What to Make in a Jewellery Workshop

August 03, 2017 2 min read

What to Make in a Jewellery Workshop

Hey Workshop Babes...

Have you ever wanted to participate in one of our workshops but have no idea what to make?? You're in luck because today's blog is all about What to Make in a Jewellery Workshop! 


Whether you are celebrating a bachelorette with all your girls, or attending a public workshop solo, our workshops are the perfect place to let your creative energy run wild! Over the years we have found most people decide to make a bracelet, necklace, or earrings at their workshop. Here are some cutie pieces we love to see being made!

The teardrop necklace.

These necklaces are the perfect layering piece. Choose from our selection of teardrop shaped stones for your pendant (our personal favourite right now is the Peruvian Opal)!  And don't forget to add some baby beads into the side of the chain to make it extra unique. You will never take this baby off!


The bar bracelet.

This piece is a lot of fun! Mix and match different beads and stones to create a colorful and minimalist look. We love a dangling tag at the clasp to add a little something special. Don't forget these tags can be custom stamped on the spot too!


Tassel earrings.

If you have shopped with us before, you know we are obsessed with our tassel chain. Add stones, charms, and beads to these cuties for a boho look, or keep it simple with a single drop chain.


No matter what inspires you, the Anice team is here to help bring your design to life. Check out our upcoming public workshops or give us a call to book your private workshop today! We can't wait to jewel with you.




Rachel & Katie

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