August Pop-Up Shop and Skillshare: Aromaholic and Chuppy Love

A clean face. A cute gift. And a cool beverage. Our August 11 pop-up shop and skillshare offers all three. If you’d like to spend a Saturday afternoon making your own all-natural facial scrub, shopping for adorable crocheted critters, and sipping freshly squeezed lemonade, then be sure and visit us at the Trumbullplex.

August’s skillshare is entitled Scrub-a-Dub-Dub! A DIY Guide to Facial Cleansers. Join Liz Drabik, owner of Aromaholic: Intoxicating Bodycare, in making a simple and inexpensive facial scrub using all-natural ingredients. We’ll start the class with a guide to the basic ingredients, and discuss which are best suited to different skin types. Participants will then get to choose from a variety of materials such as clays, ground nuts and seeds, base oils, and essential oils in crafting their own unique scrub.

Photo: Genna Cowsert

The day will also feature a special guest pop-up shop by Chuppy Love. Only the coldest heart could resist this line of cute little amigurumi characters, crocheted by local graphic designer and crafter Genna Cowsert. All of Genna’s bears, lambs, monsters, and other creatures are handmade, using allergen-free fiberfill and Eco-Fi eco-friendly felt. We’ve enjoyed Genna’s participation in many of our past events, and we’re proud to showcase her adorable aesthetic and fine craftsmanship.

As always, we’ll be offering free coffee, tea, and homemade vegan baked goods. And this month, we’ll also feature a kids’ lemonade stand! Ramona, 6, and Henry, 3, will be making and serving ice-cold lemonade at pay-as-you-wish prices. Stop by their stand and quench your summer thirst, while supporting an early education in independent business.

Admission to our pop-up shop is free. There is a $5 materials fee for those who take part in the skillshare.

Small Craft Pop-Up Shop and Skillshare
Saturday, August 11
Pop-Up Shop open 2:00 – 6:00 pm
Skillshare begins at 3:00 pm
Trumbullplex Theater
4210 Trumbull
Detroit

About amelac

Amy is highly active in Detroit's thriving indie craft scene. With her family, she hosts Small Craft, a monthly social craft event in the Trumbullplex theater. With Handmade Detroit, she organizes the Detroit Urban Craft Fair, Michigan's largest indie craft fair. Through her company my marigold, she sells a variety of handmade goods celebrating life on the Great lakes.
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