terracotta jewelry making

Terracotta means baked earth/mud (remember terracotta army of china!). The gorgeous reddish brown colour comes from natural clay. This is then moulded, cured and baked to make those ethnic jewellery. Did you know that while making them your hands must not be dry neither should the clay get soggy– learn this intricate art of terracotta jewellery and many more such tips. Read further to know more about the bead jewellery-making classes

Terracotta Jewelry Making Classes in Bangalore Right in Koramangala at Bloom and Grow

Attend the terracotta jewelry making classes right in your backyard Koramangala at bloom and Grow. These classes are designed to help you learn the art not just to satisfy your requirements but also to be able to sell your creativity. These classes are aimed at teaching you more about:

Terracotta jewelry materials

  • the type of clay to use
  • moulding clay, shaping
  • using the kiln/ baking your clay
  • The embellishments elastic, thread, wire, cutters, rollers usage etc.

Terracotta jewelry making step by step

  • you will learn each step hands-on
  • the handouts will aid you remember the step-by-step instructions
  • how to market your products

Takeaways from the class

  • jewellery you make in class – earrings , jhumkas, neck piece
  • a terracotta jewellery making kit – a starter kit worth Rs. 1000 with all the materials that will help you continue for a few more days/weeks
  • how to package and ensure a longer shelf life

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