Make Your Own Succulent Frame Living Art!

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Arts & DIY

Event Overview

Come join us for our DIY succulent frame workshop!

We will cover the logistics and proper set up of your very own living art! We have a variety of great plants, seeds, mosses, stones and decorations to choose from for your creation! Wine will be included for participants over 21 to enjoy! All ages are welcome!

The class itself is just $10! - just pay for supplies used to create your living art! Your $20 purchase here covers your class fee and you get a $10 credit towards supplies used. Most spend between $40 and $100.

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Urban Sprouts

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Hi I'm Jen: owner, founder and sole proprietor of Urban Sprouts!

I have always loved plants. Growing up, my mom had a vibrant vegetable garden every summer and she always made sure there was room for me to have a place to grow some things too. As a young adult I tried to get as many opportunities in small business and I could, even when that meant working multiple jobs and going to school. I worked as a site supervisor for a house painting and landscaping company, an event coordinator for the American Farmland Trust, as the assistant manager at a gift shop, owned my own side business making and selling paper lanterns, and was the Operations Manager at a wholesale garden supply company.

I attended the University of Washington and got my BA in Environmental Science, with a focus on urban farming, sustainable resource use, and human health (althugh I started as a Biology major with the intent of becoing an Occupational Therapist). A couple years after college I found myself working in an office and quickly realized that wasn't the path for me. I wanted to run my own business! I started working on a business plan in my free time and after a few months of research, writing, planning, and scavenging for resources I was launching my fundraising campaign for start-up capitol! After a lot of work the campaign was a success and a few months later at the age of 24 I opened up for business as Powder Haus in Ballard!

I am passionate about doing things for yourself and doing everything you can to increase the quality of your life and those of the people around you! I love to cook, hike, swim, craft, run my business, spend quality time with friends and family and of course build relationships with my wonderful customers!

If you ever need anything, have any questions or want to have a chat let me know! I'm always happy to connect.

Thank you for your support and I hope you join me on this journey.

EXPERIENCE REVIEWS

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    Sarah S.
    Reviewed on 09/25/17

    I thought this class was very well led. It was a comfortable environment for asking questions and learning. I really liked the project I left with. My only complaint is that the dabble description was not accurate to the class costs. In the description it says the class is free and all $20 spent will be applied as a credit to your purchase. The class was not free and $10 was to go to the instructed so only $10 was applied to the supplies. Then it says that on average people will spend $30- $70 but the smallest frame alone is almost $30 and then each plant is $5 to $6 and it's explained at the beginning of the class that it's best if you fill it up. I had the smallest frame and probably the least amount of plants possible and spent $68 on top of my class costs. My mother went a bit crazy and got the bigger frame and tons of plants and spent around $168. I just think it's best to set those expectations in case people are budgeting so they don't have to walk out.

    I thought this class was very well led. It was a comfortable environment for asking questions and learning. I really liked the project I left with. My only complaint is that the dabble description was not accurate to the class costs. In the description it says the class is free and all $20 spent will be applied as a credit to your purchase. The class was not free and $10 was to go to the instructed so only $10 was applied to the supplies. Then it says that on average people will spend $30- $70 but the smallest frame alone is almost $30 and then each plant is $5 to $6 and it's explained at the beginning of the class that it's best if you fill it up. I had the smallest frame and probably the least amount of plants possible and spent $68 on top of my class costs. My mother went a bit crazy and got the bigger frame and tons of plants and spent around $168. I just think it's best to set those expectations in case people are budgeting so they don't have to walk out.

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