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ANNOUNCING: An Even Better Live Stream Experience...


Discover "Scrap Casting Fabrication & Jewelry Design" with Kim St. Jean LIVE STREAMING from the WireJewelry.com Studio


Find out how you can create incredibly unique finished jewelry from your scrap silver using Kim's favorite method of Stone Setting

Hi, I'm Kim St. Jean Jewelry Artist, Designer, and Author. I bet you wonder what I'm doing with a box of scrap that looks like this. My students know that I have Buddha and all of my silver scraps go to Buddha, that's because Buddha gets reincarnated into beautiful new Jewelry. Join me in October for a 4 day Live Streaming Class, where you're going to learn how to make awesome gallery quality jewelry out of all of your silver scraps. We're going to have it in the evening hours, its just going to be me in the studio with you. You'll be able to ask your questions and have them answered in real time.


The best part of this 4 day streaming class is that you can go back to it anytime you'd like and review it again or get caught up on parts you might have missed. We're going to be doing scrap casting. The first two lessons are going to be you actually learning how to use 6 different mediums to cast the scraps that you have. The second two days we're going to take the things that we've poured and we're going to be making beautiful hand-made finished jewelry. Join me October 22nd to the 25th, together we will discover the world of "Scrap Casting Fabrication & Jewelry Design".


We are going to cover 6 types of casting:

  • Kim's Brand New "Secret" Method - Kim is excited to show you a new medium you can pour into that creates a very unique look that is impossible to create any other way.

  • Pine Needle Casting or Broom Casting - You'll love this method because each casting has a linear, long, organic shape that is fascinating to get to work with setting stones, using as prongs or you can add a bail and simply wear as they are.

  • Water Casting - The water casting is done by pouring molten metal into water and each casting has more of a floral Lily or exploded flower form, organic soft shape.

  • Salt Casting - We pour the molten metal into the salt and it forms these gorgeous sea coral like shapes then we can add pearls or half drilled stones or we can incorporate it with the pine needle casting or water casting we've done on the previous days.

  • Sand Casting - In sand casting we will be doing two dimensional castings & three dimensional castings. On 2D castings you will press a form into the sand and then pour the molten metal on top. On 3D casting you'll press the mold in the sand, then add more sand on top. In 3D casting you'll be able to make rings or complete objects.

  • Cuttlebone or Cuttlefish Casting - With cuttlebone casting you'll be carving out designs and then pouring in the metal to create your own hand carved designs in metal.

If any of these make you excited to start designing, you're not alone AND you're in for a treat...

ANNOUNCING: 4 Brand New Kim St. Jean High Definition Live Streaming Classes (Up To 500 Student Capacity)

We priced this series of classes so that everyone can afford to take some time for yourself and discover one of my favorite jewelry making techniques, don't worry if you can't watch live on these specific dates, the price of the class includes being able to watch it again on-demand whenever you want and as often as you want.


I invite you to join me October 22nd-25th! (6pm - 10pm EDT | 3pm - 7pm PDT)


I know you'll love this method of jewelry making as much as I do!!


Click below to reserve your virtual seat in class..

Here Are Examples Of The 6 Casting Methods You Will Pour In The First 2 Days

Secret

Kim's Brand New "Secret" Casting Method


Kims Description

Pine Needle

Pine Needle Casting or Broom Straw Casting


You'll love this method because each casting has a linear, long, organic shape that is fascinating to get to work with setting stones, using as prongs or you can add a bail and simply wear as they are.

Water Casting

Water Casting


The water casting is done by pouring molten metal into water and each casting has more of a floral Lily or exploded flower form, organic soft shape.

Salt Casting

Salt Casting


We pour the molten metal into the salt and it forms these gorgeous sea coral like shapes then we can add pearls or half drilled stones or we can incorporate it with the pine needle casting or water casting we've done on the previous days.

Sand Casting

Sand Casting


In sand casting we will be doing two dimensional castings & three dimensional castings. On 2D castings you will press a form into the sand and then pour the molten metal on top. On 3D casting you'll press the mold in the sand, then add more sand on top. In 3D casting you'll be able to make rings or complete objects.


Cuttlefish Casting

Cuttlefish Bone Casting


With cuttlebone casting you'll be carving out designs and then pouring in the metal to create your own hand carved designs in metal.

Which Of These Beautiful Projects Would You Like To Create With Us?


