Learn A Charming New Skill & Take Home A Beautiful Piece Of Jewellery
Categories: Jewellery 10110 Aug 2018
Have you always wanted to give jewellery-making a go but don’t want to pay hundreds of dollars for a long course? Maybe you enjoy getting creative and would like to learn a new skill or you want to create a beautiful handmade gift for someone special or craft a keepsake for yourself?
Read on as we have the perfect solution...
One of Oh My Giddy Aunt's most popular keepsake gifts is a charm bracelet. A simple, stunning charm bracelet is one of those timeless pieces that is popular with all age groups not just because they’re elegant and beautiful but because they tell the stories of people’s lives.
Chief Giddy Aunt, Nikki has been helping people do just that for longer than she cares to remember. We love hearing your charm stories about why the charms you choose are so meaningful and it’s such a personal gift we want to help just a few of you have the joy of creating a keepsake that will be treasured always.
Part of the charm (excuse the pun!) is being able to add to it over time but having a jeweller solder charms can be costly and time consuming. As one of the more basic skills in jewellery-making we can actually teach you how to "do-it-yourself" without soldering or expensive equipment.
That’s why we came up with the idea of our Beginners Jewellery Making workshop. We know that lots of you get giddy with excitement at learning something new and meeting new people, as well as appreciating beautiful hand-made jewellery. Well now you can combine them all!
Imagine the burst of pride you will get when someone admires your charm bracelet for the first time and enquires where you got it from? Or seeing your niece’s, daughter’s or granddaughter’s face light up when they receive such a thoughtful, personalised gift?
If you are in the Brisbane area come and learn the Giddy secrets and start your love affair with jewellery making. Join us on Friday 7th September or Friday 2nd November at The Produce Wholefood Pantry, 230 Waterworks Road Ashgrove from 9.30am to 12 noon. Morning tea is included! Book now or email or call with any other questions you might have.
We can’t wait to meet you and hear your charming stories...