Monday, February 29, 2016

Debby Anderson: Sacred Grace July 31st

As you all know, we have some seriously delish classes and retreats over the next few months/year!  I am excited to share one more delightful workshop with you, and it will be the last guest teacher I host until this Fall. Debby is going to teach her beautiful Sacred Hearts to us... and show us the many ways she embellishes and patinas them, yahhh!! Below are the class details, and to the right is the purchase link. Hope you girls can join us for a day of sparkly goodness!! xo, Lexi

Sacred Grace by Debby Anderson

Date:  Sunday, July 31, 2016

Location:  The Island's Creative Escape (Formerly Scrapbook Island)
14090 Blossom Hill Rd, Los Gatos, CA 95032
Time: 11:30-5:30pm

Cost: $155

Lunch:  Please Pack a Brown Bag Lunch
Los Gatos Pizza

The word, sacred is derived from Old French sacrer  which means to consecrate or dedicate. Each of our hearts holds a unique combination of courage, love, joy and tenderness, which are revealed daily through our actions, words and deeds. Wont you take this journey with me as we honor or dedicate our hearts to love, romance, bravery and purpose.

Students will learn how to work with vintage beaded sari silk, antiqued lace, velvet trim, etc. to cover their Hearts
Students will learn how to add color and antiquing methods ~
this creates dimension to give an Old World & time-worn look and feel to their one of a kind unique creations.

Clay & Embed

Students can embellish their work using their own vintage gems and found objects ~ including small crosses and spiritual medals.

Your beautiful pendants can be worn as a real statement maker.  You may want to bring chunky chain, or a pre made necklace.
When not wearing your piece of art you may want to display the necklace in your home and/or could be a fabulous addition to your home decor!

3 (2 pre-glued Flaming Hearts/1 Ex Voto Resin Blanks)
Dresden Trim
Vintage beaded Sari Silk from India
Antiqued lace and trims
Aves Apoxie Sculpt Clay

baby wipes
Pan Pastel Fluid Chalks
acrylic paints
pigment inks
antiquing medium
use of rubber stamps 


when designing these beauties...its all about layering color and texture!

Favorite Pigments Inks, Fluid Chalk (my favs are Pan Pastels to add color)
Paint Brush for applying color and for antiquing methods
E6000 (epoxy glue)
Extra trims, lace, beaded trims, ribbon, etc. (I will also provide a selection)
Embellishments: vintage rhinestones, destash (to cut apart), tiny pearls,
crosses, spiritual medals, etc.
I am so excited to share this beautiful project with you!!