Seeds, ancient ornaments and modern jewels, were among the first materials used as body adornment. Learn of the diverse, distant, and local plant seeds one can use in jewelry making. Then harvest, clean, and prepare seeds for stringing into your own unique jewelry pieces. All materials provided. Instructor: Margarita Poulson is Brooklyn Botanic Garden’s Curator of Interior Displays and Washington Avenue Garden. An Eco-jeweler crafter who uses nature and its wonderful creations as inspiration for her Botanical Jewelry Craft. She enjoys sharing the history and symbolism of plants and seeds and how they are used thru many cultures for stringing and as ornaments.
Fee includes all necessary tools & materials. Fee includes admission to GFS the day of the workshop.