The second Reclaimed Crafts workshop is officially over, and we can't believe all of the beautiful projects this time around. Thanks so much for joining us Mimi, Kathleen, Judy and Paula - hope to see you again!
impromptu mini key holder from leftover bead board
array of gorgeous vintage fabric awaits
transformation into napkin rings
mid-creation napkin rings
reclaimed glass tile + vintage book = serving platter
Twist is just around the corner, and we are all about clothespin magnets. Be one of the first 100 folks to attend Friday night or Saturday morning and get a gift bag filled with all sorts of cool stuff, not the least of which is a clothespin magnet and a discount on your next Reclaimed Crafts class! As simple as these are, I never get bored making them. Endless possibilities for materials, quick, beautiful and usable. What a combination. See you at Twist, and in the meantime, here's a preview of some of the clothespin magnets.
class #3 was a whirlwind of project completion. oh boy I sound like a lawyer, don't I? check out these gorgeous coasters and platters made from upcycled glass and ceramic tiles, vintage maps, books and fabric. everyone is leaving the daily grind behind and doing amazing work! stay tuned for our upcoming roster of weekend classes at a beautiful studio space at the Arts and Industry Building in Florence. get a jump start on holiday shopping, and best yet, create your presents instead of buying them!
here's a preview of the next project: vintage round clothespins on reclaimed bead board from an 1800's house in downtown get upcycled as a dishtowel holder.
olive feet for....
an olive themed serving platter
a set of four coasters made using reclaimed ceramic tiles and vintage fabric, all wrapped up and ready to give as a present
more gorgeous coasters: decoupage paper as background,