Something has definitely been missing from our wardrobe! Something with chic shine! A little 50′s style granny glitz!
Have you been feeling the same way?
Well, if you have…you should join us for this totally adorable project!
We’ll be making a lovely DIY collar! These beautiful accents pull together any outfit with a little shine and neat, chic lines. We’ll offer a couple different styles and you can decide which one works best for you!
And the sweater chains! Oh my, these are addictive little darlings!
Hold a sweater, coat, or jacket together! Or even better, you can add these to your handbag or even a pocket. No matter how you decide to use them, you’ll be thrilled with how sweet they are!
You’ll leave with not one, but two new additions to your neckline!
As usual, we’ll be covering all the materials! The metallic faux leather, chain, jump rings, tools and shiny baubles!
We’ll be meeting at Three Kings on January 27th from 1-5 PM.
The cost of this project is $25 and we ask that you register via this link!
Bring a little extra dough for a cocktail, beer or soda! And don’t forget – bring something to snack on that you don’t mind sharing!
Let’s kick off 2013 with something to add a little pop to your ensemble! Don’t miss it!
Do you like beer? Of course, you do! Who doesn’t? We live in Colorado for heaven’s sake!
Colorado peeps know their beer and Ben Gardner, of Beer at Home, is one of those guys that has a passion for brewing and a willingness to teach others about it.
It’s been a long time coming, but after teaming up with Ben, PJ Hoberman of Denver Off the Wagon, and Bess Dougherty from Total Beverage…we’re ready to offer NINJA BREWING! Continue reading
Crafting can be revolutionary.
There are skills that one can have in their repertoire that can come in handy for making a difference.
We like to think that every getdown the Denver Craft Ninjas have leads to a new skill, an exciting obsession, a committed hobby! That, in and of itself, is a revolutionary thing!
Spencer Keralis, of Laughing Mouse Press, considers paste paper and book binding “technologies”. We met up on Sunday, at Three Kings’ Phoenix Gallery, and Spencer taught us the application of a practical skill – a technology – that has historical roots in revolution!
I love the idea of craft with purpose.
Crafting without objective, direction, a plan…well, it can quickly turn into a mess.
The people at How to Get What You Want are masters of turning crafty endeavors into something amazing!
Recently, they posted how to make DIY fabric speakers.