Welcome to the MADE social craft community! Our mission is to connect crafters from all around the world, and help them share their creativity and knowledge with others in an effort to build a better future for all.
In this blog, we will be discussing some of the ways in which we aim to achieve this goal, as well as highlighting some of the amazing content that has been submitted by our members. We hope you enjoy reading as much as we have enjoyed creating it!
I cannot thank you all enough for your warm response to my last post announcing Just Bella Bash and some fun changes going on in my life. It's a scary thing putting yourself out there and it means a lot knowing I have some great supporters. I even got a few notes from people in similar situations who were inspired by my post. If putting myself out there encourages even one person to make that scary leap, I'm a happy girl.
MADE SOCIAL. A MODERN CRAFT COMMUNITY
So I think it's safe to say I've been busy, because along with Just Bella Bash my bestie, Andrea Hanki and I have come together to create the event of our dreams and I've been bursting to tell you all about it. Introducing MADE SOCIAL - modern craft workshops designed to bring people together to meet, mingle and make stuff!
Andrea and I have spent so much time crafting and planning parties together - kids parties, holidays, business launches - and we realized this really is more fun when done with a friend or two... or 12... and thus, MADE SOCIAL was born. We saw a need for a unique way to spend a night with some girlfriends and to bring people together in a fun and creative way.
So what is it?? Essentially it's a craft party - you come, you make something, you eat/drink, you throw some confetti in our photo booth. It's all about getting out, getting creative and having an awesome time. Not only will we be getting crafty, but it's about the party too. Each event will be uniquely styled to reflect a theme or season and have a craft project to coordinate.
What if I'm not "crafty", you say? Don't worry, these fun and easy projects are for everyone and we will provide you with everything you need to make it happen. No experience necessary!
A few weeks ago we hosted our first official workshop and celebrated with some amazing bloggers and talented women in our creative community. We were excited and a little bit nervous, but these girls were so kind and enthusiastic that we had an absolute blast!
Thank you to Holly, Jenna, Diana, Justine, Kassey, Kassandra, Amanda, Kelsy, Jenna, Erinn, Linda, and Stephanie for being there to support us and celebrate our launch! We admire each and every one of you and are so grateful for this wonderful community.
We love crafting and we think that everyone should have the opportunity to do so. That's why we're passionate about creating a modern craft community where people can come together to share their ideas, experiences, and knowledge. We hope that you'll join us on this journey and help us make crafting accessible to everyone!
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the craft community?
The goal of Community Reinforcement and Family Training (CRAFT) is to teach families of people with substance use disorders how to prevent their loved one from abusing drugs or alcohol.
How do crafts help the community?
Children benefit from the holistic development of art and craft. By giving them a chance to learn new words and broaden their vocabulary, it aids in language development. As it requires a variety of actions, including drawing, using scissors to cut, and holding a paintbrush to paint, it also aids in the development of motor skills.
What is the purpose of craft work?
Children benefit from arts and crafts by developing a sense of pride and accomplishment, which increases their self-confidence. Giving kids the freedom to make whatever they want encourages creativity. By overcoming and overcoming creative hurdles, a youngster will learn to make wise and useful decisions.
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