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Rebekka Mae
True Blue Farmgirl

965 Posts

Rebekka
Moscow ID
USA
965 Posts

Posted - Oct 08 2009 :  2:55:51 PM  Show Profile
Who is gonna be there with me?
I just LOVE teaching classes at our shop in CDA, ID and the button jewelry is my favorite project right now! Two of the designs I will show you won blue ribbons in the County Fair this year. You will be ready to make gorgeous jewelry for the gals on your holiday list and of course lots for you.



Button Jewelry

Use vintage buttons to create simply fabulous accessories. You will learn to make chic drop earrings, rings, and necklaces with a modern twist. This is a beginner class that even experienced jewelry makers will enjoy.

Instructors: Rebekka Boysen-Taylor

* Skill level: Beginner
* Class Fee: $25 plus $15 for supplies
* Supplies: Handouts included
* Time: Saturday, November 7th 12:30pm–3:00pm
* Location: MaryJanesFarm Store, Plaza Shops, 210 E. Sherman, Coeur d’Alene, ID

julia hayes
True Blue Farmgirl

1132 Posts

julia
medical lake wa
USA
1132 Posts

Posted - Oct 10 2009 :  09:13:13 AM  Show Profile
I'm there!! Can I pay when I'm there or should I pay ahead of time and reserve my spot? Can Not wait!!! ~julia

being simple to simply be
Farmgirl #30
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BarnChickCecily
True Blue Farmgirl

672 Posts

Cecily
Corydon IN
USA
672 Posts

Posted - Oct 11 2009 :  12:17:53 PM  Show Profile
Hello Rebekka! Just wondering if ever there will be some classes out this way? I live in Southern Indiana and would LOVE to go to a class!

Farmgirl Sister # 241
www.thebarnchick.blogspot.com/
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Rebekka Mae
True Blue Farmgirl

965 Posts

Rebekka
Moscow ID
USA
965 Posts

Posted - Oct 14 2009 :  2:27:07 PM  Show Profile
Cecily- We do offer traveling classes. We need a big bunch of gals (perhaps 20) ready for a fun filled weekend of two or three classes. Let me know if you want more details;)
Rebekka
See you soon Julia!
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Rebekka Mae
True Blue Farmgirl

965 Posts

Rebekka
Moscow ID
USA
965 Posts

Posted - Oct 28 2009 :  4:38:29 PM  Show Profile
I am such a tease...
I found the most fabulous buttons out at the farm on Monday afternoon! You girls will be hunting through baskets of vintage buttons that just can't be bought anymore. I can't wait to see what you all create with them. Right now I am making button rings and earrings in white and silver that are perfect for holiday parties. I might try a button brooch to match if I have time;)
Grace, are you coming?
See you soon, Rebekka

www.bebebella.etsy.com

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julia hayes
True Blue Farmgirl

1132 Posts

julia
medical lake wa
USA
1132 Posts

Posted - Oct 29 2009 :  12:27:44 PM  Show Profile
Rebekka, can I just say how FREAKING excited I am about our sleep over???HEAVENS!! I can not wait..seriously...I am beside myself!! Woooooohooooooo! ~julia

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Rebekka Mae
True Blue Farmgirl

965 Posts

Rebekka
Moscow ID
USA
965 Posts

Posted - Nov 06 2009 :  07:59:35 AM  Show Profile
Can you believe the class is tomorrow? If you haven't signed up but want to come join us just show up, this is a nice long class and we will have plenty of time to finish a few projects and plan lots more.
Warmly, Rebekka

www.bebebella.etsy.com

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Rebekka Mae
True Blue Farmgirl

965 Posts

Rebekka
Moscow ID
USA
965 Posts

Posted - Nov 08 2009 :  06:28:07 AM  Show Profile
We had our class yesterday in Coeur d Alene, all of the ladies came up with new variations on the designs I shared and we left with gobs of new jewelry and ideas for our next batch of handmades. We were each able to make three pairs of earrings, several rings and a bracelet in between story telling and laughing;)
Can I tell you (like I do after every class I teach) how lucky I feel to be in the company of such amazing women?
If you would like to be on our email list for future classes please let me know. We will resume Pay Dirt classes after the holidays. To get more project ideas between now and then read MaryJane's magazine and the Cluck- that is the online newsletter for members of the Farmgirl Sisterhood. You can call the farm or sign up online.
And a HUGE thank you to Julia for putting me up in her cozy farmhouse, what a treat to have that time with your sweet family.
Warmly, Rebekka

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blueroses
True Blue Farmgirl

1323 Posts

Debbie
in the Pandhandle of Idaho
USA
1323 Posts

Posted - Nov 08 2009 :  5:25:10 PM  Show Profile
Rebekka,
It was so great to meet you and Julia! My friend and I had a great time laughing and learning. Now - I'm going to go ahead and join the sisterhood so I can get that super monthly email newsletter!! I would recommend these classes to anyone who can attend. Can't wait for the next one!! Thanks for your a great class.



