Monday, April 4, 2011

PROJECT: craft

Last month, my excellent friend Sarah and I attended a local community craft night entitled "PROJECT: craft."
It was hosted by two local crafty bloggers, Danyelle from dandee and her friend Lindsay, at a local shop called Greenies, which is owned and run by Jenn and her husband from Ruffled Sunshine.

Our tickets arrived in the mail about a week before the event and had us giddy.

The actual night was a thing out of a magazine. We were greeted with nametags,

Seated at these gorgeous tables,

and put to work on these darling craft kits in boxes. A fabric necklace made with wooden beads.

There were little desserts to die for,

Giveaways galore,

and time to work on our own projects after. 
I promise I was much happier than I look in this picture!

Upon our exit, we were treated to a favor bag with a cd featuring the music played for the night (courtesy of the Passionista), and cards from the giveaway sponsors,

a scrumptious cupcake from Sweet P Cakery,

Here we are post-party.
We loved making new friends there and are excited to go again in the fall!

all images (excepting the last) taken from dandee


Anne Marie said...

This looks like an amazing event, Michelle. Loved seeing a picture of you and Sara at the end. Miss you!

TinyStitches said...

Too fun!! I am so glad you went and did this and are planning to go again. Thank you Anne Marie for cluing me in that I actually KNOW both of those extraordinarily cute girls! duh ... it's been years huh. BTW, I taught myself how to make fabric knot necklaces back in Dec. for a RS night ... learning your way looks much better than my stress fest. Someday I'll share pictures. xxoo

Kristen and Alex said...

Wow! That looks like it was really fun! You are so crafty!

Camie said...

Looks so so fabulous!! You two have come a LONG WAY since our first wreath making craft night many a year ago!!

Sariah said...

SO FUN! And look at you! I didn't know you knitted as well! You are so crafty and talents all across the craft world spectrum! You would die (happily) here in UT.