Small group Make Your Own Ornament with Claribel / (TBD)
//This is an in-person outdoor workshop held at our studio garden in central Antigua. Claribel speaks Spanish, and English interpretation can be arranged with Kakaw staff. COVID safety protocols are observed and the exact address will be shared via email upon registering.// Español abajo.
Claribel is our friend from Sumpango, a town known for beautiful traditional neckline embroidery full of flowers. This special 2-hour class includes all the materials to embroider, stuff and close your very own festive ornament!
Each participant will have a choice of four different shapes and a beautiful assortment of handmade fabric scraps. In the two hours, you will create your ornament from start to finish and leave with a handmade treasure.
With an array of colors, patterns and shapes, these are definitely not limited to any particular season or holiday, and we think they will make beautiful gifts for a loved one or yourself!
The class will be held on Saturday, December 10th, from 10am-12noon Guatemala time with Claribel as the teacher and Kakaw staff available to facilitate and if necessary, translate.
Questions? See the FAQs on our blog, and if not covered there, email us at email@example.com or write to our WhatsApp at +502 5191 1991
Minimum 2 participants / Maximum 6 participants
Con varias opciones de telas y formas, vas a poder hacer tu propia creación. Nos parece buena opción como para regalar (incluso a si mismo!).
Esta clase se realizará sábado 10 de diciembre de 10am-12medio día en nuestro studio en Antigua. La dirección exacta se compartirá por correo después de registrarse.
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