All of our demo stations were full of ambitious crafters–Hello!Lucky's snowy variation on Petra Boase’s Owl-y Friend yielded many colorful results! You can download the template here to try it out for yourself!
Our Handmade Hellos contributors demonstrated various craft projects. François Vigneault instructed guests on how to make postcards composed of found maps, a fun and easy project for anyone with a crafty eye.
Sarah Adler's magical banner project used dainty little boxes to enclose a quirky greeting one letter at a time!
Stacy and Nicole (above) from Pancake & Franks had a station devoted to their accordion card, which uses durable board ends to make up a booklet.
Jody Warshaw, Christina Loff, Kate Woodrow from Chronicle Books showing off their projects!
Jeffrey McGrew from Because We Can fashioned his card into part of his ensemble!
Nancy Deane from Chronicle Books shows off her owl.
Sarah Adler watches as one of her students displays her very own magical banner.
The Hello!Lucky staff were, of course, busy at work! Pictured above, Max Koch and Shauna Leytus were the studio bartenders while, below, James Tucker and Alex Ewers greeted incoming crafters!
Aaron Cohick, our lead pressman, was kind enough to demonstrate the ins-and-outs of our vintage Heidelberg presses throughout the evening.
Have a great weekend, everyone!