Monday, January 11, 2010

Class registration open

Registration is now open for the spring classes that I'm teaching through the UF Leisure Course Program. Spaces are limited, so sign up today!
I'll also be teaching a free workshop at the Micanopy Branch Library on Sunday, January 24 from 2-4 p.m.

"Creating Cool Pendants from Recycled Bottlecaps"
We'll transform recycled bottle caps using paper, foil, glitter, and small 3D elements, then seal them with non-toxic resin. The finished products can be used as necklaces, pet tags, zipper pulls, or whatever. I'll provide all materials, though it would be helpful for you to bring your own pair of scissors, and any favorite papers or small charms. You'll need to return to the library four days later to pick up your final piece, since the resin needs several days to cure.


Kristin said...

I love your blog name, how cute and sassy ;-) This is a fun blog, I like seeing old things get a new facelift!
Good Luck with SYTYC. I am also on there and excited to see who goes through to the next round!

kim taylor - - - the sassy crafter said...

Thanks, Kristin! I was poking around on your blog too -- very cute. I hope your poor fingers recovered from the goopy melted velvet.

And I know -- isn't it exciting to think about being a part of SYTYC? Fingers crossed that we make it!

Kristin said...

Kim, the scallop circle quilt IS done with a die cut machine, I cant even imagine hand cutting all those scallops!

Linda @ Craftaholics Anonymous said...

Hi Kim,
Just wanted to stop by and say good luck in sytyc! You are very talented. Can't wait to see more of your projects :)

kim taylor - - - the sassy crafter said...

Thanks, Linda! Your blog is fantastic and chock full of good projects, so I think you've got a great shot at being selected for SYTYC.

Anonymous said...

Good luck on the try outs for sytyc! I am up in the running as well and it's so exciting and nerve racking...and you would be a great competitor...hopefully I make it!!!! ANd hopefully you do to! Good luck! Shannon


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