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Create a Silk Scarf, SIP & DIP Workshop- Vibrant Vine

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The Vibrant Vine Winery

3240 Pooley Road

Kelowna, BC V1W 4G7

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Join us and create a silk scarf using the magic art of water marbling.

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Join us for a 2 hour workshop at Vibrant Vines and create a silk scarf using the ancient art of water marbling!

workshop 1>11am-1pm

workshop 2>1pm-3pm

workshop 3>330pm-530pm

We bring the beautiful, ancient art of water marbling to the 21st century by inviting you to be the artist. Come and make your own water marbled silk scarf and enjoy a flight of Vibrant Vine Wines.

Each workshop starts off with a hands on demonstration. Each artist chooses their colours and floats the paint one drop at a time on the surface of the water, then uses marbling combs, rakes, or stylus to create the design of their liking. My husband likes to tease me that if you can put ketchup on a hotdog you can do this art!

All tickets include all supplies to make a 14 inch by 72 inch silk scarf and a flight of Vibrant Vine Wine.

All current COVID protocols in place.


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The Vibrant Vine Winery

3240 Pooley Road

Kelowna, BC V1W 4G7

Canada

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Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

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We offer water marbling workshops where guests can create silks scarves, pillow cushion covers, or hats. We travel the Okanagan creating with groups in their homes or at local venues. Each workshop begins with a demonstration. Each artist chooses their colours and floats the paint, one drop at a time, on the surface of the water, then uses marbling combs, rakes, or stylus to create the design of their liking.

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