Monday, January 16, 2017

Jewelry Making for Beginners - Alcohol Ink Pendants


Please know that after you take the course, people may experience a tiny bit of jewelry envy when they see you wearing your pendants! 
Alcohol Ink is an amazing art medium that is just now beginning to be noticed! In this course you will learn what Alcohol Inks are and how I use them step by step in REAL TIME to create some terrific one of a kind, unique jewelry pendants.
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Watch the video above for sneak peeks at the beautiful pendants you'll create during this course, then be sure to ENROLL NOW to lock in this low rate. You'll never pay more, even when I add new practice sessions or info to the class!
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This is an Beginner to Intermediate course for those of you that want to have fun, be creative, and get the basics on how to create these artsy pendants. Learn all my quick easy tricks and steps to create your own jewelry to wear or gift! I'll show you how create my art pendants and give you the skills and materials to develop your unique jewelry pieces  with Alcohol Ink. I'll take you through the entire video of my steps and process and give you some ideas on different mediums to work with.
In this course  will cover: 
  • Materials needed - Free Preview
  • Creating beautiful and unique pendant art to wear.
  • Create pendants using different techniques and materials.
  • We will cover working with Yupo paper, Mineral Paper, and tin foil.
  • Learn to correctly seal your jewelry
Over 1000 happy students are already creating some lovely pieces of Art with my Live classes. So come get creative with me and enjoy all the compliments to come on your own special art pendants you will soon be wearing!
With the right instruction and a little bit of practice, you too will soon be able to make your own stunning art necklace pendants!
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REGISTER NOW and get started making beautiful Alcohol Ink Art pendants today!
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Here are some recent reviews from  ART STUDENTS:
★★★★★ "EASY TO FOLLOW"
I have been a Bob Ross certified instructor for 26 years and I have taught in various venues. Kelly is very clear in her instructions and she makes it easy to follow what she is doing. The class is simple enough for beginners and yet she gives the student plenty of room for creating a little on their own. The instruction on the supplies was also clear and easy to follow.
~Cherly M.
★★★★★ "ENJOYED"
"I enjoyed doing this this painting. I am new to watercolor. Was able to follow, having to go back occasionally. Will probably do this painting several times just for the practice. I contacted the Kellie Chasse sight because of interest in alcohol oil painting. So will be an active student for awhile to come. Thank you for a great beginning!!"  
~Kathleen F.
★★★★★ "BIG HELP"
"Because everything was explained so simply, and Kellie's painting in real time was a very big help. I intend to take more of her courses in the future."
~Jill B.
Please note that Udemy may ask for you to review the course at any point. If you have not yet completed the course you may simply skip the review process until the end. :)  
Please make sure to use the Q&A Section for questions along the way. The course may be slowed down or the video quality changed if you are having connection or play back issues.
Please understand that technical or account issues are not in my control. For Video playback, Technical or Account issues, please click on the Udemy Help or Support Link they will be happy to help.
Feel free to find my social media platforms in the profile section. I would love to see your final paintings posted there.
Happy Painting!
Kellie
Safety Note:  When using paints and chemicals please adhere to any and all manufacturer safety guidelines with these products.  If you have specific safety questions or concerns please contact the product's manufacturer.
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