Tuesday, January 17, 2012

A Giveaway and New Classes at The Prairie

 "Crystal Confetti"
I'd like to invite you to hop over to The Art Retreat at The Prairie
where you'll see that Barb has added the classes we will be offering for the jewelry retreat this April.
It is there you will read the full class description for one of my newest classes called
In this class I will share my creative process for adding some of my favorite components together to design a one of a kind necklace.
I often will begin my designs using a perfectly chosen vintage rhinestone ear bob, 
and that is exactly what we will do in this class.
We will then be adding what I call confetti to design a necklace that you will love to wear.
This is also a new class of mine, and will be my first time to teach a two day class.
Two days will allow you to have much more time to explore and perfect this technique, allowing you to finally take home a completed piece or two, 
or maybe more.
I do hope you can join me for one of these two classes.
But wait...there's more ;)
Barb is having a GIVEAWAY that you won't want to miss!  You can hop over to
Vivi Magoo,
to see all the details on the classes, or you can just hit the link here to get the scoop on the GIVEAWAY!
All this to celebrate as she opens registration to the premier art event of the year
Art Retreat at The Prairie
P.S.....Be sure and follow along at Vivi Magoo Presents,
as it is THERE where ALL the news for upcoming retreats will begin......


Daryl said...

love those long stamped earrings ..

Barbara Lewis said...

Very super cool projects! I wish I were closer!

Chris said...

Looks so fun Diane!~ You are so busy & super creatively successful, Miss Artiste! I can't wait to see what your students come up with. Please share!

brandi said...

~these are beautiful my friend...lucky are the ones who will be attending the class of yours...i wish you well on this two day adventure...much love light and blessings be with you~

robin dudley-howes said...

These are gorgeous Diane. You do such beautiful work. The retreat looks fabulous. Have fun!