I love this method of jewelry making because you get to use your scraps of silver to make something new from it and the designs that come from this form of casting come from natural materials and add a whole new dimension to the stones and elements that you'll be setting in the castings.


I've got a lot of new projects to show you. On the 3rd and 4th day we're going to take all these awesome components from the first two days of class and we're going to turn them into professional gallery quality pieces of jewelry. Just to wet your appetite, I have just a sample of some of the things that you can make. These are real pieces of jewelry that my students and I have created during class. Using the techniques that you're going to discover in this course you'll be able to come up with a limitless number of design possibilities. I'm really excited to get to work with you this October, its going to be a blast.

How Does Live Streaming Work?

For months, even years we've searched for a way to do this, and finally the right video and technology people have stepped into our company and now we are able to offer it.


A live experience, with multiple cameras capturing all the angles you need to follow along as if you were there with us, and dare I say maybe even better than being in person.


After all, when you go to a live jewelry class do you get to look right down on top of the instructors hands the entire time in high definition without leaning over, bending your neck or straining your eyes to see it?


Do you get to work from the comfort of home in your ideal Jewelry Making Environment, where you can wear what you want, always be on time, and where you have every tool available?


Well that's what you get in a live streaming class, and because you're attending over the internet we can accommodate a lot more students without the higher price of an in person class where we have limited seating.


It's As Simple As Logging Into Facebook


It's really simple. You log in, click on the class or classes you've selected to attend at the time of the class and a video player will bring you right into the class as if you were there in person with us!


Thank you for being a loyal customer! I'm excited to see all the great things you make during these live classes. Click on the button below to check availability.


Claim your spot before this special early bird promotion ends!

WHO IS KIM ST. JEAN?


Following ten years as a public school teacher, Kim combined her love of teaching with her creative talents and began teaching jewelry classes. Mostly self-taught, but with silversmithing mentorship from Dan Haga along the way, she now has been teaching jewelry classes for nearly twenty years. She is an award winning instructor, author and jewelry designer. Kim has been published in numerous magazines and books. She has appeared on several beading and craft television programs, and has written three books: "Mixed Metal Mania", "Metal Magic", and "Colorful Wired Jewelry". Kim was elected one of the Top Ten Instructors in the country by the attendees and staff of the Bead and Button show. Kim has also filmed over twenty stone setting videos for WireJewelry.com. Her husband Norm followed Kim in the jewelry arts after a twenty-five year career in textile management, and now travels with her assisting in the classroom. Their home base is in Myrtle Beach, SC, where they teach at their studio, Studio St. Jean. They can also be found teaching across the country at various clubs, guilds, bead shows and art shows.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I Need To Travel? What are the hotel arrangements? NO! That's the best benefit of what we're offering today. You can simply watch the class live on your computer, smart phone, tablet or iPad wherever you have an internet connection. After the class is over a replay will be made available so you can watch the class again and again, and go over it as many times as you need to. Later, if you choose our DVD upgrade option, we'll send you a DVD recording of the class, edited to make it quick and easy to follow along.

Will I Be Able To Ask Questions During The Class? Yes! Each class will include live chat, we'll do our best to get to every question however, if we have 500 students we may not have time to answer every question. Our support team will do their best to collect the most common questions and get live answers from the instructors.

Will The Classes Be Recorded Yes! We will live stream the classes, and then shortly after you will be able to access the class video replay, as if you were watching live. After that, we'll be editing these classes and making DVDs that will also be available.

What If I Can't Attend Live? All the classes will be recorded, and you get digital replay access with your purchase of the classes.

How much do these classes cost? We've created a special discount pricing schedule for all the classes. Click the link to check availability, and choose the classes you'd like and you'll see what it would cost to attend the classes you're interested in.

What about supply kits? After you register for the classes you want, a supply kit list will be provided and you'll have the opportunity to purchase the supplies that will be used in class.

What Types of Devices Work? Any device with a good internet connection, that could play a youtube video or any other online video format will work.  

iPhones - Yes!
iPads - Yes!
Android Smart Phones - Yes!
Android Tablets - Yes!
Apple Computers - Yes!
Windows Computers - Yes!
Microsoft Surface - Yes!
Google Chrome Cast - Yes!
 
Anything else you can think of? 
Give us a call and we can tell you if it will work or not 877-636-0608