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 Utz’s and the first season of Adventure Time. Or maybe you have big plans for this weekend, something involving President’s Day. Either way, I am pretty sure that your typical weekend doesn’t involve making a mini-pinata with us at WonderRoot Creative Reuse!

I’m also pretty sure that everyone likes a pinata.

This pinata is really easy to make. We are going to be there to guide you through it and keep you from gluing your fingers together. You can make a traditional burro (like I did here) or you can make something else–a letter, a number, a series of letters or numbers. You could make a shape or a snake or maybe get really festive and make something Presidential. It’s up to you!

We know you will come up with something good.

We will provide the supplies. All you need to bring is something to put inside the pinata (or not, whatever!). Oh, and you have to be a member of WonderRoot. It’s $10 a month or $60 a year. You can sign up here or you can sign up in person! And don’t be afraid to get official and become a member–it will bring good things into your life, like more workshops and access to the Arts Center Open Access Studio Program, access to all WonderRoot arts education opportunities, discounts at Park Grounds Coffee, Sam Flax Art and Supply, Binders Art and Supply and more!

It’s from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM at WonderRoot, on Memorial Drive. Be there or be sadly-pinataless!

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About Kerry

One of the founders of Creative Reuse in Atlanta!
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