It may be an ancient art, but it’s totally in for 2017. Get a primer on the basics, then craft your own 4”x4” tile using colorful stained glass pieces.
Create the coolest accessory around as you cut sheet metal, file and punch holes, and use stamps to write out initials or a fun message.
Art class meets happy hour in this music-and-friend-filled BYOB painting class. Pop a bottle (or two) and create some wall-worthy art.
Sure, it may not look like Sainte-Chappelle, but you too can cut, break, and color glass using the copper foil method to create your own piece to display at home.
Whether you’re a bonafide fashionista or just a reluctant shopper in need of a belt, you’ll walk away from this class well versed in the art of cutting and sewing leather to make cuffs, clutches, the aforementioned belts, or other custom patterns.
Get hands-on instruction in the basics of jewelry-making over BYOB drinks and snacks. You’ll saw, solder, and polish your way to your own handmade ring.
If you don’t have a creative bone in your body, go appreciate some art instead. Museum Hack’s subversive, interactive tours of the Art Institute of Chicago come with truly hilarious stories and plenty of photo ops.
Cook up a from-scratch batch of cold process soap, including personalizing both the color and scent. You’ll go home with your own decorative bar to display near the guest towels.
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