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We will be making antique beaded earrings done by bezeling a Swarovski chaton stone. Bring small sharp scissors all the rest will be in the kit provided. Kit will include beading needle, swarovski crystals, seed beads, swarovski chatons, waxed thread and earring findings.
$15 members, $20 Non-members
Materials Fee $10
Saturday, May 2
10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
How to (Tame) Needle Felt Your Dragon
Instructor: Sue Carey
This ever popular fantasy creature makes a great ornament or toy. During this class we will needle felt the body and wet felt the wings. We will combine colored mylar or glitz to create sparkle and pizazz. All material is provided. If students want a specific color, please contact Sue at 802-446-2830 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Students will be able to take home their approx. 3” tall dragon and felting needle which can be used in future projects.
$25 Members $30 Non Members
Materials fee $25
VAULT in partnership with
Springfield Parks and Recreation
So that we’ll have plenty of room, both Art Camps will be held at:
How can you take a blob of clay and shape it into an animal? What makes a rabbit look different than a cat or a deer? We’ll experiment with different kinds of clay and modeling materials.
Age 6 and up $20.
Melissa Post and Ginger Maciejowski can’t wait to play with clay.
Mon,Tues, Thurs April 20, 21, 23
9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.
Weave Your Dreams
Age 9 and up
Have fun with colors, yarns, and textures! Learn to weave on two simple looms. Make your own belt and create a beautiful tapestry. All materials provided.
Age 9 and up $20.
Shana Frank has taught hundreds of children to weave at schools, crafts fairs, and festivals.
Saturday, April 11 and 18
10 a.m. to Noon
Carve A Backscratcher
Instructor: Philip H. Morgan
Students will be introduced to whittling and woodcarving. Produce your own bird-headed backscratcher that you will carve, sand and finish or paint. Philip will show different types and methods of woodcarving, then students will begin work on their own backscratcher.
Returning the next week, a drum sander will be provided and also stain, finishing and painting will be discussed. Students can bring a knife of their own for carving or purchase one from the instructor. Stain and sandpaper will be provided.