School hol­i­day crafts

Isis Town and Country - - News -

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.

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