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Kids' Jewelry Summer Camp June 11-14

Kids' Jewelry Summer Camp June 11-14

Regular price $360.00 USD
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Instructor Samantha will guide your child to learn the basics of jewelry-making in this 4-day jewelry camp!  She has a basic plan of what will be covered for each day, and will tailor the specifics based on the participants' skill level and dexterity.

You will need to supply lunch (with any utensils) and a water bottle for your child each day. We have a fridge.

One the first day, please arrive 5-10 minutes early so that you can sign the waiver for your child.

We will cover:

  • Day 1: Stinging beads: basics of design and crimping techniques
  • Day 2: Wire wrapping: simple loops, wire loops and briolette wraps
  • Day 3: Leather wrap bracelets
  • Day 4: Daisy chains or dream catchers


  • June 11-14, 10:00-3:00 each day with a break for lunch and 2 short breaks during the morning and afternoon sessions.
  • ages 8+ at the Silver Peak Gallery Classroom located at 100 E. Cleveland St. Lafayette 80026
  • # students: 4 minimum, 6 maximum
  • Materials kit fee is is included in price
  • Prerequisite: none

By registering for this workshop, you agree to our cancellation policy, dress code, and studio rules.

About the instructor, Samantha Chang

Samantha Chang is from Buffalo, NY and recently moved to Louisville, CO after spending ten years in Brooklyn. She holds a BA in Art History and Management from SUNY Purchase and is a multidisciplinary artist & jeweler who has studied various jewelry processes including beading, wire wrapping, pearl knotting, fabrication, wax carving, and most recently, welding! She taught her first jewelry making class when she was 16 and fell in love with sharing knowledge & techniques. 

Samantha learned jewelry making through classes at local bead stores, lots of trial and error, and has taken metal fabrication classes at the Jewelry Arts Institute in Manhattan. She then was an apprentice for an independent jeweler in Brooklyn. Most recently, she was a bench jeweler at Catbird NYC before moving out to Colorado with her husband. Samantha now has a jewelry line, Saintly, that she sells on Etsy and at art festivals. 

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