Thu, Feb 09|
Bayside Historical Society
Craft Night: Make a Shamballa Macrame Bracelet
In this fun jewelry-making workshop, crafter Elaine Miller will show you how to create a beautiful and meaningful hand-knotted bracelet.
Time & Location
Feb 09, 7:30 PM – 9:30 PM
Bayside Historical Society, 208 Totten Ave, Queens, NY 11359, USA
About The Event
Cost: $25 BHS members; $30 non-members
In this fun jewelry-making workshop, crafter Elaine Miller will show you how to create a beautiful and meaningful Shamballa macrame bracelet.
A Shamballa bracelet is a hand-knotted bracelet from Tibetan Buddhism and stands for unconditional love, freedom and strength. Shamballa is the Mythical Kingdom located north of the Himalayas close to Tibet. The bracelets remind the wearer of the importance of unconditional love and mercy, living with an open heart and giving and receiving trust. The characteristics of the stones used give the wearer protection, strength, energy and a sense of decisiveness and determination.
Supplies and materials are included in the cost of the workshop. Participants will take home their handiwork at the end of the class.
General admission, BHS member
Shamballa macrame bracelet workshop with Elaine Miller$25.00
General admission, non-member
Shamballa macrame bracelet workshop with Elaine Miller$30.00