Learn to craft on-trend geometric beaded jewellery
You don't need to visit your local handmade market to know that geometric beads are still very much in vogue. Colourful three-dimensional hexagons can be seen adorning the ears and necklines of Melburnian women from Fitzroy to Frankston and everywhere in-between.
The Aacute sisters, Julie and Kelly Tran, focus their work on polymer clay jewellery and soy woodwick candles. They frequent craft markets all over Melbourne, and also collaborate with the Colour Box Studio to host regular hands-on craft workshops.
All materials will be provided and ready for you to play with, although you are certainly welcome to bring your own additional strings, chains or added features if you wish. Participant numbers are limited to 12; book your place here.