We will be having a Super Craft Saturday, May 2nd from 10 AM to Noon. With Soup and Salad Lunch after our crafts. We have a total of 7 classes to choose from plus we will be having a short exercise demo before lunch in the Cultural Hall.
Here are the crafts:
Portia Walker and Holly Platt will be showing you how to make a variety of cute bows:
Basic Bow $1
Figure eight with flower $1.50
Infant head band $2
Flower on Clip $1
Double ribbon bow $2
They will be bringing you ribbon and flowers - you will need to provide your own buttons and shiny bangles if you want them.
Word wood blocks
These are 4 x 4 wood blocks that you will paint then decoupage the front with paper, you can then either cut letter out of different paper or bring chipboard letters. You can also add ribbon around the block to hide any folds in your paper.
Cost is $3. this is for the wood block (tell us how many you need) and for the shared cost of the decoupage glue, foam brushes, and spary Acrylic sealer.
You will need to bring your craft paper, 2nd sheet of paper for your letters (or chipboard letters), a small can of paint or paint spray (color to match your paper) and Ribbon.
I need someone to take charge of this project - please call me to volunteer. Everything is already set up, but I will be in the Relief Society room with the sewing machines and the knit project.
Emergency Preparedness Bag
This bag was designed by a RS Enrichment Leader after the Northridge Earthquake. Even though many people have flashlights by their bed, after the earthquake struck, nothing was where it had been put. Flashlights were flung across rooms. Glasses that had carefully been placed on nightstands had fallen. It was 4:30 am with no light. No way to look around for items.
She had come up with this as an easy way to confine those items in an earthquake. By just taking an old platemat and an old washcloth she had constructed this hanging storage bag. In the compartments were a flashlight, reading glasses, and a whistle. The whistle is for an emergency - if your roof came down on you, you should be able to reach for it and use
it to call for help.
You will need to bring a sewing machine if you have one, a placemat and a washcloth. There is no additional cost for this, you will be bringing everything you need with you.
Knit handbag with Bamboo handles
Knit/Sew this cute handbag with bamboo handles.
You will need to knit a piece of fabric at least 10" wide x 20" long. The wider your fabric the more you have to gather onto the circular handles. The longer your fabric the deeper your bag. If you choose a loose knit stitch or a funky yarn you may need to line the bag with fabric to make it stable.
You will need to bring your knit fabric at least 10" x 20", a piece of fabric the same size as your knit piece, and a sewing machine if you have one.
There will be an additional charge of $5 for the bamboo handles.
Seed bead Swarovski Crystal Necklace & Earings
Stephanie Dickerman will be showing you how to bead this necklace and earrings.
It's easy to do, it's just one long string of beads. You can choose a green pack or blue pack of beads.
Total cost of the project is $10. for the complete kit. Last day to sign up for this project is April 26th!!
(I borrowed this picture from this etsy shop: http://www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=5046971 )
The one's that Jean makes are mostly pictures. But you can put just about anything in the Resin.
Jean Ginther will be showing you how to make these cool magnets. This is a free project, but you do need to sign up!
Dessert Cooking class
Lisa Caress will be demostrating how make cream puffs and éclairs and filling them with different flavored puddings and
whipped creams. That we will have for Dessert!