Thursday, October 30, 2008

bottlecap art class for seattle locals

Last month we taught our first Little Birdie Secrets classes at Tot Spot Cafe in Woodinville, and they were so much fun! Wonderful women came to create tutus, Scrabble tile pendants, and aromatherapy bath bombs while the kids played. It was great to see all our planning and preparation turn into something so fulfilling. The best part was getting to meet so many great women in the Seattle area, and watching them use their creativity to make the projects their own. Thank you for joining us, ladies!

We also had the chance to meet a very talented children and babies photographer at the cafe. Her name is Holli Dunn and she is so amazing! If you're in the Seattle area, you have to check out Holli Dunn Photography. She sometimes comes to Tot Spot to do photo shoots in the cafe. How convenient! You can contact her through her site, or check out the Tot Spot calendar for future sessions.

Since the classes were such a success, we have one more planned before the holiday season. Join us on November 14 at 10:30am at Tot Spot Cafe in Woodinville, WA for bottlecap art. Have you seen this before? It is the coolest way to create magnets and pendants, and class attendees will create both! You'll make four magnets and one hip pendant using pretty papers, atlas and music sheets, or your own photographs--perfect for holiday gift-giving. The cost is $32 per person, and includes child care for up to three little ones. Don't forget to stay for lunch with your friends! Tot Spot offers yummy lunch dishes and great coffees, plus delish organic choices for the kids.

To sign up, please e-mail us at We'll send you a PayPal invoice that must be paid within two days to hold your spot. Registration ends November 12. Cancellations will be refunded minus a $10 cancellation fee. Hope to see you there!

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7 Responses to “bottlecap art class for seattle locals”

Jewels1223 said...

Did you buy these bottle caps that way, or have you figured out a better way to create a uniform, turned out edge?

Jackie Russell said...

I wish I was closer to you. I really like the bottle art and the tutu's are too cute.

Heidi Boos said...

Sure wish I lived in Washington right about now. What a great service you are offering for families. Those tutus are fabulous!

Little Birdie Secrets said...

Wish we could say we made the bottlecaps this way. hee. They actually come this way.

Unknown said...

Awww thank you so much for the blog feature about my photography site! You are all so sweet. I am DEFINITELY going to check out the bottle cap class. I love those!!! And the babylegs, I want to make some for me now!

Spencer, Allison, McLean, Lucy, Olivia and Jack Mylymok said...

If there ever was a tutorial, bottle caps and tutu's would be my choice :) Discovered your blog and check it almost daily, but Canada is a bit too far away to pop in for classes and my kids might think it's abit far of a drive for a day out.

Thanks for lal the great ideas!

Anonymous said...

Hey guys...It's Kat from Tot Spot. My mother in law is in town and will be doing this one with me!

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