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Screen Printing Party

Or class...class is probably a more appropriate word, even though it was so much fun!

We took the class at Earth Cadets, which, yes, I've mentioned before.  I just love and respect the company & products so much.  As soon as I heard she was starting classes, Karen & I signed up.  And we were not disappointed!

Krissy, the owner of Earth Cadets, was so sweet, knowledgeable and creative!  And just overall helpful.  She had a bunch of screens and ink (?) colors set out for us to choose from and it was free reign from there.

We were there for two and a half hours and time flew by!

I mostly focused on a onesie (for my friend who had a baby girl early Feb.) and, strangely enough, muslin, which we had for practicing.  I'm planning on hanging it up, but I haven't quite decided how yet.
giraffe for Charlie
When I finished my onesie, I ended up with a line, that wasn't necessarily supposed to be there.  I was like, "meh, no big deal."  Krissy took one look and suggested using a paint brush to make the line another eucalyptus tree.  Sure why not!  And now it looks like it's supposed to be there!  I love it :)
the eucalyptus tree on the left wasn't supposed to be there...but you'd never know ;)

Later, Krissy posted some of the group's pieces on instagram.  Check out the eL stop bag that says, "This is Grand."  One of the other girls in the class made that one and we were all in love.  I showed my co-worker this photo today and she immediately pointed it out and said she would buy it.

P.S.  Attend your own screen printing party!

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