Mom's Day Crafternoon at NVCL

A couple of weekends ago, I hosted a Mother's Day Crafternoon at the North Vancouver City Library. It was the quietest workshop we've had in ages. We had 30+ participants compared to our usual 50+. With so many fun, free events happening in North Vancouver it wasn't a big surprise!

I had 25+ tin cans and 40+ plastic bottles to upcycle... Ya gotta prepare for the big attendance just in case it happens! We made planters and other kewl projects out of 'junk'. I also had cardboard for gift tags, etc.

Here's a new participant who brought her Mom and grandparents along. She also won one of my samples and was the winner of Jose's latest origami masterpiece.

Here they are together... Jose is always making the workshop participants happy.

This is his latest creation... It's stunning!

We had a bunch of new crafty peeps pop in to make upcycling magic happen. These guys made planters with one side being the happy face and the other side being the grumpy, growly face.

It was a small group but a rocking group... We crafted, we sparkled and we made awesomeness for Mom. Here's to our next Crafternoon at NVCL - dates TBD. Stay tuned!

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