Metal Clay Workshop Class Details

Metal Clay Workshop

30 star rating (2 reviews)
One Day Only: 

Where:  Delphi's Lansing Creativity Center

When:  2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Experience Required: None

Type of Class: Hands-on project

Class Description: Have you ever wondered about PMC metal clay but wanted to try it out before clearing a spot in the studio? Or just looking to make a meaningful gift for a friend (or yourself)? Come experiment with us in this 3 hour beginner workshop! This class involves creating 3-5 charms with PMC clay, finishing them, and then firing them using a butane torch. All materials, including a bracelet and jump rings for your finished charms, are included.

Safety: Safety goggles available for class use

Tools & Materials Included: PMC clay, findings, use of torches, texture sheets, stamps, and rollers

Additional Tools & Materials: None

Cancellation Policy: If you are unable to attend class for any reason please contact Delphi at least 3 business days prior to the start date of the class. You may cancel and receive a refund or you may transfer to another class. Please call to cancel or transfer.

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  • Jewelry
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Class Reviews

4 out of 5 stars
3 out of 5 stars
  •   Could be a great class, better than described.
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Pros : You can be very creative not just make charms as they describe and show. There are so many materials to use in your creation it is overwhelming. Read up and go in with an idea of what you want to see. The materials are expensive so the class is worth the price.
Cons : The instructor I. Charge of the class was unprepared and not very knowledgeable. Her assistant knew more, I like to know a summary of the steps we will be doing before we begin, but they only told us part, then would go step by step. For instance when I was concerned about the imperfection of an edge she said to keep working on it with another tool, then after drying I find out we can sand the drey product before firing, They also did not assemble and prepare the torches before class, causing some of us to had unfilled torches or they ran out—-when I restarted I ended up overheating one of my pendants and ruining it, we were rushing to burnish our work, and had no idea we had to rub it with a tool to shine it. When I sparked about alternative tools so I could do it at home the answer was lacking—-I went home, read up on it and Lund I could even use a spoon! My work could have been so much better if I knew the steps. The class ended up in overtime.
Other Thoughts : The class was scheduled to end at the time the store closed. There was no time for shopping and buying supplies so I can do this at home. I really didn’t know what supplies I would need until I finished since they only described one step at a time as described above. The time of the classes is not a good decision, shortchanging the store of income opportunity.
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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Metal Clay Workshop
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Pros : Very fun. Great instructors. Learned a lot. I'll come back for another one.
Cons : Too hot in the classroom. The fan helped.
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