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Concrete Planter Class

Concrete Planter Class
Concrete Planter Class
Concrete Planter Class
Concrete Planter Class
Concrete Planter Class
Concrete Planter Class
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Regular price $55.00

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Join us to learn how to create a concrete planter!

In this hands-on workshop you'll learn the steps to mix, cast, and cure concrete in order to create a perfect home for a plant. We'll also review options for adding color, including using paint at the end for making the new pot your own one-of-a-kind creation.

We'll provide all the insider info about different types of cement and concrete available out there and the tips and tricks we've learned to make it work for DIY projects.

And finally, what would a planter be without a plant? You'll choose from an assortment of adorable succulents to plant inside your new concrete creation.

You'll leave the class with a fully finished concrete planter along with care tips for your new plant friend.

All equipment and supplies will be provided.

This workshop is open to ages 10 and over. 

 

Note: If a date is sold out, join the waitlist to be contacted when a spot opens up.

teaching artist:

Callie McAuliffe is a native Portlander who found her love of arts and crafts at an early age. After briefly experimenting with many mediums such as acrylic painting, block printing, and watercolors, she finally found her favorite creative outlets. Artist and creator behind Callie Mac Designs, she specializes in paper quilling, pyrography, and string art. Callie loves bright colors and drawing inspiration from the beauty of the Pacific Northwest. She has been teaching classes since 2018, and when not teaching arts and crafts, she is teaching students life skills as a school counselor. Craft nights and crafternoons are some of Callie’s favorite things, especially when they bring makers together!  

Important Info

Unless otherwise noted, workshops are for those 16 years of age or over. 

Cancellation Policy-

A 72 hour notice via email prior to class is required to issue a refund of the class fee.

A 48 hour notice via email prior to class is required to reschedule or issue class credit. 

If the class size minimum is not met 48 hours before class, Assembly may cancel class and all registered students will be notified via email.

Learn more about our policies

Location

Assembly PDX: 2520 SE 26th Avenue, Portland, Oregon 97202

Come get creative at Assembly’s studio storefront in Southeast Portland located in the vibrant Clinton-Division neighborhood.

We're aligning with federal, state, and local guidelines related to COVID-19 to create a healthy and safe (and fun!) environment to work and make. 

Please note:

  • Classes are at a limited capacity (max of 9 people) to allow for physical distancing (6+ ft) between the seats at our 3 large tables.
  • Seats are pre-assigned and people registered together will be seated together as a party. If you've signed up separately from a friend and want to sit together, please email to let us know!
  • Face coverings are required

Sip & Make

The Assembly studio serves a variety of beverages for your crafting pleasure!

  • Local craft beer, wine, and hard cider
  • Coffee, hot tea, Mexican hot chocolate, spiced apple cider
  • Assorted cold non-alcoholic drinks, such as sparkling waters, kombucha, iced tea, and more!

We accept cash and all major credit cards. Bringing in outside alcohol is prohibited.

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