Crafts & Cocktails March Event
Thursday, March 6, 2014 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (PST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Who: Anyone who wants a night out with their friends to do a little crafting and learn to make a new cocktail!
What: Crafts & Cocktails is brought to you by Tastefully Tattered - the blog of Tasteful Tatters: vintage rentals & event design. The purpose of this new event is to create an interactive activity for the blog. We'll be doing DIY projects that will be then featured on the blog in a real and tangible way by our guests! There will be a new project & cocktail recipe each month, and a schedule of these is posted on the Facebook Group so you can plan which events you'd like to go to - or come to them all!
* This month we will be making Potted Succulents & mixing White Wine Peach Sangria
When: Thursday March 6th 6:00pm-9:00pm
Where: 406 N. Raymond Ave, Pasadena 91103 - park anywhere on the street and enter to the back through the long driveway on the left side. There is 2 free hours of parking on the street.
Why: Do you follow many DIY blogs and hope to complete all the amazing projects they feature, but just don't have the time, the supplies, or perhaps the confidence to execute yourself? Many of our readers love our projects and recipes but just can't execute them on their own, so we thought how about instead of just posting instructions - why not make the blog more interactive by hosting workshops to walk you through the process! That way, you get hands on help and have all the tools to execute yourself :)
How: First join the Facebook group so you can get the inside scoop on our monthly schedule - then, see which events you like to come to! We'll have the dates per-posted and the actual eventbrite will be live up to 3 weeks prior for you to purchase your ticket. Then, just show up! We'll provide all the supplies you'll need to create an awesome DIY PLUS how to make a fabulous cocktail!
For all questions, please don't hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
And you can view the blog at www.tastefulfatters.com/blog