Fabric Gift Wrap Up

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Arts & DIY

Event Overview

Prepare for the holidays by learning how to block print your own fabric gift wrap for gift giving! Fabric is a sustainable way to wrap gifts because your gift recipients can reuse and repurpose your designs after the unwrapping is over.

Block printing has been around for thousands of years! Despite this fact, it is still a great modern way to create unique handmade designs on anything from your holiday cards to that sweet fanny pack you scored at the thrift store.

In this class you will get down and dirty with learning the various methods of linoleum and rubber block printing onto fabric and paper. You will achieve a basic knowledge of tools, inks, process, insider tricks and tips, and will go home with your own uniquely carved block and fabric gift wrap! All materials will be provided, but be sure to bring an apron or clothes you don't care about just in case!

The class price includes a $15 materials fee.

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Danielle Broder

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A native California girl, Danielle was brought up creating. After a carefree childhood of glitter, glue gunning, beads, and paint, she decided to step it up and get serious about her hobbies. Eight years of art school later, she found herself in San Francisco running a small design business known as The Recoverie. Her business has been featured in DailyCandy, and her designs can now be found in the Emeryville West Elm.

Danielle holds a double Bachelors in Illustration and Interior Design. She is also a self taught Graphic Designer, and Printmaker. She spent many years as a children's art instructor, but prefers to teach adults that she doesn't have to give time-outs to (but don't push her..).

EXPERIENCE REVIEWS

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    Clare P.
    Reviewed on 11/13/13

    This was such a fun class! Danielle is a patient, kind, engaging, and very knowledgable teacher. She got me completely hooked on fabric printing, and sent me home with all of the instructions I'd need to get started on my own. The class setting in her beautiful home made for a peaceful way to spend a Sunday afternoon. I highly recommend her classes -- such a fun way to get in touch with your crafty side!

    This was such a fun class! Danielle is a patient, kind, engaging, and very knowledgable teacher. She got me completely hooked on fabric printing, and sent me home with all of the instructions I'd need to get started on my own. The class setting in her beautiful home made for a peaceful way to spend a Sunday afternoon. I highly recommend her classes -- such a fun way to get in touch with your crafty side!

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