You make reservations at hot restaurants, build weekly schedules to keep you on task, and construct stories to get out of weekend shopping trips to Jersey -- but when's the last time you've physically created something? With today's deal from The International School of Jewelry and Design in Tribeca, try your hand at putting together stunning accessories. Pay $75 (regularly $200) for a six-hour introductory jewelry-making course where you'll study under European-trained master goldsmiths who will teach you how to saw, pierce, and create movement in a pendant or earring (all tools and materials included). With guidance from jeweler-to-the-stars Kristin Hanson -- whose work has been featured in Lucky and InStyle magazines -- you'll cultivate your imaginative side and create beautiful and wearable art. You can also pay $225 (regularly $475) for a twelve-hour jewelry-making course, during which you'll design and create your own cast-in-metal ring with a wax mold -- so you can literally put a stamp on something you proudly made on your own.
PAID VALUE DOES NOT EXPIRE
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON May 26, 2013
The International School of Jewelry and Design
Six- ($75) or Twelve-Hour ($225) Introductory Jewelry-Making Course
- from $75