"You cannot find peace...by avoiding life."
Virginia Woolfe
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Carrie W
Farmgirl Legend/Chapter Guru

437 Posts


Saratoga Springs New York
USA
437 Posts

Posted - Feb 07 2010 :  12:50:33 PM  Show Profile
Can we see photos of the items you all made at this event???? Please! I want to see what you ladies are up to.....and get some inspiration for some projects for my Aprons of the Adirondacks group.

Thanks!!

Carrie

www.totallykadeshfarm.blogspot.com

Farmgirl Sisterhood #147

Tis better to weep at joy than to joy at weeping--Shakespeare, Much Ado About Nothing
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blueroses
True Blue Farmgirl

1323 Posts

Debbie
in the Pandhandle of Idaho
USA
1323 Posts

Posted - Feb 25 2010 :  10:02:47 AM  Show Profile
Carrie,
I'll try, but I'm not that good at loading pics yet.

"You cannot find peace...by avoiding life."
Virginia Woolfe
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marjean
True Blue Farmgirl

3848 Posts

Marsha
Deltona FL
USA
3848 Posts

Posted - Feb 25 2010 :  11:46:58 AM  Show Profile
Want to come to Florida and teach a class? You can stay at my house.lol


quote:
Originally posted by Rebekka Mae

Who is gonna be there with me?
I just LOVE teaching classes at our shop in CDA, ID and the button jewelry is my favorite project right now! Two of the designs I will show you won blue ribbons in the County Fair this year. You will be ready to make gorgeous jewelry for the gals on your holiday list and of course lots for you.



Button Jewelry

Use vintage buttons to create simply fabulous accessories. You will learn to make chic drop earrings, rings, and necklaces with a modern twist. This is a beginner class that even experienced jewelry makers will enjoy.

Instructors: Rebekka Boysen-Taylor

* Skill level: Beginner
* Class Fee: $25 plus $15 for supplies
* Supplies: Handouts included
* Time: Saturday, November 7th 12:30pm–3:00pm
* Location: MaryJanesFarm Store, Plaza Shops, 210 E. Sherman, Coeur d’Alene, ID




Farmgirl sister #308
handmade cards, vintage organizer bags and more at www.jeanpatchbymk.etsy.com
http://jeanpatch.blogspot.com
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www.watkinsonline.com/rjaramillo
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Carrie W
Farmgirl Legend/Chapter Guru

437 Posts


Saratoga Springs New York
USA
437 Posts

Posted - Feb 25 2010 :  12:17:17 PM  Show Profile
Debbie-

Loading photos on this site is a bit of a bugger. I have to go over the instructions every time I do it. It is sometimes easier to put them into a blog. Is there someone that could post some that way for you???

I would love to see what you all made so thanks for giving it a try!!

Carrie

www.totallykadeshfarm.blogspot.com

Farmgirl Sisterhood #147

Tis better to weep at joy than to joy at weeping--Shakespeare, Much Ado About Nothing
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Rebekka Mae
True Blue Farmgirl

965 Posts

Rebekka
Moscow ID
USA
965 Posts

Posted - Feb 25 2010 :  1:14:46 PM  Show Profile
Sorry- I have not checked this thread is a while. Florida sounds nice this time of year for sure!
I did not have a camera with me at that class so sadly I have none to share.
I have been getting your emails for patterns, a tutorial or something. I hear you and I will run it all by the Queen Bee;)
Rebekka

www.bebebella.etsy.com

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blueroses
True Blue Farmgirl

1323 Posts

Debbie
in the Pandhandle of Idaho
USA
1323 Posts

Posted - Feb 27 2010 :  08:02:51 AM  Show Profile
Carrie,

I'll try to work on this. It's about time I figure these things out! I'll get some pix taken of the stuff, but maybe Rebekka can too, because I didn't get as much done that day. She is much faster than I am because I was just learning, but it was fun, and my friend and I made lots of earrings for Christmas presents. I'll keep you informed.

"You cannot find peace...by avoiding life."
Virginia Woolfe
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sunflowercritters
True Blue Farmgirl

1102 Posts

Debra
Springfield Maine
USA
1102 Posts

Posted - Mar 31 2010 :  3:08:58 PM  Show Profile
I live in Maine and would love to see what your/how your making your button jewerl. I would love to see a picture as well.
God Bless Deb

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