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Fri, Oct 13

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San Clemente

Bloody Crush Upcycled + Etched Glass

Upcycle a wine bottle into a gorgeous glass with custom spooky etching, and learn how to make a "Bloody Crush", a holiday cocktail/mocktail that is spine tingling in a good way. Come alone if you dare, or bring your crush for special night of terrific delight.

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Bloody Crush Upcycled + Etched Glass
Bloody Crush Upcycled + Etched Glass

Time & Location

Oct 13, 2023, 5:30 PM – 8:30 PM

San Clemente, 210 Calle de Los Molinos # C, San Clemente, CA 92672, USA

About the event

This Friday the 13th, don't let empty bottles die in a landfill graveyard. Give them new life at Meraki Glassware's Bloody Crush Etched Glass Workshop! 

We start by crafting your new favorite Halloween drink: The Bloody Crush. Sip on this twist on an Orange Crush (delicious with or without *spirits*) while making your custom spooky glass.

Learn how to score, cut, and polish an empty bottle or jar into a gorgeous drinking glass, then etch with a spooky custom design (or non-spooky if you're afraid of the dark).

This workshop is suitable for adults. 

Min 3, max 12 participants.

This workshop is taught by Jenn Kane of @meraki_glassware. Check out more information about Jenn and Meraki Glassware on the website www.merakiglass.com.

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  • Upcycled Etched Glass

    $75.00
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Sam Crane,

Dana Point, CA

This embroidery class was perfect!  The space is inviting and sparks creativity.  Cecilia is a skilled and effective teacher.  She provides you a cute little kit with everything you need! Incredibly grateful for Cecilia to hold the space for some therapeutic making time, community, and skills that I can take with me. Thank you, thank you!

Kristianne Riddle,

San Clemente, CA

"I have only attended the Fiber Club and Marbling Workshop so far am so inspired!! Small Space Collective is such a treasure in our town. San Clemente has been needing something like this for a long time. The two women who run this studio have an incredible vision. They are building a wonderful community of artists and crafters who can share and learn from each other."

Catherine Peet,

San Clemente, CA

"Small Space Collective is such a gem!! I was so happy to find a place to go do small artsy projects. I love that you don't have to sign up for multiple weeks but that you can just pick the workshops that you would like to go and it's easier with me with my schedule that varies all the time. I am already signing up for the next fun workshop."
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