This workshop is sold out. We will do it again in the fall for Thanksgiving & Christmas. Thanks for your interest!
Erin Go Bragh!
Welcome the luck of the Irish to your home, bar, cave with these funny little wine bottle sitters. No sewing required; we're going with Old Reliable (glue guns). As usual we will have piles of fabric, wood cutouts, paints, ribbons, etc. for you to get creative. You're also welcome to bring your own stuff. You do not have to stick with the Irish theme.
Where & When
2290 West Broadway in Idaho Falls
(Next to Rocknaks Hardware, west I.F.)
Friday, February 21st 2020
6:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
What to Expect
This is an easy craft for ages 12 to 112. (Must be 21 to drink alcohol.) Each attendee will have three plain bottles to work with, then enjoy access to a buffet of crafty materials themed to St. Patrick's Day (green, gold, and orange) as well as Easter (pastels). Unfinished wood cutouts can be painted how you like them. You're also welcome to bring your own stuff if you want to go with a particular theme.
Aaron Shadley from Hayden will host our 5-flavor wine tasting. As usual, you can instead order two of any other drink served in The Hollow, including wines, beers, ciders, Cutwater, White Claw, Jackson Hole sodas, Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite, Cream Soda, coffee, tea, or Perrier. More may be purchased.
Tools to Be Used (Provided)
Tools You Need to Bring
Attendees must be 12+ years for this workshop (all workshops are different). Ladies younger than 18 must be accompanied by a legal adult. No children under age 12 may be present in the workshop for this class.
Capacity is limited to 24 attendees. We will work in the Bear & Blue workshop, which is a working creative studio run by a manic artist. So please do not expect a clean, sterile environment. You will be surrounded by works-in-progress for the manufacturing side of the business. We recommend wearing comfy clothes and shoes. Stains are possible with certain projects!
Overflow parking is welcome next door at Rocknak's Hardware during our evening events. You can access our entrance via the patio or front bridge. Watch your step! There's always something under construction around here.