Join us Saturday, November 17th at 4:00pm atHammer & Stain- Lake City for a DIY workshop to make one of our Noodle Boards! Customize your project in studio with your choice of stain & paint colors. This registration will allow for one adult to make a standard 20" x 28" tray to cover their stove top. To personalize your noodle board just type in your request in the box! We can add your last name, anniversary date or anything you can think of!
Utensil Box - Can be added to registration to be completed during workshop for a discounted rate of $20.
**Please be cautious when using these noodle boards. Do not turn stovetop on while boards are on top of stove. Doing so could lead to a fire. Please remove before operating stove
HOW TO REGISTER:
1. Choose your project design from the dropdown menu below. 2. On the personalization form, enter the personalized data neededin order to prepare your stencil. If you would like a shape tile please also include that in the personalization. Proceed with checkout.
*Simple substitutions of words within the shown design and layout can generally be made at no additional charge. However, significant changes to our standard designs or special requests for a new design are considered custom and must be pre-approved and submitted at least 7 days prior to your event. If approved, a customization fee of $25 will apply.
*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.