On January 17 I hosted 13&1's very first sign workshop and it was a great success. So much so that not even a week later, the next sign workshop for March is 90% sold out already. I am completely humbled that this is such a hit in the community.
I like to do workshops that I, myself would sign up for. That and being in a small community with great creative minds, making sure activities do not overlap and do not share the same outline too. Some days it has its challenges, but so to does walking and chewing gum!
The workshop went from 6-9pm at the cost of $50 a person. Included in the cost of a workshop is snacks and refreshments.
With each workshop there is a learning curve. Thank you to all who came out and stuck through the couple of hiccups we encountered.
a) a light hand with stain is always recommended if you want it to dry quickly.
b) I will be purchasing hair dryers to speed the process along.
c) after 3 craft store failures in carrying the proper vinyl.... just order it on line
d) Country Chic paint is thicker than regular craft paint and it doesn't bleed as much
e) Warkworth is filled with amazing people.
Hi, i'm jodi!
I am a wife to a railroader, mother to two daughters, caretaker of two Golden Retrievers and a Himalayan cat. I live in a small town with a big heart. I enjoy antiquing, furniture re-habbing, D.I.Y's and painting.