Felt Succulent Garden Workshop - Online Sept. 19
  • Felt Succulent Garden Workshop - Online Sept. 19
  • Felt Succulent Garden Workshop - Online Sept. 19
  • Felt Succulent Garden Workshop - Online Sept. 19
Felt Succulent Garden Workshop - Online Sept. 19
54.00
In this workshop, you will learn to create three types of felt succulents and 'plant them' in a vertical wall garden. This class is perfect for all levels of craftiness and gardening skills. After registration, you can order your accompanying kit to create a garden filled with beautiful brown thumb-friendly, drought-tolerant, water-saving felt succulents. Use your new ‘gardening’ skills to create tablescapes, festival crowns, and more. No experience necessary! Ages 14+.

Saturday, Sept. 19th, 2020
11am-1pm Online via Zoom
Class only: $54
Kit: $14 +ship
See below for important kit information
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After registering for this workshop, please purchase a kit here by Saturday, September 12 to ensure on time delivery. 

You will need the materials in this kit to participate in the workshop.

All kits will ship on September 14. This is a virtual workshop on Saturday, September 19.

https://www.feedthefishco.com/store/p396/succulentgarden.html

The Felt Succulent Garden kit includes enough materials to design one 8.5" x 6.5" garden box:

  • An 8.5" x 6.5" garden box
  • Assorted felt (acrylic and wool-blend felt in a succulent palette; colors may vary from the photographs)
  • Templates
  • Instructions

You will also need the following items (also available in our shop!):

An email with Zoom login information will be sent to you prior to September 19th. We can't wait to craft with you!
 
About your instructor:

Erin Garcia Mañalac is a crafting superstar, teaching classes, leading crafty parties, and sharing all her creative projects and adventures on her craftsyle blog Crafterateur.

Raised in Duarte, California, Erin grew up scrapbooking and making handmade greeting cards for friends and family. She now makes and creates in the San Francisco Bay Area where she officially started her handmade business Feed the Fish co. By day Erin works as an Epidemiologist coming up with creative ways to encourage healthy living (she’s also the office’s resident crafter), and by evenings and weekends she’s making and creating felt goodies for her handmade business and planning crafty workshops and parties. She primarily works with felt for her line of retail goods, but also enjoys macrame, weaving, watercolor, and paper crafts. Erin loves all things DIY, sandals year round, and heart-shaped everything.

 TL; DR: Erin likes to make stuff! 

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