Monthly Archives: February 2012

Fun Day with Global Village School

Last week we had the amazing opportunity to assist with an art lock-in of sorts for the kids at Global Village School. Located in Decatur, GVS provides an enriched education to teenage girls whose formal education has been interrupted by … Continue reading

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Pinata Party Results

After teasing you with talk of pinatas and paint made from dried-up markers, it’s only fair that we report back on the results of our Pinata Party, aka WonderRoot Creative Reuse’s February workshop. It was messy, the fun kind of … Continue reading

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How-To: Upcycle Dried-Up Markers

We’re getting really psyched for our upcoming pinata workshop this Saturday, and one of our preparations is making watercolor paint from old, unusable markers. Because I’m always asking myself, “How can this not be thrown away?,” my friend Jess led … Continue reading

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Workshop!!

It seems like every Monday, all I do is think about what I’m going to do on the weekend. It’s what gets me through the day. Maybe you’re just looking forward to sitting on the couch with a bag of … Continue reading

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February Events!

Happy Groundhog Day, everyone! Just wanted to let you know what we have planned so far for this lover’s month: First up, the Midway Pub in the East Atlanta Village is hosting A Valentine’s Day Artists and Crafters Market similar to the … Continue reading

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