I've been using Dayna's murrine for a while now - I love the extra sparkle they have from the goldstone inside, and I love her color combinations. Here's one I recently made from her murrine.
|My bead, Dayna's murrine.|
This is a class for intermediate bead makers who want to learn how to make 3D flower murrini and use them in their beads. There are different styles of making murrini. This style will focus on layering the glass as the murrini is built, rather than making individual components and assembling them. We will make a flower cane with a single layer of petals. You will be able to build on these skills to make more complex flower murrini as you become more comfortable with practice. We will discuss color layering techniques and recipes, and how to successfully pull the cane to the desired length and thickness. Day 2 will focus on taking these murrini and creating beads using various techniques for application. Techniques such as applying flat chips, how to pull points and apply, murrini implosion buds, and how to encase them in a bead without smearing them. We will also do a fun leaf cane twisty to add to the beads. Cost: $480. There are only a few seats left, so please contact me if you'd like to sign up.
|My Los Gatos studio|