Earth Day Crafternoon with NVCL

A couple of weeks ago I hosted my first Earth Day Crafternoon. We had 60+ participants for our upcycling event at the North Vancouver City Library. We painted rocks and tile samples using Sharpies and paints.

Here are some sample projects using upcycled tiles that were kindly donated by Tom at Urban Repurpose.

I brought a whole box of tiles thinking I would have too many but they were a hit and quickly my stash was gone.

Here's the dude of the Crafternoon. So many swanky crafty projects so he had to make his very own man purse out of bits of cardboard.

A couple of my crafty peeps.

This girl was more excited about helping me clean up than crafting!

One of my favourite partners-in-craft...

He upcycled a couple of tiles but mainly focused on this project using empty paint containers, duct tape and an egg carton.

Even the tile box was used... We had tons of upcycling awesomeness happen!

Rocks painted with letters to spell 'happy'.

This is how everyone should feel about getting crafty and making stuff!

Mother-daughter craft dates are da bomb.

This kewl dude was super chill about getting his photo taken with his projects.

Another super keen helper - this little guy helped put all of the chairs away.

And another great upcycling workshop with North Vancouver City Library has come to an end. Thanks everyone for joining me for a very fabulous event! Here's to next time!

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