SALT LAKE CITY – Craft Lake City is excited to announce the April 2013 West Elm DIY Workshop, Glassware Charms with Stacey Rabiger of Ker-ij Jewelry.
West Elm, a home furnishings retailer known for
helping customers find their personal style at home, initially teamed up
with Craft Lake City last fall to celebrate the opening of their first
store in Utah at City Creek Center. Through this partnership, Craft Lake
City and West Elm are continuing to develop DIY workshops in the store
that allow artisans affiliated with Craft Lake City to demonstrate their
skills to West Elm customers. The next class will be held on April 25
and will be lead by CLC artist Stacey Rabiger of Ker-ij Jewelry.
Rabiger will be teaching workshop participants how to create a
glassware charm that can be added to the stem of their champagne or wine
glass. Have you ever set your wine glass down at a party, turned around
and found another glass sitting next to it? Identifying which glass is
yours is sometimes impossible, thus, the purpose of the glassware charm.
Participants will learn to make their own charm and leave knowing how to make many more for friends and parties.
will guide workshop participants through each step of creating and
customizing their charm. Participants will be given a glass from one of
West Elm’s stemware collections to add their charm to. To help highlight
West Elm’s April Color Crush, Watermelon, the workshop will conclude
with a toast to spring, featuring Frida Bistro and Rico Catering’s
exclusive Watermelon Juice.
The workshop will be held Thursday, April 25 from 7 to 9 p.m. There
is a $10 materials fee, participants can pre-register on Skillshare via http://skl.sh/146zvhl.
The West Elm and Craft Lake City DIY Workshop Series takes place
once a month at West Elm Salt Lake City in the City Creek Center, on 51
South Main Street. Follow Craft Lake City on Twitter (@craftlakecity),
Facebook (Facebook.com/CraftLakeCity) for more details on upcoming
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About CLC: Craft Lake City is a 501-C3 charitable
organization. Craft Lake City’s mission is to educate, promote and
inspire local artisans while elevating the creative culture of the Utah
arts community through science, technology and art. In an effort to keep
the community active, educated and aware of the local DIY culture,
Craft Lake City hosts monthly workshops, gallery shows, fundraisers and
an annual festival to promote regional spending with independent
artisans and businesses. Craft Lake City was started in 2009 by Angela
H. Brown, Editor and Publisher of SLUG Magazine, as a way to showcase
Utah’s growing DIY community. The 2012 Craft Lake City festival welcomed
over 200 vendors and 15,000 attendees at the Gallivan Center in
downtown Salt Lake. The festival’s fifth year commences in 2013. Craft
Lake City will expand the annual gathering into a two-day format on
Friday, Aug. 9 and Saturday, Aug. 10, 2013.
About Ker-ij Jewelry: Ker-ij Jewelry was established in 2011.
Ker-ij has participated in the Sugar House Farmers Market, Craft
Sabbath and other small local craft fairs. Ker-ij has been used in
multiple fashion spread shoots featured in Revolv Mag, IN this week and
UGLY Mag. Local boutiques Unhinged and FRESH also carry Ker-ij Jewelry
line and has also been featured in local blog cityhomeCOLLECTIVE.
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