Thanks to everyone who e-mailed and expressed their desire to join the Craft Soirée
that I wrote about in this previous entry
. I’ve gathered my thoughts on this and I think this summer will be the perfect time for creative crafting souls to unite! Read on to find out more.
What is the Craft Soirée all about?
The Craft Soirée will be whole day gathering of people who (1) make things & (2) want to make things. There will be a brunch craft exchange for the crafters, where we all get to talk, hangout, and exchange our handmade gifts; and the afternoon will be an exhibit/bazaar of all of the crafters’ products, and will be open to those who want to LEARN through a series of craft demonstrations.
Saturday, 05 May 2012
Craft Exchange: 11am to 1pm
Workshops: 2pm onwards
Pipino! 39 Malingap Street, Teachers Village, QC
(where else? haha :P)
Do you make Crafts?
Whether you make beautiful calligraphy, framed artworks, sewed stuffed toys, quilted linens, or recycled and upcycled home accents, as long as it is handmade and made by YOU, then you are most welcome to join the craft exchange!
There will be 15 open slots for crafters. Your “entrance ticket” will be 15 crafts/gifts (preferably 1 kind of product, although colors may vary) that you will exchange with other crafters. In the end, each crafter brings home 15 other crafts, and a goodie bag!
If you wish to join the craft exchange, please send photos of your work/crafts, and a brief description of what you plan to make as your gift. Remember that you must make these crafts yourself!
Do you want to Learn?
Sign up here. Slots for the workshops will also be limited, so be sure to send in your name & contact number! Want to teach a craft? Send me an e-mail!
Do you have a product that you want to promote?
This will be the perfect opportunity to share your product with the crafting community! We are accepting product samples that can be included in the goodie bags for all the attendees.
Please send all information to lifeafterbreakfast.blog(at)gmail(dot)com!
I’m super excited for this! Hope you can help spread the word! 🙂