Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Mark your calendars for October 15!

On October 15 I've got a fun event scheduled with the gals from the Arthouse Mosaic Studio and Blue Apple Gallery near Seattle. Sherri Robbins and Patty McCauley have side-by-side businesses in Richmond Beach and they're determined to make the north end a "groovier" place for artists. Sherri's flower pot above is proof that she is all about getting her groove on...

They are in the process of lining up classes and other social events to develop a community of artists and provide creative inspiration for beginners and more experienced artists and crafters alike.

I'm thrilled to be doing a cool demo on Thursday, October 15 from 6:30 to 8:30pm. And the best part? You get to play along and take your treasure home with you.

I've got about a gabillion ideas for demos...leave me a Comment with your favorite and the one with the most votes wins:

1. Hand-stamped muslin ribbon

2.Stitched paper bookmarks - BIG WINNER FOR DEMO!!!!!!!

3. Funky face drawing and watercolor painting

It's's's GROOVY!

The address is:

621 NW Richmond Beach Rd (above 20 minutes north of Seattle)

From I-5, take the 175th street exit and go left, right on Aurora, left onto 185th Street (which becomes Richmond Beach Road) for 1 mile, then make a left into the mini mall behind the 76 gas station.


junkrescuerbeth said...

Boy, oh boy - you and Sherri wasted absolutely no time in cooking something fun up! I vote for the stitched book marks, cause what demo-giver doesn't like to lug her sewing machine from here to there in the evening. All the ideas sound really fab!

Beth of Salvage Studio

Salvage Studio said...

Oh what fun...any of the above ideas would be just peachy. Cindy, you are such a good teacher and always have a gabillion ideas that attendees will have a blast!


karen w said...

I vote for the paper bookmark!!Thanks for the info about the mosaic gallery, something i've always wanted to do!! I hope to be there.

Cindy Pestka said...

Thanks for the fun comments. And Beth, given that you lug an entire garageful of repurposed items to each of your sales events, I guess I shouldn't complain about a single sewing machine!

Bookmarks it is!

Anonymous said...

I'm coming. Should I bring my sewing machine?
TerryB - Sherri's neighbor

junkrescuerbeth said...

Hope your event at Art House went really well!

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Beth of Salvage Studio