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2511 East 6th St, Bldg 4 Unit A
Austin, TX 78702

Austin's favorite stationery shop and workshop studio.

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07.28.18 — Hello Color D.I.Y. Workshop


07.28.18 — Hello Color D.I.Y. Workshop


Workshop taught by: Rachel with The Crafted Life

Date: Saturday, July 28th

Time: 1pm-2:30pm

Love color and D.I.Y.s? This workshop is for you!

Add a little color to your home with this DIY Wall Art workshop! We’ll be recreating a DIY from the new book Hello Color with the author Rachel Mae Smith. Using the paper cut method (inspired by Matisse), learn how to turn simple materials into a work of art.

The project can be as simple or complex as you’d like it to make it, making it the perfect activity for beginner makers, crafting experts, and everyone in between!

Each student will leave with a framed piece of art. Bring your copy of Hello Color or buy one on site to get it signed! 

What you'll get (and keep): 

  • 1.5hrs of personalized workshop instruction + FUN

  • D.I.Y. Supplies

  • Frame

  • Sips

  • 10% off The Paper + Craft Pantry retail

All workshop sales are final- no refunds or exchanges.  Ticket sales will end 24 hours prior to workshop.

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Rachel Mae Smith is a lifestyle writer, photographer, and author of the popular blog The Crafted Life. Her work centers on making fun and colorful projects, using accessible items and techniques to help readers create items that convey personal style without the stress.

Her work has been featured in Martha Stewart Living, Better Homes & Garden, and Real Simple among others. When she's not brushing glitter out of her hair, you can find her exploring and color hunting around the world.