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“12 Days of Craftmas” – Faux Calligraphy and LED Christmas Cards
December 18, 2018 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
One event on December 18, 2018 at 6:00pm
Make two Christmas Cards using Faux Calligraphy and LEDs
Sending a Christmas card has always been the perfect inexpensive option to let a family member or friend know you’re thinking about them this holiday season. Unfortunately, it’s becoming a lost art as people choose to send Grandma a Facebook message on Christmas day instead of the classic card that holds so much more magical meaning. We’ve stepped up the card game this year and bring you the chance to learn faux calligraphy and LED electronics!
For the first time Jacqueline and Karen are teaming up to bring you an exciting new workshop experience! Come learn faux calligraphy in a step by step guide and then deck out your cards with some awesome LEDS! You”ll make not one but TWO Christmas cards to give to a loved one this holiday season.
Duration: 3 hours – you must arrive 15 minutes before the start time to participate
6:00pm – 9:00pm
Maximum # of Participants: 15
Project: Two Christmas Cards
Age: 16+**Please note registration closes 2 hours prior to class**
Come to our workshop if:
- You’ve always wanted to learn the art of calligraphy and hand lettering
- You want to make your card extra magical by adding LED lights
- You know giving a card to someone you bought at the store isn’t as special
In this two part d.i.y workshop you will be introduced to the art of faux calligraphy and be guided through a step by step orientation. You will also learn basic circuitry to add lite up LEDS to enhance your card!
You will successfully complete two Christmas cards using faux calligraphy and LEDs
Not a member? If you love the class and want more shop time we offer great incentives for new members on the day of the workshop.
About the Instructors:
Karen Cancino and Jacqueline Ali
Karen is an artist, technologist and entrepreneur who always strives to empower others to practice the art of making. She began utilizing art as a form of creative expression after a car accident. She teaches classes for the City of Surrey and here at Maker Cube.
Jacqueline is a child and youth care graduate who utilizes art as a form of therapeutic expression for at risk youth. She practices hand lettering, calligraphy and painting, and always aims to inspire others to express their creativity.
Karen and Jacqueline create programs together at Maker Cube, they support each other in their making endeavors they both share a passion for the maker movement and a love of pizza!
What is the age limit for the class?
The minimum age for participants is 16. Do you have children younger than 16? Sign up for our mailing list to get updates on our youth summer camps!
Where can I park?
Maker Cube’s parking lot has ample space available. Should the lot reach capacity, there is street parking along 206A St.
Please arrive 15 minutes before class for sign-in and to ensure it starts on time, those arriving more than 5 minutes late will not be able to participate.
For questions or concerns contact [email protected]