Tag Archives: Arts & Crafts

Linoleum Block Prints by Suzi Linden

Hand cut and pulled linoleum block prints. I love to explore the relationship of positive and negative space. I use Akua Intaglio soy based ink.

If you would like I can bring a small press and create prints on site.


Robert C. Williams Museum of Papermaking

Make your own sheet of paper out of cotton fibers.


Linden Longboards

I make up cycled Longboard Skateboards from Vintage Trick Waterskis.


Swap o rama rama presented by the Indie Craft Experience

http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1242/5170383530_93396cf16f_z.jpgYou are invited to Swap-O-Rama-Rama, presented by the Indie craft Experience. A giant clothing swap and series of do-it-yourself workshops in which a community explores reuse and creativity through the recycling of used clothing.

How does it work?
* Clean out your closet and bring your donation to the swap.
* A $5 donation gets you a bag to fill with goods and access to all of the DIY stations.

DIY stations will be presented by local makers and Wonder root creative reuse.



https://img0.etsystatic.com/031/0/5226892/isa_760xN.7358949444_bi69.jpgRoundabout is my outlet for creative re-use and re-purposing of mostly vintage materials like books and wallpaper. It all started as a small idea to turn old books into sketchbooks for my friends, and over time I’ve cemented my process of re-binding, and added finishing touches like vintage wallpaper liner pages and a library-style info card, to create hundreds of keepsake journal/sketchbooks that are truly unique.
I also block print alphabet letters on the removed book pages to create festive banners for home and celebrations. The book pages and wallpaper also add vintage charm to the my origami star ornaments, and original hand-cut silhouettes.


Fabricate Studios

http://s3-media4.ak.yelpcdn.com/bphoto/o3fu_AKFV6G45XQDXzLodg/l.jpgA modern learning environment for sewing and craft classes. We have an incredible community of instructors that offer instruction at any level, beginner through advanced, for children and adults. Improve your skills or learn something new!


Terrarium Design

http://media-cache-ec0.pinimg.com/236x/dd/4e/80/dd4e802fd70708420c3250873b3888f5.jpgLike many inventions, Terrariums were an accidental discovery. A gentleman by the name of Nathaniel Bagshaw Ward was attempting to observe the metamorphosis of an insect in a closed environment. Using a simple glass bottle with some soil and water, he inadvertently sprouted a small fern and grass plant. He was able to keep the plants alive for nearly four years without watering or maintenance.

Fast forward 170 years and you have the modern day terrarium that still retains the exciting chance to observe nature and be surprised by it.

So please feel free to come and make your own little plant world!


Protea Wild Crafts

https://scontent-a.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-prn1/531932_628260327190216_1624376751_n.pngProtea Wild Crafts is a small, holistic business on a mission to Spread the Herbal Word!

We handcraft herbal products in small batches with loving care and reverence for Nature.

We are deeply committed to building relationships with local farmers and strive to promote seasonal living by reviving traditions in health and wellness.

Featuring herbal tea blends, therapeutic salves, seasonal tonics and traditional recipes all the way from Africa to Appalachia!


BuildLabAlpha Makerspace

BuildLabAlpha is a brand new makerspace located in Alpharetta, GA, serving the northern suburbs of Atlanta. Our mission is to foster creativity, resourcefulness, and build technical skills while having fun and being social.

We invite early tech adopters, digital and physical prototyping gurus, hobbyists, artists, crafters, and entrepreneurs to take advantage of our space and make great ideas come to life.

Our 5,000sf facility is equipped with drills, saws, lathe, 3D printers and ample workspace (plus kitchen and cozy couch/television room). Workshop sessions are in planning and we would love to connect with passionate experts who may be interested in leading classes. We’re excited to offer a friendly space connecting people and project ideas, and want to spread the word!



re:loom employs and empowers homeless and low-income individuals through weaving beautiful, one-of-a kind products out of upcycled materials. re:loom is a program of the non-profit agecny Initiative for Affordable Housing in Decatur, Ga. re:loom will bring a floor loom that will be available for demonstration.