Original Price: $30.00

Special Rate: $16.50

Box Clasp with Nikolina Otrzan

Whether you need a clasp for your necklace or you just like them as a great design solution, you're in the right place! Nikolina will show you how to make this clever clasp which can also be used as a focal or as multiple elements in your jewelry projects!

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Original Price: $30.00

Special Rate: $16.50


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... materials

Class Materials Listing

• Kato black 2 oz
• Kato white 2 oz
• bit of additional pc color
• Poly Paste
• Genesis thick medium(optional)
• black acrylic paint
• rubber cord 2mm
• Renaissance wax
• Loctite flex gel
• Scotch tape
• photocopy paper
• coarse sand paper
• pasta machine
• stiff blade
• roller
• round cutter 36 mm
• any rectangular or square cutter from 30 mm upwards (just 1)
• ruler
• scalpel/craft knife
• silkscreen (Moiko)
• bowl
• old (credit) card
• 3mm round cutter
• 9 & 15 mm Kemper cutters
• texture sponge (medium)
• a tile
• soft brush
• drill bits

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Nikolina Otrzan

Nikolina Otrzan

"Inspiration is all around us; in everything we see and experience, it's just a matter of how one perceives the world, and what things make us happy and fullfilled." -That's what you'll hear if you ask Nikolina Otr

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Customer Reviews

Excellent teacher Review by Tracey
I love that the teacher explains why she does the step she does and what could happen if you deviated from that step...
Very easy to follow. nice and slow and precise. (Posted on 6/12/17)
Nicely done tutorial Review by Jan
I haven't had time to watch this class yet. However, I did look at the PDF and I think I could make it from just this document, without watching the video. Very inventive clasp. (Posted on 1/18/17)

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