Stacker Ring Jewelry Class | Thurs. Sept. 21st 6pm-8pm
Date: Thursday September 21st 6pm-8pm
Location: Simply Creative - 1631 Washinton St. NE Minneapolis, MN 55413
Join us for a two-hour beginner's workshop & learn how to make either sterling silver or gold-filled stacker rings!
You’ll make three rings; one beaded, one hammered, and one classic stacker ring!
No experience necessary!
You will make sterling silver rings by default unless you upgrade for $15 to gold filled. You can do this at the start of class.
-Sterling silver is a great beginner-friendly metal, gold-filled is more challenging and better suited for more experienced crafters-
The class is currently capped at ten participants.
BYOB! Feel free to bring a bottle of wine, a couple of beers or a can of pop! We aren't able to serve alcohol but you are welcome to bring it with ya!
What will be provided:
-Use of all materials needed to create the rings
-Use of all tools required
-Use of safety gear
- Must be 18+ (16+ with parent in class)
If you have any questions please contact us via email at email@example.com or by text at 612-548-4994.
**We do not offer refunds if you choose to cancel your spot in class. We can allow for transferring to another class if you need to cancel but you must contact us about doing so 14 days or more before the class you are scheduled to take
14k Gold Filled or Sterling Silver
Shipping & Returns
Shipping & Returns
Please allow 5-7 days for made-to-order creations to ship.
Refer to policies section of the "About Us" tab for more information on shipping and returns.
Sterling Silver: Combine water with baking soda to make a paste. You should apply a pea-sized amount of the paste to a clean cloth to polish the silver. Use a soft-bristled toothbrush to reach any crevices. Once done, run the item under warm water before drying it with a clean cloth or better yet, a jewelry polishing cloth. It will look good as new!
Gold Filled: A soft toothbrush and a mild detergent is the perfect combination for cleaning gold-filled jewelry. Shine with a jewelry polishing cloth to finish.