Instructor: Beth Feaser
Tin-punching is a colonial art form that came to America from the British Isles. Because it was inexpensive, tin was a favorite metal to craft candleholders, lanterns, cookie cutters, ornaments, and other light metalwork meant to be used regularly.
In this 3-hour class, Landis Valley Tinsmith Beth Feaser will teach you about cutting, punching, and finishing off a tin luminary. This is a great craft and it’s even better when learned with friends!
- A hammer
- Ice pick or awl
- Old scissors, wire cutters, or tin snips
All other materials are provided.
Beth Feaser, creator of the popular “Tin Lizzie” jewelry and ornaments at the Landis Valley Museum Store, has been practicing and teaching tinsmithing for decades at Landis Valley Village & Farm Museum. Visit the “Daily” page on the museum’s website to find out when you can see her demonstrating her trade at the tin shop.
Register online or download our registration form and return with payment. Cancellation Policy: All materials must be pre-purchased by the instructor; therefore, cancellations can only be refunded prior to sales-end date (November 18). If you registered online through Brown Paper Tickets, you may request a refund through them up to 12 hours after purchase. After that grace period and before the sales-end date, refunds will be issued via a paper check from the Landis Valley Associates, less a $20 non-refundable processing fee. Please contact email@example.com or 717-569-0401 to request your refund. We reserve the right to cancel a class due to insufficient registration. In that case, students can use funds already spent towards the cost of another class or receive a full refund.
|Hours:||1 p.m. – 4 p.m.|
|Cost:||$45 ($40 for Landis Valley Associates members)|
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