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    Terrarium Workshop

    Explore the exquisite world of terrariums! Build your own miniscape of greenery with hands-on instruction throughout this compelling workshop. Learn insider tips and tricks that founders of Twig discovered while building dozens of different kinds of terrariums. Each creation is encouraged to be a mini snapshot of your life or passions, so each container is personalized according to your personality and preferences. You can even include miniature animals or people that are close to you. Get your hands a little dirty and construct your own green world!
    Terrarium Workshop

    287 3rd Ave, Brooklyn

    • Learn how to create and build your very own terrarium
    • Experiment with different techniques and tricks like moss and little people placement
    • Take home your personalized mini-world
    • No experience necessary
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    Terrarium Workshop (Astoria)

    Break your weekly mundane routine with a therapeutic Tuesday night at Luludi Living Art! In this class, you’ll have the opportunity to create your own delicate terrarium piece. Choose your container, plants, and other materials for your very own, personalized product. Your knowledgeable instructor will guide you along the way, ensuring that your final product will be worthy of display in your home or as a gift to a loved one. You’ll work alongside a small group of like minded students and enjoy conversation as you marvel at each other’s creations. Every one of you will feel the stress melt away--and realize that you really can have fun on a Tuesday night.
    Terrarium Workshop (Astoria)

    2307 24th Ave, Astoria

    • Embrace your creativity in an hour-long feel-good DIY class, led by a knowledgeable instructor
    • Make delicate, ornamental terrariums to decorate your home or gift to a loved one
    • Enjoy conversation with like minded students in a private, comfortable environment
    • Add your own flair to your project by choosing your container, plants, and material
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    Origami (Park Slope)

    Sometimes paper has more to say than the words that might be written on it. Explore the world of expression with the paper-folding art of origami. While normally associated with the Japanese, folding paper to produce art has origins in numerous Eastern and Western cultures, which together form the modern day version of origami. This class will teach you focus and care as you turn your mind to work on simple scrap of paper. You’ll be taught to form delicate and beautiful single-piece sculptures that will make stunning home decorations or thoughtful handmade gifts. By classes end, you’ll have the knowledge to create several beautiful pieces on your own, and the foundation for a lifetime of paper-folding relaxation. Who knew paperwork could be so much fun?
    Origami (Park Slope)

    95 Seventh Ave, Brooklyn

    • Learn the fundamentals of paper folding during this introductory art class
    • Turn ordinary paper into delicate sculptures that will delight and awe
    • Leave class with several origami pieces to keep or gift
    • Discover a new hobby with which to relax and indulge your creative side
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    2 positive reviews
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    Terrarium Workshop Date Night (Astoria)

    If you’re looking for an intimate, creative date night with your partner, look no further than Luludi Living Art. During this terrarium class, you’ll spend an hour with a glass of wine, snacks, music, and an exciting DIY project. You and your special someone will share design ideas to create a one-of-a-kind terrarium for your shared pleasure. Your knowledgeable instructor will provide you with advice and guidance along the way, ensuring that your final product will be worthy of display in your home. With an array of containers, plants, and materials to choose from, you can let your love for arts and crafts, and each other, run wild!
    Terrarium Workshop Date Night (Astoria)

    2307 24th Ave, Astoria

    • Make a beautiful terrarium piece, personalized by you and your special someone, in a relaxing, romantic setting
    • Embrace your creativity in an hour-long feel-good DIY class, lead by a knowledgeable instructor
    • Enjoy complimentary snacks and wine to make your night even more special
    • Ditch the local diner and indulge in a one-of-a-kind date night
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    Metalsmith Jewelry Design

    If you like yourself then you should put a ring on.. er, yourself. And don’t just take the easy way out and buy a ring -- MAKE ONE! In this class you will learn metalsmithing basics like sawing, filing and soldering to create your own silver ring with personalized designs made from silver sheet and rod. From the original draft to your final design, expert jewelry designer and metalsmith Nina Berenato will walk you through every step of the way and help you on your own journey or metalworking, jewelry design, and self-discovery. So next time someone says, “Where did you get that GORGEOUS bling?”, you’ll just have to say, “Sorry sweets, I MADE this ring, and there’s not another one like it in the whole world.” So unique, just like you!
    Metalsmith Jewelry Design

    117B 11th St, Brooklyn

    • Learn metalsmithing and how to use silver sheet and rod to create and personalize your own silver ring
    • Create and style your own pieces of jewelry that will resonate with your individuality, who you are, and what inspires you
    • Free yourself to an entirely new world of expression through your accessories
    • Make each piece as unique as you are, so that you can wear your personality on your sleeve -- literally!
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    Expert Shoe Making

