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D*S Valentine’s Day Crafting Breakfast (RSVP)

by Grace Bonney


Photo by Maxwell Tielman

This year, one of my biggest goals was to host more in-person events, parties, classes and get-togethers in our Brooklyn office. We’ve worked so hard to make this space homey and welcoming, so I really want to open our doors and have as many people from the community over as possible. To kick off the New Year, we decided our first event would be a Valentine’s Day Crafting Breakfast! Amy and I have long lamented that Valentine’s Day is too focused on romantic love and could use a little dose of friend, family and pet love, too. So we wanted to throw a good old-fashioned crafting party where we can make Valentines for friends, family and anyone else special in our lives. In addition to teaching some of our favorite paper Valentine projects, we’ll be providing all the supplies you need, as well as tasty breakfast treats and drinks (and some romantic comedies playing on the TV in the background). We’re transforming the office into a Valentine’s Day wonderland, and all the projects, food and decor from this party will be turned into an entertaining story for D*S, so if you can’t join us in person, you’ll be able to re-create the party in your own home. Want to join us? Just sign up below! xo, grace

  • What: D*S Valentine’s Day Crafting Breakfast
  • When: Wednesday, January 30th
  • Time: 9amโ€“10:30am
  • Where: D*S Office in Greenpoint, Brooklyn
  • Cost: $25 (Fee includes all our crafting supplies, breakfast and stamps for mailing.)
  • RSVP: Sign up here to reserve your space (we will keep a waitlist, too, just in case!)

 

*Last year we cut our Valentine’s Day crafts a little too close to the holiday, so this year we’re hosting the party in late January so everyone has plenty of time to make and mail things to friends for the holiday.

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