School holiday crafts
AS THE school holidays are coming to an end and families return home from their summer adventures, many kids and parents are wanting things to do with friends.
Kerry Young, manager and owner of Wezzabels on Churchill St, has opened a new store and is offering jewellery classes for anyone interested.
“The classes are held every day from 10am. You can make necklaces, key chains or bracelets,” Mrs Young said.
The cosy little shop has many great gift ideas, with plenty of new stock arriving daily.
Mrs Young said the jewellery classes were only on during the holidays and she encourages everybody, young and old, to join in.
“We all sit on the floor together and we thread beads and chatter about everything and anything,” she said.
Mrs Young’s first two students for her jewellery class were Ciana and Mitchell Tarda, both enjoying making their first ever necklace.
Mitchell said he had a great time at Wezzabels and he also made a key chain.
Mitchell may be just a little to young for car keys but he was considering putting his motorbike key on his handmade project.
His sister Ciana said it was her first time making a necklace and it was really fun.
“It’s fun to sit on the floor and make jewellery with Kerry,” Ciana said.
Mrs Young opened the store the day after her children finished school last year. “I want to have a place where kids can come and learn how to make jewellery and to make it fun,” she said.
For more information phone Kerry Young on 0427 745 402
JEWELLERY CLASSES: Kerry Young with her first two students Ciana and Mitchell Tarda.