Jewellery Repair Techniques
Time & Location
About the Workshop
In this online discussion, our seasoned Artisan, Laurie Poirier, wants to help guide you to fixing some of those broken or damaged jewellery items you need help with.
What you need to provide: Please share photos of the jewellery with Scott from Boomerang at email@example.com by May 10th at 2:00 PM. He will share them with Laurie to review and analyze.
This discussion will include:
- Time to socialize with a group of Boomerang Members online
- Laurie will set up to the best of her ability a sample of the jewellery you have provided photos of. She will provide instructions on how you could potentially fix the piece on your own.
There are no tools or materials included with this workshop. Laurie is an expert and has worked with various different types of jewellery. She is looking to share her knowledge and expertise with you.
About our Host:
Laurie is a Toronto Artisan who has been crafting in various forms since childhood. As an adult, she began teaching paper crafting and through that found her passion for teaching jewellery to all ages.
Laurie has taught children in schools to seniors in Church groups. Her classes range from Jewellery 101 to more advanced Chainmaille and Wire working.
Laurie has been selling at craft shows for the past ten years and teaching for the past eight years at Michael's, John Bead Outlet, Gem Expo, Craftandian, Toronto Public Libraries, Home Parties and her own private home studio.
Accessibility Level: Easy. This workshop can be accessed online through our Boomerang at Home online feature. This is a video conference experience that can be accessed via Mobile, iPad, and Computer devices. Your device must have a microphone and/or camera to participate.
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