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No, we're not being morbid. But it's our invite to dive into the world of DIY and find out how beautiful crafts are made. Get crafty and don’t let your curiosity idle. Nurture your creativity and you may even leave with a gift for yourself or a friend!

On 16 Jan, we have 10 workshops for you to select!

See the individual description of the workshops below for more details.

Payment to be made at door on the day.

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Update: Mixed Media and Silkscreen Intro workshops have been cancelled. Sorry for the inconvenience caused.

Workshop 3: Make yourself a paper rose

Using paper with nice texture, join us to make a rose attached on a MDF board frame for a complete displayable handcraft within 2 hours!

Open to all ages, but if you are below 12 years old, you must come with your legal guardian.

Fee: $120 per participant

Workshop 4: Shrink My Badges!

Get ready to explore and learn more about yourself through doing polyshrink badges! Draw an image that you have brainstorm onto a piece of polyshrink paper, bake it and turn it into a badge or a keychain if you are looking for alternatives.

Fee: $20 per participant

Workshop 5: Fuzzy Fun Hats

Learn how to make your own Heads of State Millinery’s popular fuzzy wire hats out of bendy pipecleaner wires. Choose between cute party hats, chic cocktail hats, classic top or bowler hats and many more!

Suitable for 11 years old and up.

Fee: $48 per participant

Workshop 6: Hangmade by Gladys

Fabric is the main media of work at Hangmade by Gladys. It can be used to create different kind of plushies, cushions, decorations, bags, accessories and so on.

At this workshop, learn how to sew a small fabric owl bag charms by hand. Put on your thinking cap, apply your creativity and skills learned during the workshop to create owls of different shapes and sizes according to your liking!

Fee: $15 per participant

Workshop 7: Balloon sculpture & kids crafts

“Nobody can be uncheered with a balloon.” – Winnie The Pooh

Come and learn some balloon sculpting and the methods of twisting. Each participant is limited to 10 balloons. There will be free airbrush tattoo for particpants as well!

You can choose 3 types of class:

1. Learn 1 balloon twisting and foam art

· Sword

· Foam art of decoration/ornaments

2. Balloon sculpturing for kids group: 6 to 10 years old

They will learn 3 balloon twisting.

· Sword

· Gun

· Big flower

· Bonus: Flower bracelet

3. Balloon sculpturing for (amateur) adult group: 11 years old and above (45mins)

· Sword

· Gun

· Big flower

· Flower bracelet

· Crown hat

Fee: $30 per participant


Workshop 8: Crepe Paper Roses

Everyone loves Roses! So what if they lasted forever! Come and learn to make Paper Roses which look Real-Like and will last for a really long time!

Get to learn the basis techniques of using crepe paper and techniques of detailing the flower. A pattern sheet will be provided for rose making and step by step instructions will be given to make Crepe paper Rose stems.

You will be provided enough material to make a bunch of 7 Roses. Take the skills and materials home if you are not able to complete it in the class!

Be sure to come early to grab your favourite choice of colours paper as materials will be distributed at ‘First Come First Serve’ basis. There will be 15 red, 5 pink, 2 yellow, 2 white and 2 purple sets.

There will also be Craft paper to cover your Bunch in a cone bouquet.

(Please note that take home material will not include basic tools like Scissors, Glue etc.)

Fee: $68 per participant

Fee Includes:

All materials/tools required for the class will be provided. Flower material- Red Paper, Green Floral tape, Floral Wire
Other (Studio use ONLY) - Scissors, Glue, Thread, Craft paper for Bouquet

Workshop 9: Felt Succelents Workshop

Participants will be making four (4) different types of succulents (cacti family) that can be placed on terracota pots, in a wooden box or in a paper mache shadow box. They are so pretty and everylasting and will beautify a space immediately!

Fee: $78 per participant

Workshop 10: Felt Ornaments Workshop

Shouting out to animal lovers! Come and join us to make your own felted animal keychains/brooches during the 3-hours workshop. The ornaments will be done via handsewing but don’t worry as no sewing experience is required even beginners from age 9 are suitable for the workshop.

Fee: $35 per participant

Workshop 11: Quilling for CNY and Valentine’s Day

Quilling is an intricate craft which involves rolling and shaping narrow strips of paper to form beautiful designs. Traditionally, it is used for decorating surfaces, greeting cards, invitation cards etc but modern quillers further use it to design jewellery, accessories and other useful products.


It is an extremely fun, easy and ‘addictive’ craft to take up which can be practiced by people of all age groups and gender and requires no special skills.
In this workshop, you will be learning how to create special motifs such as lanterns, hearts and flowers and create their own pattern of either greeting card or pendant in lieu of upcoming Chinese New Year and Valentine’s Day and taking home their creations.

There will be plenty of other finished designs and pieces for their inspiration too. All materials will be provided.

The artist Priyanka Gupta Sarvaiya has been a quiller for 8 years now and works with paper to create everything from greeting cards, photo frames, pendants and earrings to designing artworks for reputed agencies.All materials will be provided. The craft is suitable for all age groups and genders. Kids must be 8+
The participants only need to bring enthusiasm as everything else will be provided and they can take home their creations.
Duration - Approx. 2 hrs

Fee: $15 per participant

Workshop: 12: Dreamcatchers Workshop

Dreamcatchers originated with the Ojibwe people and were later adopted by some neighbouring nations through intermarriage and trade.

Storytellers speak of the Spider Woman, known as Asibikaashi; she took care of the children and the people on the land. Eventually, the Ojibwe Nation spread to the corners of the world and it became difficult for Asibikaashi to reach all the children. So the mothers and grandmothers would weave magical webs for the children, so that Asibikaashi could protect them through the dreamcatchers.
The Ojibwe believe that a dreamcatcher changes a person’s dreams. Good dreams would pass through and slide down the feathers to the sleeper, bad dreams would stay in the net, disappearing with the light of day.

Learn to make dreamcatchers for your loved ones, to ensure they have nothing but good dreams!

In this class you will learn the basics of making a dreamcatcher, allowing you to get creative and materialize even greater designs as you progress along.

Fee: $35 per participant

Fee Includes
• All materials: hoop, string, feathers, beads
• The workshop duration is 1 hour 15 mins
• Age Requirement: 5 and older

Event Timeline
Sat Jan 16, 2016
1:00 PM - 10:00 PM SGT
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Venue
*SCAPE HubQuarters
Tickets
Make yourself a paper rose
Shrink My Badges!
Fuzzy Fun Hats
Hangmade by Gladys
Balloon sculpture & kids crafts
Crepe Paper Roses
Felt Succulents Workshop
Felt ornaments workshop
Quilling for CNY and Valentine's Day
Dreamcatcher Workshop
Venue Address
2 Orchard Link Singapore
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*SCAPE Co. Ltd
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