Class Schedule
Class Schedule
Fun Fused Glass Pendants or Magnets Class

Come play with glass in this easy, fun class. Create a fused glass
pendant or magnet with pre-cut Dichroic glass (which means “two
colors,” pronounced dye-cro-ick), as well as powder and frit made from
crushed glass. Add words by writing with markers that permanently
fuse onto glass. As easy as decorating a homemade pizza!

Choose a pendant or a magnet backing in class. Tools will be
provided; however, you are welcome to bring your own toolbox. Work
parties, girls’ night out, bridal showers & birthday parties are welcome.
Pendants and magnets are ready in about eight days.

Fun Fused Glass Party
30 Pendants, Magnets, or Combination, Flat Rate
Create dichroic fused glass pendants or magnets at the location of
your choice. Course fee: $275. All materials included. Travel fee: First
two-hours round-trip free, then $50/hour. 1 session. 90 minutes. 30
pendants. No experience necessary. All ages: adults, and children
ages nine and up. Children ages 9-12 must be supervised one-on-one
by an adult.
1-10 students make 3 pendants or magnets each
11-15 students make 2
16-30 students make 1

Please contact Deenie Pacik Giuliano to schedule a pendant or
magnet class at the site of your choice,,
(401) 919-5969.

Upcoming Classes at the Women’s Inspiration Nest (WIN):

Create Your Own Fused Glass Bowl
Fused Glass  6-Inch Bowl
6-Inch Bowl, 3-Inch Dish,
and Pendants ready to be
Fired in Kiln
Designing & Gluing Fused
Glass Pendants
Finished Fused
Glass Pendants
Ready to Start Creating
Fused Glass Fired in
Glass Kiln
Finished Fused Glass Bowl
Family Fun
Designing with Paint
Mothers and Daughters
Rhode Island Artist
Deenie Pacik Giuliano

February, 2016

Subject: Wonderful, well-priced program

Not sure how many of you received this message from Deenie Pacik, but we
followed up and invited her to lead a workshop this morning. For $160 she
provided instruction, materials, mileage, and postage (participants make one
or more glass pendants, which she then fires in her studio in RI and mails
back). The program attracted school-age kids (with adult helpers) through
retirees. Everyone had a great time. Best part: we filled the workshop with 30
people and turned away several more—so we’re looking at having Deenie back
again. (30 is the limit because that’s what her kiln will hold. Talk to her or see
her website for specifics.)


Kelly Collins, MA, MLIS
Bolton Public Library

February, 2016

Hi Deenie,

Thank you again for such a fun and interesting class yesterday.  You're awfully
good at wrangling a room full of varied ages and attention spans! ...

Best regards,

Carol E., RN, MBA