Now that Thanksgiving weekend is winding down and the leftovers are almost gone, my thoughts are turning towards holiday gifts. I love the idea of giving homemade gifts that are actually practical, usable items. In fact, that’s part of what inspired Reclaimed Crafts. Every year I’d host Craft Day (or the Longest Day of the Year, as my husband called it), and friends would drop by and create stuff to give. Every year I was reminded of how much I love to craft, and it’s even better when you’re crafting for someone else. This year, come craft with us. We’ll provide all of the materials, instruction, and fun vibe in a great location. You’ll leave with beautiful, handmade gifts, and feeling like you’ve worked your creative muscles. In a good way.
bud vases from recycled and reclaimed bottles and vintage croquet mallets on December 6th at Sticks and Bricks
table runners and napkin rings from upcycled burlap coffee bags, vintage fabrics and recycled buttons on December 11th at the Arts Industry Building
coasters from upcycled ceramic tiles and vintage fabrics on December 14th at Sticks and Bricks
greeting cards from recycled maps, books, magazines; vintage fabrics and rubber stamps on December 17th at the Arts and Industry Building
trays and picture frames with recycled maps, books, magazines; vintage fabrics and rubber stamps on December 17th at the Arts and Industry Building
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