RELICS & ARTIFACTS® will hit the Desert this week!!!!

Exciting week in Arizona, as we hit the Bead Show In Tucson! Our RELICS & ARTIFACTS®Ambassadors, John Creighton-Petersen and Debby Anderson will be rocking with Relics and Artifacts and Sandra Evertson will be on hand to show off some beautiful samples and fill your shopping bags with some amazing Relics at the Vivi Magoo Art Retreat In The Desert

Among his classes John will be teaching his students how to create this Tilted Tila Bracelet

"Create a stunning bracelet using your choice of Relics and Artifacts® unique cast resin pieces as the centerpiece of this work of art! Learn how simple and easy it is to use a variety of mixed media techniques to color and add texture to your Relic to match your personality and color preferences. Gain working knowledge of working with resin to set the embellished Relic. While the resin is setting, you will learn how to create the Tilted Tila bracelet base using crystal, Tila and Delica beads. Once the Relic has cured, you will transform it into a beautifully beaded cabochon using Peyote and Right Angle stitches."

 Tilted Tila Bracelet by John Creighton-Petersen

Tilted Tila Bracelet by John Creighton-Petersen

His Relic Cabochan Necklace:

"Mixed media meets beading in this eye catching necklace! Explore how easy it is to incorporate Relics and Artifacts® cast resin pieces into almost any jewelry project. We’ll use a variety of mixed media techniques to color and add texture to your Relic to match your personality and color preferences. Gain working knowledge of working with resin to set the embellished Relic. While the resin is setting, you will learn how to make the wrapped ball chain necklace and embellish it with crystal and seed beads. Once the Relic has cured, you will transform it into a beautifully beaded cabochon using Peyote and Right Angle stitches."

 Relic Cabochon Necklace by John Creighton-Petersen

Relic Cabochon Necklace by John Creighton-Petersen

And his Relic Pocket Watch:

Time will never look the same with this mixed media fusion class! Using an antique pocket watch as the open bezel frame, you’ll learn how to create jewelry that’s truly ‘thru the looking glass’ with resin and layering techniques. Choose from a variety of pieces and inclusions to personalize your necklace, including pieces from the Relics and Artifacts® collection. We’ll use a variety of mixed media techniques to color and add texture to your Relic to match your personality and color preferences. While the pocket watch is setting, you will learn how to make the wrapped ball chain necklace and embellish it with crystal and seed beads.

 Relic Pocket Watch by John Creighton-Petersen

Relic Pocket Watch by John Creighton-Petersen

 

We are excited to share that Debby's RELICS & ARTIFACTS® based class, Sacred Grace is sold out! Take a peek at the beauty her students will be able to learn and recreate!

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. Won’t you take this journey with me as we honor or dedicate our hearts to love, romance, bravery and purpose.

 Sacred Grace by Debby Anderson

Sacred Grace by Debby Anderson

On Wednesday Feb 4th say hello to Sandra Evertson and her band of chihuahuas and pick up some RELICS & ARTIFACTS® and browse through her samples at the Vivi Magoo Marketplace

All of these festivities are taking place at:

Hilton Tucson- East

7600 East Broadway

Tucson