“Crafternoon” jewelry making for teens – July 12

Right: Teens can make their own jewelry at the library next week. (image cropped from Roberge’s website)

Next Wednesday, July 12th, teens can enjoy another session of the Southborough Library’s “Crafternoon” series. Popular crafter Mandy Roberge will oversee a “jewelry makerspace” for teens:

A jewelry making program for teens. Patrons can create their own unique item using colorful beads.

jewelry makerspace crafternoon flyerRoberge will guide and support them as they access their own imagination to create a one-of-a-kind keychain, bracelet or pair of earrings.

The free craft sessions all take place on Wednesday afternoons from 3:00 – 5:00 pm. Registration is not required to participate.

The schedule for the remaining sessions this summer is below. (Click thumbnails to enlarge):

July 26 – Sculpey Pens & Key Chains
(Program for teens)
Anything you can "sculp" from clay you can stick on a keychain! [image posted to flickr by (= dana <3 J.M =)]Patrons can create their own sculpey pens and key chains.

August 9 – Henna Tattoos
(Program for 12-19 year olds)
Henna art is Roberge’s main area of expertise. You can see examples on her website, here.

example from past Roberge workshop at the Library (image from Facebook)In this session, patrons can create their own hand designs to pencil onto their skin.

(click above thumbnails for photo credits)

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