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Sunday, July 12, 2015

Torch Enameling For Beginners and We're Throwing in Some Special Effects

Booyah!  I'm doin' a webinar!  Whoohoo!

This Wednesday, July 15th... 1pm eastern time, 10am pacific time.

Here's the link to sign up.

Now let me tell you all about it.  I'm so excited because I have so many friends in other parts of the country and the world and we're always like, "Man, I wish we could get together and work on jewelry." Or, "Laura, I wish I could come over and learn some stuff from you."

So this is as close as it gets (for now) to me being able to have some of these far away friends "come to my workshop" and play!

The subject for this webinar is torch enameling... and, you don't need to know ANYTHING.  If you've already taken a class from me or gotten one of my tutorials, you know how "hand-holding" I am in the teaching process.  Trust me, I'm here for you.  We'll go over every step slowly and carefully.

I am so excited that some of my friends who've been wanting to try torch enameling but didn't know how to start will be able to do this and totally open up a whole new world for their jewelry making.

I'll spend the first part of the webinar going over the (inexpensive) tools and supplies you need and showing you the steps to torch enameling.  And the second part of the webinar I'm going to show you how to do all kinds of things with your newly learned technique.  You can do sgraffito, blending, cloisonne, decals, stamping, frit, add gold accents (okay, that is the only part that's not cheap), enamel paints, and adding embellishments.

No worries if you can't be there for the live narration.  Still sign up 'cause...

"If you can't attend the live event, don't worry. A recording from the live session will be uploaded to the web seminar area within a week after the live event and the recording will remain available online for 30 days after the live event. You can watch the recording anytime during those 30 days, or download to keep."

BTW, no fancy (oxi-acetylne) torch needed.  You can get some of your supplies from Home Depot or a kitchen store!

Please please please, if you take this class, send me pictures of what you end up creating.  I can't wait to see how this technique opens up new creative avenues for you.

Alrighty... gonna go now.  Hope to see you there!


  1. I'm really sad I missed this, just found your blog today!

    1. Ah, which you weren't anonymous... I could contact you and let you know you didn't miss it. It's still available: https://www.craftonlineuniversity.com/courses/beginning-torch-enameling-with-laura-bracken