Living Jewelry Workshop by Adorations Botanical Artistry

$85.00

12 in stock

Product Description

In this 2.5 hour class lead by Adorations Botanicals’ Founder and Creative Director, LaVonne Crawford, you will create two delightful and often whimsical botanical living jewelry pieces from the three jewelry choices. You may select from a wrist cuff (bracelet), pendant, or ring. This is a collaborative workshop with an opportunity for you to be fully engaged, self expressed and to unravel your own creative process. Invite a friend for we aim for this to be a fun and entertaining workshop where you can let loose and work on gaining new floral design skills. These LIVE statement pieces are intended to wear for special occasions, weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, and of course, fashionable parties!

Workshop includes instruction, florals, supplies, and light refreshments. NOTE: If treated gently, the living jewelry can be enjoyed for up to 2 weeks.

DATE: Rescheduled for Sunday, April 23rd, 2017

TIME: 10 am – 12:30 pm

LOCATION: Sparks Gallery

COST: $85, includes all supplies for 2-3 accessories

A minimum of 5 students is needed to keep the class open. *We will only continue the workshops if the minimum attendance is met. We reserve the right to reschedule the class date if minimum attendance is not met 7 days prior to workshop date.

Please note, there is a Padres game taking place at 1:40 pm on the day of our event, so please plan your parking accordingly.

Adorations Botanical Artistry is known for luxury wedding and special event floral design throughout Southern California and has been featured for their expertise in style, texture, and grand environments as seen in Ceremony Magazine, The Knot, Wedding Chicks, Style Me Pretty, Exquisite Weddings, & Green Wedding Shoes. For more info, www.Adorations.com

About LaVonne Crawford: LaVonne is unabashedly a wife and mother, an artist, a coach, and a warrior for positive change, all for which she wears her heart on her sleeve. She created Adorations Botanical Artistry as a response to her calling as a designer and supporter of self-expression.