I am BEYOND excited to share what I know about engraving with you– can’t wait to meet on May 20, 2023!
Just in case it was overlooked when your workshop ticket was purchased, here is some Q&A info.
And a little heads up on the two projects we’ll be working on:
Please feel free to bring a printed photo to class! But if you are not able to, no worries. Just having one in mind will help you with the placement of your engraving.
This particular clip is for a previous workshop, but we will be completing the same project May 20th.
Perfect for displaying a bloom from your home garden! In the clip above, I opted to purchase a custom arrangement. Also, Hadley & Ren has the most adorable Dried Flower Bar if you’d like to choose your own stems!
Another glimpse of the vase project.
If you have any questions leading up to the workshop, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
During the workshop, I will capturing images to be used on my website and social media accounts. We’ll sign a photo release the day we meet. If you prefer for your face to not be photographed, just let me know prior to the start of class.
Students will sign a liability waiver prior to active engraving during the workshop. But rest assured, proper safety guidelines will be taught before we begin practice!
TOOLS AND MATERIALS
While all materials will be provided for the duration of the lesson, students may choose to purchase their own before or after the workshop. Here is a list of items you may find helpful if you plan on further pursuing your new hobby after the class!
(These are not affiliate links, I do not make any sort of commission from these products.)
- Engraving drill
- Diamond tip ball burs
- Bur lubricant
- Drafting utensils: water-based paint pen, Stabilio All-Pencil, micron pen, Sharpies
- Desk vacuum
- Gilding wax
- Rubbing alcohol
- Distilled water
- Microbead pillow
- Fluffy makeup brush