Beautiful Mother’s Day Gift & Activity. Necklace with Bracelet

 Learn and master the specific technique using the appropriate tools and materials while creating the unique beaded set.

Day: Sunday, May 8, 2016

Time: 4:30pm-6:30pm 

Where:  Bayview location (Yellow room)

10830 Bayview Ave., Unit 202.  Richmond Hill, ON L4S 1M1

Instructor: Yvette Daou-Yacoub

Workshop Fee:  (Registration is required)

  • Single: 1 adult or child (10+) – $25 + Kit Fee
  • Family: Adult + 1 or 2 children – $40 + Kit Fee

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Kit Fee: (Paid on the day of workshop directly to Instructor)

The kit fee will be $10/Single and $30.00/family (mother and child/children), to make at least 2 necklaces and 2 bracelets and is consist of:  Bag of  variety of beads (freshwater pearls, crystals, gemstones, copper)  as well as clasps, stringing wire, jump rings, crimp beads, wire guard, crimp covers, and 2 or 3 gemstone pendants as a centre piece.

All the tools needed for the class are lead and nickel free and will be provided at no cost, and they are: crimper, round nose, wire cutter, chain nose and flat nose.  Every participant will be working on her/his own matt in a professional setting.

Expect to have lots of fun!

 

About Yvette Daou-Yacoub

Yvette Daou-Yacoub was born into a family with five uncles who were fine high end jewellers and Goldsmiths. She inherited her passion for jewellery from her uncles.
Growing up as a little girl she had two big dreams: to study law and to design jewellery and accessories.
Finally, after much perseverance, one of her dream had come true…Yvette is now designing jewellery using gem stones, pearls, and crystals just like she used to dream as a little girl.

Yvette has been teaching beading workshops in the Town of Richmond Hill since 2006.

After years of teaching and mentoring beading techniques, she came to realize that there are lots of ladies/men who share her passion to beading and abundant love to gemstones and crystals. She decided to do something about it. She founded Richmond Hill Beading Artists in September 2011.

Beading is very Therapeutic for the soul; it refreshes your emotion and clears your brain.
Hosting Beading workshops gives a chance to get together with friends and family while learning how to create your own unique jewelry in a very relaxed and fun fill environment.

More information about Yvette:

Beading Artists/Jewellery Designer

www.yvettesjewellery.ca

Founder/leader

The Richmond Hill Beading Artists

www.rhbeadart.ca

www.facebook.com/RH.beaded.art.gallery

 

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