Saturday, May 17, 2014

Plaster Play - June 14th


Plaster Play is up on the schedule, and we're planning to get ewy gewy creating these delightful little dresses.  Think vintage baby doll or baby dress, vintage lace and plaster!!! Yummo! If you're interested in joining, the link is all set up on the right tab, simply click the link, pay and you're set!  It's always fun to get the girls together to play.

Keep in mind, my Spring & Summer classes are in the outdoor classroom...Momma always said it's good to breath in the fresh air, and I looooove teaching outside - so inspirational!  So it's always a good idea to dress according to the current climate.  For you newbies at Chateau Grenzer, this is my private home and studio space & a place to gather with kindred spirits.  We are a laid back group of creative women and love playing in a kick back environment.

Class Details...



Plaster Play

Who: Lexi Grenzer
What: Plaster Play
When: June 14, 2014
Time: 12-4pm
Where: Chateau Grenzer – private residence, so please use the studio entrance
 



Kit Includes:
Plaster
Encaustic Wax
Chalk Paint
Gloves
Images printed on cotton sheets*
 Ribbon & Sari Silks
Vintage Buttons
Coffee Dyed Cheesecloth
Wee Wood Hangers
Cream Colored Embroidery Floss

Supply List:
Aileen’s Tacky Glue
Heat Tool
Craft Sheet or Plastic Sleeve (like for paper)
Vintage Ribbon, Lace or Fabrics you wish to incorporate
Vintage Baby Dress or Doll Dress**
Buttons
Charms
Tea Dye or Vintage Photo Distress Ink Pad
Chalk Paint (optional) – if you already have some
Scissors
Ruler
Needle & Preferred Embroidery Floss Color (if you don’t want cream)

*I will print your preferred images on one sheet of 8x11 cotton.  I would love to have them printed before class, so if you could email me 4 to 6 of your favorite images & sizes, that would be wonderful.  It helps to look at your dresses and determine size preference.  Typically 4x6 or 5x7 is a great size. If your dresses are more doll sized, 3x3 is great too.

**Vintage Doll or Baby Dress – You can find them on etsy or in your local antique shops.  If you are unable to find one before class, I will have some for sale too.  There is time to complete several dresses, so if you wish to bring more, feel free to do so.




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