Jewelry Workshop - Recycled Aluminum Cans

Jewelry Workshop - Recycled Aluminum Cans





In this class, local artist, Kathleen Grebe, will teach you how to pop out shapes from aluminum cans, create a sturdy base and connect your jewelry pieces. With all the supplies you need, you can design as many earrings and pendants as you like!

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Aluminum cans offer endless possibilities for upcycled designs. Whether you’re a Diet Coke lover or a fan of micro-brews, this class will allow your creativity to fizz!  



Immortalize your favorite beverage as lightweight earrings, pendants and gifts!






All You Can Design ~ Earrings and Pendants

  • Unlimited earring hooks (in certain silver and gold styles).

  • Supplies for 3 additional types of earrings. Choose from various hooks, hoops, and studs.



     Provided Tools


    • Easy-to-use punches in a variety of shapes such as circles, drops, leaves and blooms.

    • Stencils to help visualize your designs.

    • Various tools for drilling, connecting, and gluing.





      What To Bring

      > Option 1 <

      Nothing! Everything you need will be provided, including cans, but bringing some of your own items might be a good idea.


      > Option 2 <




      Already know what kind of can you want to use? Bring your own! If possible, bring multiples. That allows for more flexibility when matching patterns for left and right earrings. It also provides a backup for any mishaps.


      Many tools will be shared, so if you have your own jewelry pliers or small scissors (best for cutting the cans), don’t hesitate to bring them along! 



      If you plan on designing a pendant, you might want to bring your own chain to match color/style, etc.




      Come punch with Us!

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      Jewelry experience not required.

      All ages are welcome!


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      Have sensitive ears?

      Please contact me so I can explain the options further.

      It's always an option to bring your own supplies as well.





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