If you’re looking for a hobby, or to develop a small business or simply to have a creative fun day, why not consider making jewellery – and it’s not as hard as you think. Gifted jeweller Sarah Grant has been making jewellery for over thirty years and now wants to share her experience and knowledge to teach others. Sarah now runs one day, fun workshops from her home studio in Newbridge – where’s Newbridge you may ask. Head west from Bendigo for 37 kilometres or north from Maldon for about the same distance and you’ll find it. With a population of only 358 people, it can’t be described as a busy metropolis, but it is a popular camping and fishing location, so when you have your brand spanking new ring or pendant flashing in the sun, you can continue the fun by throwing a line into the river.
You don’t need any experience to join in and this workshop, is ideal for beginners. All tools and materials are provided as is a light lunch and you’ll finish the day with your own piece of unique sterling silver ring or pendant that you have made with your own hands . Each workshop is limited to up to 3 people, which ensures that you will have Sarah’s individual guidance when you need it. Workshops are held on Saturday’s 10am- 3.30pm throughout June and July, so you have plenty of opportunity to find a day that suits you. However, because the workshops are limited in numbers, it is advisable to book in early to make sure you don’t miss out.
The cost per workshop is $190 and bookings are essential. To secure your place in these fun workshops call Sarah on 5438 7315 or 0402 400 227 or email firstname.lastname@example.org