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Winter Wooden Lawn Ornaments


Join The MAC's resident woodworker, Brian Markowitz, to learn a variety of tools and techniques, and walk away with a hand-crafted wooden lawn ornament!
Students will learn to use hammers and nails, drills and screws, wood glue, paint and brushes, to turn some wooden fence posts, acrylic paint, various wood scraps, and other embellishments from our general crafting supplies into one or more wooden, christmas-themed lawn ornaments.

Cost: $20

The cost of this class includes two hours of studio time with in-depth instruction, as well as materials.

You can pre-pay for this class by clicking 'purchase' below and then filling out the required information in the popup window. 

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Earlier Event: December 6
Christmas Tree Stained Glass Mosaics
Later Event: December 8
Photos In Front of the Tree