Saturday December 7, 2013 from 12 noon to 10 pm
10 hours of non-stop handmade action under one crafting roof!
25 artists and designers teaching how to make cool stuff!
Ceramic mugs, shrinky dinks, book folding, paper arts, jewelry, holiday ornaments
DIY Donut Decorating Station
Live Music and DJâ€™s music
Food Trucks 4-8pm
Crafty Business Seminar with Kathy Cano-Murillo: The Crafty Chica 5pm
1300 N. College Ave. Tempe, AZ 85281
$5 general admissionÂ /Â Kids 12 and younger are free!
Project Prices range from Free to $5, $10 or $15
This workshop will offer up-cycle projects for used t-shirts. Each participant will be invited to bring in worn-out, old, stained, used t-shirts to create personalized projects. Join the funÂ atÂ The City of Glendale at Westgate Summer Camp for hands-on instruction, supplies includedÂ (bring a tee-shirt to create personalized projects)
Have a t-shirt at home that you are ready to toss? Hold onto it for this workshop. Participants will learn how to cut apart used, worn-out, stained or just plane old t-shirts and turn them into all kids of projects including animals, aprons, electronic carrying cases, tote bags, wearable art, yarn and more. Note: The yarn will be transformed into accessory to wear and for room dÃ©cor. Items will be hand sewn, glued or ironed together.
Each participant will leave with handmade art created out of t-shirts and instructions to continue the creative fun at home. So the good times donâ€™t have to end when the workshop does!
AGES:Â This workshop is for ages 9 – 14
DATES: Mon. July 29 thru Thurs. Aug 1 (four hours per day)
LOCATION: City of Glendale, Arizona – Westgate Entertainment District
I used rubber stamps of mason jars, stamped them onto paper, scanned them into the computer, cleaned them up and blew the scale up to a larger size. Then I printed the graphic jars onto white card stock. I had the participants cut the jars out and glue them on three sides down to a colored card stock, leaving the top open so a paper note could be tucked in. Then they decorated each of their jars. They made some amazing projects! Here are the sample I created. I will post theirs into another post soon.