Join us Saturday April 17th at 11 am to make one of our photo pallet signs. We will stain, and adhere the photo to a pallet or heart to be attached to a gallery sign. NOTE: you will need to bring your own photo to the class for the project. You can make your print at Walgreens or Staples, ensure your photo is not low resolution for best results.
14x18 pallet Photo size will be 11x14 poster size or 2 - 5x7's can also be positioned. This photo will be sliced, creating the pallet effect in studio. TIP: This project looks great if there is ome background or scenery in the photo.
1s2x16 gallery (unframed, no photo cutting required) Photo size will be 8x10
12x16 gallery with overlay heart (unframed, no photo cutting required) Photo size will be 8x10 with heart cut area of 9x8 landscape (this photo adheres to the heart which is attached to the top of the wood) This project can also include a repeating lyric or movie quote.
There will be an Add On bar with wood flowers, bows, burlap and small scrabble tiles available as well. Items and prices will vary.
All guests must be registered for a project.
Workshop opens 15 minutes prior to start time.
Registration deadline 4/10/2021
HOW TO REGISTER:
1. Choose your project design from the dropdown menu below.
2. Proceed to checkout , upon completion you will receive a confirmation.
3. Email your photo to email@example.com
*Once your order is submitted, we immediately begin producing your totally awesome, personalized stencil. Unfortunately, due to customizations, there are no refunds for workshops. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to cancel (we certainly hope you don’t). But, if something comes up, we'll hold your project for 60 days and, fingers crossed, squeeze you in to one of our Open Paints. But we get life happens. So, if you can’t make it, we can always pack your project up to complete at home. We’ll do our best to work with you, but we are sticklers on this: if you're a no-show for the workshop, you forfeit your payment.
**By registering for this workshop, you are acknowledging that an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present.