Mothers Day’s workshop

It’s been a busy couple of  weekes. With 3 big events right in a row I haven’t had the chance to keep up here on the blog. I have been trying to keep  you all updated by posting over on Instagram but today I am so excited to finally share a few more photos from our Mother’s day workshop I hosted with Jessica at the Minneapolis studio over Mothers Day weekend.

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Melissa from The Faux Martha spoiled us once again with her amazing culinary skills and treated all the girls with her amazing mini donuts with of course, pink frosting.

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It’s not a party without Shop Sweet Lulu  accessories; like these white cake stands, black striped napkins and yellow straws.

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A pink cart was filled with succulents that we planted into our painted mason jars, a perfect gift to give Mom.

Be-Crafty-May15_12The studio was layered with so many pretty pastel colors. I loved seeing all the projects being created and all the different color combinations being used .

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workshoppaintEveryone created 3 project throughout the afternoon:

1. Fabric wrapped bird hoop with pom poms ||  2. Painted mason jar filled with a planted succulent ||  3. Pattern paper envelope inserts + card

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Be-Crafty-May15_21It’s so fun getting to meet new local crafty girls. Such a fun group to spend the afternoon with.  Be-Crafty-May15_24

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Photos by Jessica of Jeff loves Jessica Photography

A big thanks to our  sponsors: Recipe for Crazy || Maggie Holmes ||The white house girls  who spoiled us with their handmade goodies in our swag bags.

  • June 3, 2015 - 12:35 pm

    Tere - Hello Amanda! It’s Tere from Be Crafty @ Friday Harbor. I’m new to your blog and wow…wow…WOW!! So much inspiration, my heart is exploding. I plan to spend the weekend reading it all and taking good notes. Thanks for the inspiration and sharing your love for all beautiful things. xoxoReplyCancel

  • June 11, 2015 - 8:42 pm

    Lisa P - Love everything you do! Please come to the east coast (PA). Just wondering how you attached the twig to the middle of the fabric-wrapped bird hoop? Hot glue or is it just wedged in there? Thank you!ReplyCancel

    • June 24, 2015 - 7:18 am

      amandarydell@gmail.com - Hi Lisa,
      I just used hotglue and made sure the stick was pretty tight in length.ReplyCancel

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