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Creative Stretch Bracelet Workshops In The Park

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Stanley Park

890 King Street West

Toronto, ON M5V 1P2

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Stretch Bracelet Workshops are here! Bring a blanket, some snacks and your besties, boyfriend, siblings even your dog too!

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Enlighten your creative side with a custom jewelry workshop while enjoying the cityscape at Stanley Park on King Street West. Feel free to pack a little picnic and bring a blanket while creating your one of a kind piece of jewelry. We will be meeting close to the tree line on the south side of King Street at Stanley Park (Map Below!) These workshops are for all ages and individuals alike, friends, couples, family members, even you and your dog!

Hannah is a fashion accessory designer and jewelry workshop facilitator. In this workshop she will lead you through the steps of designing your very own one of a kind stretch bracelet; showing you the different materials you will use such as wooden beads, lava rocks, semi precious stones and unique spacer beads. We allocate 1 hour for the workshops but feel free to camp out later. It usually takes around 30 - 45 mins for you to design a piece. You will leave this workshop with a stretch bracelet, gemstone card and a sense of creative accomplishment.

These bracelets can be worn as a beautiful fashionable accessory and or a symbolism of their spiritual, personal and yoga journey. If you'd like to keep your creativity going you can make an extra bracelet for $20.

Due to social distancing rules, we will be limiting the capacity to 10 people where you can spread your blankets at least 6ft. apart from each group. We will be using precautions for each group and they will have their own tools and materials.

Feel free to bring any old or broken jewelry if you want to add them to your piece.

Let your creativity guide you,

Hannah

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Stanley Park

890 King Street West

Toronto, ON M5V 1P2

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