June 14, 2018

6:00 PM to 8:30 PM


27 Cloister Ave, Ephrata, PA

This fun and social workshop, hosted by Art of Recycle, involves creating a collage using vintage jewelry.


AoR staff will teach you how to create a collage with bits and pieces of scrap jewelry. Using provided materials, AoR staff will guide you into creating your own vintage jewelry collage wall hanging.


This workshop includes:


  • One picture frame with a backing.
  • Fabric to attach to your frame back.
  • A cardboard cut-out shape to build your collage on.
  • Assortment of beads, vintage jewelry pieces, buttons and chains.
  • glue and adhesive.


Art of Recycle workshop materials are made up of items that the public donates to Art of Recycle in order  to help us sustain our efforts of operating our non-profit community art center. Because of our wide variety of inventory, given items are only available in limited quantities. Each vintage jewelry collage made is going to be uniquely different from the other. The collage that you make will not look exactly like any of the collages in the photos.


You are welcome to bring accessories with you to add to your jewelry collage and make it more personal. You do not need to bring anything with you at all, as we provide all of the necessary supplies for you.


This workshop is a level 5 workshop. It is challenging for many beginner artists. This workshop is not suitable for children because of the tools and materials that we are using.


There is a 35 dollar fee for this workshop. A maximum of fifteen spots are available. Pre-pay online or inside Art of Recycle to reserve your spot.


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This Workshop is Scheduled for


June 14

6:00 PM - 8:30 PM