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Wednesday, February 6, 2013

3 more Valentines workshops coming!!!!

Workshop #1 coming this Friday!

Join me at Ruths Table where I am fortunate to be the Artist in Residence. This Friday the Feb 8th from 6:30-8:30 pm we are hosting a Craft party to make Valentines at Register online or at the door. As usual we craft green using all sorts of fabulous material saved from the landfill!!!! We are going to decorate candy bags made from ordinary envelopes, construct heart zipper pins and more...
Sue's Tasty Treats will be there! And we will have a raffle too.

The bird is made from wall paper and the red heart from a paint chip. The zipper pins are easy to make for gifts.

Workshop #2
If you live in Marin-- this one is for you!!!!    Saturday from 12-2 pm at the O'hanlon Center for the Arts
Join us at the for a Saturday afternoon workshop at the beautiful O'hanlon Center.
Just like at Ruth's Table you will have the opportunity to make zipper pins and fabulous DIY valentines
cards. I am bringing two suitcases of goods of interesting paper, fabric, twine, wallpaper to create one of a kind Valentines. And the typewriter bar too.

Workshop #3
SCRAP fundraiser this Sunday!!!!!
A live band, food and a Valentine Workshop with the Typewriter Bar!!! Use the cool stuff from and make some Valentines....

So EVERYONE I hope you can join me at one of these great workshops this weekend. It will be so much fun!!!

This card is made from items bought at
Made from a coffee bag, velvet remnant and twill tape. I bought a GIANT roll and
it will last forever!

These are some of the Valentines we made this past Saturday at the Bethany United Methodist Church.

Repurposed materials used: wall paper, library file cards, discarded books, coffee sleeves, junk mail, maps, music sheets, fabric remnants, twine, buttons, coffee sack and more! Many of these cards were donated to a shelter for women and children in transition from domestic abuse. It was great to make and SHARE! Thank you
Gloria for inviting Dorothy Yuki and myself to host this event. It was a lot of fun and the participants were very creative and people had a great time.