taught art and has taken¬†classes throughout her whole life but, she says, ‚Äúit seems¬†that I found my niche when I discovered glass and flameworking.‚ÄĚ

Eileen had been designing jewelry for about 10 years and¬†found herself frustrated by the lack of certain colored¬†beads. She finally told her husband she‚Äôd had enough, and¬†was going to have to make them herself, inspiring him to¬†buy her her first flameworking class at Third Degree for¬†Christmas in 2009. Eileen immediately fell in love with the¬†fire and the fun. Best of all, she adds, she could finally¬†make those beads for her jewelry that she saw in her head –¬†after plenty of practice, of course.

Eileen loves using her beads and incorporating them into¬†her designs. She likes to interpret nature with a touch of¬†whimsy. Her motto is, “That might work.”¬†Eileen continues to take Master Classes and intends to take¬†many more to hone her craft. Eileen is truly passionate for¬†her artform, and shares it with others through teaching and¬†crafting gifts for her friends and family.

Next Third Friday is Oct. 20th

Gallery is open Tues-Sat, 10a -5p
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