Making Jamaican Rasta and Reggae Jewelry
What you'll learn
- How to make Jamaican Rasta and Reggae jewelry
- Understand how to use handmade jewelry tools
- Learn how to make handmade jewelry that they want to sell
- Understand jewelry design principles and color combinations
- Introduce a range of jewellery making techniques
- No jewelry making experience is needed. The course will give all the necessary information on jewelry making.
- The course will provide information regarding the tools and findings that the future jewelry creator will need to buy if he intends to make handmade jewelry.
Selling handmade jewelry can be a great way to supplement your income and it can even become your main source of income. You can turn your hobby into a job. To make your own jewelry you only need a few tools, findings, some beads and a lot of imagination. The process of stringing beads and tying knots requires patience and practice. You must learn a few fundamental jewelry making techniques, and you'll also need some specific supplies. When you're starting out making handmade jewelry, you should begin by experimenting using inexpensive materials. It’s a pleasure to create your own jewelry, whether you want to use it yourself, give it as a gift to your friends or sell it in your own online store. When it started out in Jamaica in the 1960s, reggae music was considered a mix of different music styles, Jamaican Mento and contemporary Jamaican Ska music, along with American jazz and rhythm & blues. The earliest reggae lyrics spoke mostly of love, specifically romantic love. But as the music moved into the 1970s, reggae started taking on a heavy Rastafarian influence. Now the love being sung about was not just romantic love, spiritual love, the love of God, or “Jah”. Regarding jewelry, colors like green, yellow and red are fundamental and they stand for the Ethiopian flag.
Who this course is for:
- People who like making beautiful handmade jewelry that they want to sell.
- People who want to start a jewelry business and want to turn their hobby into a job.
Teachers are lifelong learners who are permanently evolving and growing. This platform gives me, as a teacher, the freedom to create lessons that are engaging and useful for the students. Building strong connections with the students is one of the most rewarding parts of the job as a teacher. I teach to a diverse array of students of varying ages and abilities. It is my goal to combine my range of experience with my ability to be a compassionate, enthusiastic, teacher who will make a positive contribution to the improvement of the student's skills. I plan and organize hands-on activities that encourage active student participation, involvement, and team work