Dreamcatcher & Macrame Key chain Making Online Workshop
Upcycle, recycle and reuse!
We bring you a workshop that let’s you do all the above!
Join us for this workshop with Agrima from The Square Knot!
In this workshop, each of you will learn how to make a dreamcatcher & Macrame Key chain for your beautiful homes!
Materials for Dreamcatcher::
– A ring(wooden/metal)
– A thin yarn (wool, temple thread , any 2-3mm thick yarn)
– some old fabric cuttings (use old dupattas)
– some feathers, beads (optional)
– any decorative material you have around the house!
Materials for Macrame Keychain:
-Keychain Ring (old/new)
-A good pair of scissors
-Yarn, 3mm thickness
(go creative here, some examples: macrame yarn, cord, jute rope, temple thread, wool, fabric strips-1inch wide)
-Hardbound book and tape for support
And you are good to go!
Let’s make something beautiful for out homes, shall we!?
Day & Date: Sunday, 9th August
Time: 3 pm to 5 pm (IST)
Fee: Rs 500 (Inclusive of GST and convenience charges)
Venue: Online session on Zoom
Payment Link: https://rzp.io/l/NUdZQaD
Note: Once you are registered, participants will be added to whatsapp group, for ease in communication with the steps to join in.
About Bloom and Grow:
Faux Marble Effect Tray – Online Workshop with Tanvi Shah
In this session we explore a unique specialty finish – faux marble effect. This workshop is packed with techniques. Three different techniques will be demonstrated to create a marble effect.
You will get start-to-finish instructions, a clear understanding of the materials used & handy tips that will enable you to create other objects, making this an interesting session for all interested DIY enthusiasts.
Using this technique mimic the look of marble on dull & boring objects such as boxes, trays, table tops, benches, walls & more.
– MDF/ wood base/ old melamine tray or any surface that you need to give a new look.
– Acrylic/ Chalk paints
– Shrink plastic/ Kitchen cling film
– Acrylic retarder (recommended but not compulsory)
– Stencil & Stencil Brush (Optional)
Day & Date: Sunday, 21st June
Time: 3 pm to 5 pm (IST)
Venue: Online session on zoom
Fee: Rs 600 per person (Inclusive of GST and convenience charges)
Payment link: https://rzp.io/l/mLIbb0C
Note: Once you register you will be added to a whatsapp group for ease of communication with the steps to join in.
ABOUT BLOOM AND GROW:
Learn an amazing skill of weaving your own toys from coconut leaves. You would be able to make watch, spectacles, whistle, snake, fish, bird, and other things from coconut leaves. The versatility of the material will amaze you.
The South Indian tradition has been alien to kids in the city. The workshop will take us to the times when we did amazing crafts with things around us, before consumerism engulfed us.
The workshop gives partcipants the joy of making own toys besides connecting with tradition and nature. The workshop would also help in improving hand eye co-ordination
This is a small step towards self-reliance, sustainability in a world of use & throw.
Bloom & Grow reintroduces a rich tradition of creating ones’s own toys in asociation with the artist, Nowshid. Nowshid hails from Kerala and is a graphic designer by profession. He has been exploring traditional arts and crafts.
This is a beginner workshop, an expert can weave hats, basket, even build a house.
Date: 6th August 2017
Timings: 10AM to 1PM
Fees: Rs 450 per head (includes material costs)
What to bring: A pair of scissors
The workshop is open to all. Kids less than 5 yrs may be accompanied by a parent (You need to pay for one only).
Features of Workshop: Design and build a Miniature Solar Yacht Model, powered by solar cells. This literally runs on water and powered by sunlight. Learn about the benefits of solar power, and how architectural and building engineers integrate solar cells.
Main aim of the workshop is to introduces students to alternative energy concepts while incorporating problem solving, design and modeling. In addition, students will experience using hand tools as they construct their miniature solar yacht.
All Material will be provided; Nano Solar Panel, Micro DC motor, plastic gears, Acrylic sheet, foam sheet and propeller for DC motor.
Bishojeet Paul started making miniature models out of paper during his school days. He was featured on various TV shows like, BBC Wheels India 1999. Star News, Ndtv, etc, currently holding “LIMCA BOOK OF RECORDS” for making miniature cars bike and aero models out of stiff paper.
Timings: 10.30 AM-1.30 PM
Course fee : Rs 700 (inclusive of all material cost)
5 Miniature Vehicle models
About the artist:
Bishojeet Paul started making miniature models out of paper during his school days. He was featured on various tv shows like, BBC Wheels India 1999. Star News, Ndtv, etc, currently holding “LIMCA BOOK OF RECORDS” for making miniature cars bike and aero models out of stiff paper.
Make amazing model of “Aerobatic Stunt plane”. This Aircraft is used by the Red bull Stunt Aerobatic racing team, This Aircraft has since evolved into the highly refined and technologically advanced version of the original prototype, with the radical wing now acknowledged as a pioneering feat of design.
Learn to make Miniature Monster truck Model making workshop.
Features of Workshop: Learn to make miniature “Monster Truck” from stiff paper, eraser, glue, paint and many more. Design your own truck and learn the basic automotive designing.
Day 3: Make amazing miniature Yacht out of ivory sheet, especially to enhance your creativity & designing skills.
Features of Workshop: Learn to make advanced Yacht models, fast track course in 3 hours,
Day 4: Aero modeling in your find tips
Learn to make miniature “Sukhoi Su-30MKI Fighter plane” from stiff paper, eraser, glue, paint and many more.
Day 5: Learn to make 4 wheel drive buggy truck.
Age Group: 8 years and above
All material will be provided included ivory sheets, paints, rubber wheels, glue. Cutting tools, plastic OHP sheets, color pellets, scale pencil etc.
Course fee 2,200/- for 5 days fun packed workshop, inclusive all material. Fee per session – Rs 500/-