Have you ever wanted to make your own silver mantra bracelet? You can by taking part in this make your own mantra bracelet jewellery class in Dundee. With every day life stresses it’s good to have our own positive mantras, quotes, words or sayings to kept us motivated.
No mater what age you are and if you are male or female, I can help you design and make your own bracelet. No prior knowledge needed.
Please select a date which suits you.
My classes are different from the normal jewellery making class where you are just shown how to make the same piece as everyone else in the class. As I offer a bespoke jewellery service, I am carrying this forward to my bracelet classes. I can help you design your own bracelet and show you how to make it.
Stamp your own mantra, words, or phrases onto a 3mm or 5mm rectangular wire bracelet, bangle or cuff and add your own texture.
You don’t need to do the class yourself, you can treat a loved one to a special gift for Valentines Day, a birthday, anniversary, hen party, a ladies day afternoon. Whatever the occasion, a jewellery making class will be a fantastic gift and lots of fun!
Classes will be held in my Summerhouse Studio in Tayport
Genna Delaney Jewellery
Tay Street, Tayport, DD6 9BH
On the day you will learn how to make a silver bracelet from scratch and take it home with you. This includes tea, coffee, light refreshments, silver* and all tools are provided to make your own bracelet. Group classes start at £90* per person with a maximum of 2 people.
*Depending on the complexity and chunkiness of your design you may need to pay extra for silver. This can be discussed once class is booked.
**Please note classes may be cancelled due to lack of attendees. I need a minimum of 2 people for the class to go ahead. In the unlikely event, you will be fully refunded and notified the day before the class is scheduled. However if you book the class and don’t turn up you will not be given a refund and you will have to pay again if you wish to attend a different class.
Do you want to find out more about jewellery? Just ask Genna