DIY Date Night: Dirty Terrariums
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Our most popular DIY Valentine's event is back: Dirty Terrariums!
Calling all lovahs and friends! This year, boycott the schmaltzy sentiment and spend your Valentine's date night with us crafting up a raunchy (or romantic) terrarium!
This quick class is just the thing to kick off your V-Day night. In just an hour, you'll learn the basics of terrarium-making as you create your own miniature world inside glass. We'll provide all the terrarium fixins, including apothecary jars and hinged-lid jars, living mosses, shimmering sands, and an extremely killer assortment of dirty figurines including naked ladies and gents -- as well as plenty of cute couples in G-rated poses, if that's more your style.
You'll learn how to layer and plant a terrarium the correct way, including how to landscape a variety of mosses to create a tiny world with plant texture as well as hills, rocks, and even beaches.
You'll also learn the proper care of your terrarium and tricks to keep it thriving. Terrariums are perfect plants for apartment dwellers, as they like very low light and require almost no care at all!
Please note, pricing is for two people and includes everything you need to make two finished terrariums!
Date & Time: select above
Location: Brooklyn Craft Company, 165 Greenpoint Avenue (here’s where we’re located)
Cost: $95 per couple, includes all necessary tools and materials to make TWO finished terrariums
All class registrations are final; please view our policy for more information.
Meet Your Instructor
Carolyn Heitmann joined the Bk Craft Co team in early 2014. She is an all-around crafty lady who has led workshops in everything from shibori dyeing to glass etching and helped develop the Bk Craft Co sewing kits. These days you can find her behind the counter at Brooklyn Craft Company’s new shop. Come say hello!