Adult Craft Night @ Ruiz - December

Monday, December 9
Ruiz Branch Library
1600 Grove Blvd.
Who: Adults interested in crafting
What: Ornaments!

Please join us for our third annual ornament extravaganza! I'm not sure any of us can believe it is actually December (where did this year go?!) If you're anything like me, you're starting to panic because you haven't actually started your holiday shopping. Well, panic no more! Attend craft night to create a bevy of delightful ornaments that double as perfect homemade gifts.

This year we will experiment with glass ornaments, fabric scraps, and Modge Podge as well as our traditional focus on felt. We will have several templates available, but you are also able to design your own creations. As always, all supplies are provided.  We hope you can join us.

Related Books:
Cover of the book Fa la la la felt : 45 handmade holiday decorations
By Amanda Carestio.
Machine, hand-sewn and a few no-sew designs include ornaments, decorations and stockings.
Cover of the book Modern holiday : deck the halls with 18 sewing projects : quilts, stockings, decorations & more
By Amanda Murphy.
Dress up your home in something fresh for the holidays! These quilts and holiday decorations use all your skills: piecing, appliqué, and hand embellishment. And you can make many of the quilts for any season with a simple change of fabrics!
Cover of the book Mollie makes Christmas : living and loving a handmade holiday.
Presents step-by-step instructions for a variety of Christmas-themed projects, including a amigurumi style crochet reindeer, a felt ruffle door wreath, a paper-fold Christmas tree, and hand-embroidered bauble gift bags.
Cover of the book Deck the halls : Christmas notecards, labels, ornaments, and other festive & fun holiday projects
By edited by Katy McColl ; illustrations by Rebecca Schmidt.
"Celebrate Christmas in charming homespun style ... with ideas for trimming the tree, whipping up tasty treats and homemade gifts."

Originally posted: Tuesday, December 3, 2013

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