Important: Before you purchase, please read the liability waiver, full description & cancellation/refund policy
Liability Waiver for the Bead Society of Orange County/Bowers Museum
In consideration of accepting this activity, and to the extent permitted by the law, I hereby agree to release, indemnify, defend and hold harmless on behalf of myself, The Bead Society of Orange County and its officers, directors, clients, agents. Presenters or employees, by Corliss Rose-2Roses (instructor), The Bowers Museum and their representatives (host) from and against any and all liabilities, claims, penalties, losses, or expenses (including attorneys’ fees), of any kind or nature whatsoever, whether related to bodily injury, property damage or any other form of injury or loss to myself, caused by any negligent act or omission of The Bead Society of Orange County, and et all as mentioned above, arising out of or in any way related to participation in the activity for which I am registered. I acknowledge that the activity of this release employs the use of craft knives, plastics and epoxy mixed adhesives.
As a result of my agreement, I am accepting those risks for myself. I also accept full responsibility for parking my vehicle and securing my personal valuables, tools, and supplies for this demonstration. I further give permission to The Bead Society of Orange County to take photographs while participating in this activity for use in future Bead Society of Orange County publicity and I will not receive any compensation for such use.
I certify that I have read and understood this waiver and release as it applies to me. The purchase of this workshop confirms my agreement.
Beaded Mosaics is an in-person workshop by Corliss Rose held at the Bowers Museum in the John Lee Court.
-You’ll learn small-scale mosaic techniques using Apoxie Sculpt
-You’ll receive a Materials Kit – enough for 2 projects
-You’ll receive a PDF tutorial explaining the mosaic process using beads
What’s Included in Your Materials Kit?
-Polymer clay custom-made bezels
-Black Apoxie Sculpt – sufficient for your session of creating
-Seed Beads, and jewelry hardware
-A small package of Corlite™ material and embellishments
Read more… about 2Roses Corlite material.
What do you need to Bring?
-An X-Acto Knife & Scissors
-Blue painter’s tape or masking tape
Beginner – no skill is necessary
A Little About Apoxie Sculpt
Apoxie Sculpt is a popular and very durable product used by sculptors. It is workable and tacky for approximately 45 minutes to one hour. It also remains pliable for an additional two to three hours and cures completely hard at room temperature within 24 hours. Apoxie Sculpt contains 2-part epoxy compounds and is mixed (actually kneaded) to be activated. We are using black Apoxie Sculpt. You will need alcohol, baby wipes, or good ol’ soap and water to clean your hands occasionally. We will use tiny amounts at a time for our projects, and mixing will be done by hand. A palette knife can also be used for mixing these tiny amounts.
Cancellation and Refund Policy
-A no-show will not receive a refund. Arrangements will be made to send you the materials kit and email you the PDF tutorial.