Calling all puppet makers! Join Stacey Gordon in her studio to make your very own moving-mouth hand puppet! It's a fun and simple puppet that gets everyone excited about bringing their own characters and concepts to life.
It's a great way to spend your afternoon bonding with a friend or loved one!
Space is limited, so be sure to get your spot before this workshop fills up!
THE NITTY GRITTY:
WHAT: These moving mouth puppets are a fun and simple project. From dragons and fairies to cats and dogs, there's almost no limit to what you can make. This workshop utilizes STEAM/STEM curriculum.
WHEN: Saturday, February 10th from 10am-12pm.
WHERE:Puppet Pie Studio, 1301 Grand Avenue, Studio 4, Phoenix, AZ 85007. The entrance is on the south side of the building (on McKinley), to the left of the heart mural. Follow the signs on McKinley. There will be signs, don't worry. (You can also find a map through the menu navigation at the top of this page: Contact > Visit.)
SKILLS REQUIRED: Sitting respectfully for up to 2 hours; tracing/drawing detailed patterns; Cutting detail in fabric and other materials using sharp scissors; using hot glue guns*; accurately using a ruler.
*No one under the age of 13 will be permitted to use a glue gun. If you are bringing a human younger than 13, please be prepared to help them during the gluing portion.
WHO: This workshop is designed for ages 8 to adult.
Extra Details: One purchase is required for each person who will be participating. If the participant requires assistance/special accommodations, please bring an assistant (example: an adult friend, parent, or guardian) at no extra charge. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions about this policy.
You need to be in the Phoenix area for the workshop. If you don't live in the area (i.e. you have an address that is outside of the Phoenix, Arizona area) and you do plan to attend, please contact me to let me know you'll be attending, otherwise I'll politely cancel the sale for you (as I just simply can't ship myself to you, as much as I wish I could).