Still Time to Sign Up for this Saturday’s Workshop
I’m shooting off a very quick post today to let you know there is still time to sign up for this Saturday’s workshop on creating glass garden art with artistic embellishments!
Saturday, Sept 10, 2016
11 am to 1 pm
Broad Brook, CT
Cost: $35 pp (includes all supplies needed)
We will be re-purposing wine bottles (fun) and using various eclectic pieces to create a wind chime, or it can be designed to be a beautiful piece of art to hang in your garden or in your home. This is also a great item to make as a gift for someone special.
Laura Sinsigallo of “timefliesbylauralie”, is our hosted speaker once again. She makes amazing art and appears at many shows selling her unique items. We are super glad to have the opportunity to learn from her again. The techniques you learn may be repeated over and over again so many ways.
Cost and What’s Included:
The cost is $35 pp and includes the pre-cut wine bottle, wire, embellishments, and more. The time is 11 am to about 1 pm – and you may pay at the workshop (cash or check). All you need to bring is wire cutters or sharp scissors. There will be extra items if you wish to add more decor available for purchase as well.
If interested, text me at 860-977-9473 or reply to this email. Location is 72 Harrington Road, Broad Brook, CT 06016. We will be serving lite snacks and drinks too. What more could you ask for?! We will be holding the workshop outdoors in a very large garage.
I always enjoy this time with our attendees (newbies and non-newbies) and if you happen to be free and want to join us, please do. The class has seven attendees right now and we can definitely add more. Attendees will be receiving coupons and more goodies as well.
One last thing – when you sign up – we need to know the theme style you want (FISH, Heart or Butterfly) – as seen in the photo above of a prototype. Also, to see more, just visit our workshops site – there are details and photos, and links to Galleries of past workshops with many photos.
Thank you – Cathy Testa
www.WorkshopsCT.com – for more info and details
Be on the look out for more Upcoming Workshops too – We have a potential workshop on Oct 8th for the Pumpkin Season providing we have enough attendees – so express interest now, and we have a Soil Sprouts class in November, and the Kissing Ball Workshop in December. All is detailed on the www.WORKSHOPSCT.com blog site. See you soon.