    People have been tinkering around in their garages for as long as garages have existed. Take your tinkering to the next level by introducing some cobbling! You could be a pioneer tinker-cobbler. Master artisan Olivier Rabbath will teach you how to make shoes FROM SCRATCH in your very own garage! This is a one-on-one class, so every bit of Professor Rabbath’s attention will be on making sure you have what it takes! It is built for the "super speedy" -- the one who has no time to waste and wants to absorb the footwear industry like an electric shock. The fact is, when you create at that speed you are guaranteed in an immediate understanding of the whole process. TIP: By reading the lecture in Olivier's book, "How to Make Boots from Your Garage, Volume 1" before coming to class, you can familiarize yourself with the procedure. You’ll craft your pattern, then cut and stitch it. You’ll learn how to use a last, build a sole, and cement your shoe! Then you’ll just have to put it on your foot and walk out of there, and you probably don’t need any instruction on that. About the Instructor: Professor Olivier Rabbath is a designer, painter, artisan, cartoonist, composer, and author. He has been designing footwear since 1988. His work has been featured in The Smithsonian.
    Expert Shoe Making

    180 Hoyt St, Brooklyn

    • Learn everything you need to know about boot sandal-making in a full day (12 hour) seminar
    • Practice creating a pattern, cutting it out, shaping your shoe with a last, and applying the pattern to make a real product
    • Produce a beautiful handmade pair of shoes that you can wear out into the real world
    • Spend a day with the visionary fashion designer Olivier Rabbath
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    Expert Boot Making

    People have been tinkering around in their garages for as long as garages have existed. Take your tinkering to the next level by introducing some cobbling! You could be a pioneer tinker-cobbler. Master artisan Olivier Rabbath will teach you how to make boots FROM SCRATCH in your very own garage! This is a one-on-one class, so every bit of Professor Rabbath’s attention will be on making sure you have what it takes! It is built for the "super speedy" -- the one who has no time to waste and wants to absorb the footwear industry like an electric shock. The fact is, when you create at that speed you are guaranteed in an immediate understanding of the whole process. TIP: By reading the lecture in Olivier's book, "How to Make Boots from Your Garage, Volume 1" before coming to class, you can familiarize yourself with the procedure. You’ll craft your pattern, and then cut and stitch it. You’ll learn how to use a last, build a sole, and cement your boot! Then you’ll just have to put it on your foot and walk out of there, and you probably don’t need any instruction on that. About the Instructor: Professor Olivier Rabbath is a designer, painter, artisan, cartoonist, composer, and author. He has been designing footwear since 1988. His work has been featured in The Smithsonian.
    Expert Boot Making

    180 Hoyt St, Brooklyn

    • Learn everything you need to know about boot sandal-making in a full day (15 hour) seminar
    • Practice creating a pattern, cutting it out, shaping your shoe with a last, and applying the pattern to make a real product
    • Produce a beautiful handmade pair of boots that you can wear out into the real world
    • Spend a day with the visionary fashion designer Olivier Rabbath
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    Introduction to Shoe Making

    Christian Louboutin. Steve Madden. Chuck Taylor. Your name here? During this 2-hour introductory class, you’ll learn the beginner theory required to design and, eventually, make your own pair of shoes. You’ll cover a range of crucial topics, such as footwear structure, materials, and how to measure your feet. By the end of the class, you’ll feel motivated and equipped to move forward with your design ideas! So what are you waiting for? Come get inspired!
    Introduction to Shoe Making

    224 Roebling St, Brooklyn

    • Get a thorough introduction to shoemaking from artsy experts who know their stuff
    • Cover topics such as footwear structures, materials, and basic design
    • Apply the knowledge you’ll gain during more advanced classes
    • Indulge in your love for fabulous footwear by learning the fundamentals required to make your own pair
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    Leather Wallet Workshop

    Do you have a hole in your wallet? Well, this is the place to get it fixed, if ever there was a place. Take this course offered by Owl and Thistle General to learn the basics of leather working and don’t leave until you have a fresh leather carry-case for those fat stacks. Allow Elizabeth Dunn, English shoemaker and leather worker, to show you the way around the technique. She’ll be happy to answer your questions and guide you as you craft your money babies a new home. Choose from a wide range of materials and hardware -- Keep it simple with a plain back, go mod with a leather racer stripe, OR get punk with a stud overload. Not TOO many studs, now. Don’t forget, ultimately this thing’s going in your back pocket.
    Leather Wallet Workshop

    833 Franklin Ave, New York

    • Learn the fundamental tips for working with leather
    • Discover techniques such as studding and hand sewing
    • Create your your own personalized card holder and wallet
    • Choose your own leathers and embossing from a wide range of complimentary options
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    Introductory Workshop to Custom Perfumery

    Biologically speaking, we all have our own scent. However, it is time to evolve from our natural body odor and create a new scent, something fruity, woody, spicy, or even citrusy. In this one-of-a-kind workshop, you will create your own personal fragrance with a distinct scent that speaks, “Me.” You’ll take a fragrance journey learning about the magic and mystery of scent. This workshop, hosted by fragrance expert Sue Phillips, will cover everything including the history and science behind iconic perfumes such as Tiffany, Burberry, and Trish McEvoy, and even the raw ingredients before the final fragrance. Perfect for both men and women, this is a scentsational experience you definitely don’t want to miss.
    Introductory Workshop to Custom Perfumery

    85 Franklin St, New York

    • Create your own personal, unique fragrance to take home
    • Learn the history and science behind fragrance
    • Explore the raw materials and ingredients that go into well-known perfumes
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    2 positive reviews

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