Christee Ballard, a member of Team Nunn, is the troop leader to Girl Scout Troop 40815. Her troop earned their jewelry making badge last week as Christee and I taught a couple of the Nunn Design Techniques.
Inspiring and Nurturing our Daughters’ Creativity
It was a lot of fun to teach this group of 8th grade girls. My daughter, Emillia (shown on the left) and Christee’s daughter Katie (shown on the right) are both members of this troop.
Transfer Sheets and UV Resin
First we taught the girls the technique of Transfer Sheets with UV Resin. The girls were able to select and cut out their transfer images, transfer those images onto Nunn Design Flat Tags and then pour Gel du Soleil over the top to create a finished charm.
After they made the transfer image charms, they learned how to open and close a jump ring and how to assemble their charms into finished necklaces. Here is the necklace that my daughter Emillia created.
All of the necklaces came out great, I just didn’t think to take any photographs!!
Glitter Roxs and Gel du Soleil
Next we taught the girls how to use Glitter Roxs with Gel du Soleil to make additional charms to add to their necklaces.
On both projects the girls did amazingly well. It was a lot of fun for Christee and I to fulfill the Nunn Design mission of inspiring and nurturing creativity with Girl Scout Troop 40815.
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