Make Your Own Hypertufa Garden Planters
You've probably seen them in your favorite gardening magazine ~ and now you have the opportunity to make your own! These weathered-looking stone trough containers make a beautiful accent for smaller plants in your garden, or on your patio or deck. The cement makes them sturdy, while peat moss and perlite make them light (so you don't have to worry that it will be too heavy for you to move). A decorative and functional addition to any garden or patio!
Class Limit: 12
Make Your Own Leaf Birdbaths
Do you love gardening and crafts? Combine your two loves in this class. Birds and other wildlife will love this new addition to your garden. Learn how to make a sand-cast concrete leaf sculpture that can be used to hold rainwater or birdseed. Add an artistic and practical piece to your garden or patio. Also makes a wonderful present to give someone who loves nature!
Class Limit: 12
Monthly "Crafter's Circle" Group
Do you have an unfinished craft project you'd like to make some progress on? Do you enjoy crafting when others are around, in a social setting? Come to this monthly group gathering where there is no instruction, but you can bring whatever project you want to work on while hanging out with others in our "creatives helping creatives" community. (Virtual option via Zoom for those who live further away, but would like to connect over crafts.)
In-Person Group Limit: 12
Virtual Zoom Group Limit: None
Hypertufa Garden Planters
I have a lot of ideas for new classes that I can offer, as well as a couple "oldies" that I taught in the past but never were announced on my old website. *ALSO* for those of you who are interested, I will be considering workshops that are taught by other craft people who want to share their knowledge.
Potential Workshops to be added in upcoming months (maybe weeks):
For more information or to register for a workshop, please contact me directly. As new workshops are scheduled, their descriptions, dates, times, and fees will be all be posted here, as well as instructions on how to register. And when you call to register, please be sure to give your email address, so I can provide you with additional information, including a list of supplies to bring to class.
Is there something you would like to teach? Please contact me so we can have a conversation about that!