I taught another felt succulent workshop at Rare Bird, but this time we designed memo boards. I had leftover wire pieces from some shelving and was thinking about how I could use them for an art project. And then it dawned on me – put a felt succulent on it! And a memo board workshop was born.
It had been a few months since my last workshop at Rare Bird, and since then, they’ve consolidated their space. It’s half as big as before but still packed with lots of creative magic.
My set up for class — For my succulent workshops I usually bring a set color palette, but this time I brought a rainbow of felt and let workshop goers pick their favorite colors. It’s so fun to watch people create and see them get excited when they complete a project.
I had three people sign up for memo boards, but we had a no-show, so I ended up teaching a private class to a mom and daughter duo. They created such beautiful work.
I usually spend my workshop time talking to students and answering any questions. But less students meant less questions, and since my third student never showed, extra supplies! I ended up making a memo board, too; and I decided to make one for Rare Bird to display their class schedule. I used felt to match their color palette.
Check it out next time you visit the shop! Better yet, come take a workshop with me! 🙂