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As I’ve mentioned, I took a class with Erin Prais-Hintz about working with Apoxie Sculpt. I loved it! She has been teaching a series of classes this fall/winter online through the University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point. I am hoping she teaches more in the spring. Two were jewelry focused (including mine) and an upcoming one on December 11th is about making an art mosaic piece.

For my class, I made two bracelets and a pendant.

Hand holding two cuff bracelets. One with several strands of different chains. One with a textured background, round rhinestone focal, gold hexagon shapes and black rounds.

It’s fun to have some blingy pieces. There is larger rhinestone cup chain on the bottom of each side of the larger cuff. I didn’t realize I didn’t get any pictures of that until I was finished taking photos. I never like to have to go back and re-do things, so I leave it to your imagination!

This is prettier in person. The light blue circle is a vintage foil back glass cabochon. I think I’ll probably patina the metal parts of the pendant.

I’m very excited to use Apoxie Sculpt in more projects. As usual, I have a million ideas. I said in class that this has justified all the vintage cabochons and no-hole art shards I’ve ever purchased! Now I can use them all.