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Celebrate National Craft Month with DIY Boston

Posted by Melissa Massello  March 12, 2013 12:00 PM

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Did you know? March is National Craft Month! Started in 1994 by the Craft & Hobby Association, National Craft Month celebrates taking the time to do something creative, whether trying something new or picking up an old favorite project.

Here at DIY Boston, we're celebrating in our own way — with a Craft Swap! Click through for all the details:

On Thursday March 21, join us for a post-work "crafternoon," the perfect way to celebrate the launch of our monthly DIY Boston Nights at Collaboratory4.0!

Bring your leftover craft supplies to swap with other makers, and use our space to work on projects (we have tons of Pin-spiration for you on our DIY Boston board). We'll have pizza, Polar Seltzer mocktails, and Unreal candy to keep you satiated.

We'll also have a Project Pantry sponsored by Goodwill Boston, and everyone who purchases a Kickstart Kit ticket will get all the supplies they need to create a trendy, Pinterest-inspired craft on-site.

Grab the Mod Podge and we'll see you there!

DIY Boston Night Craft Swap, Thursday March 21, 6 to 9 p.m. at Collaboratory4.0, 40 Berkeley Street, Boston. Tickets $10 to $15, available on Eventbrite.


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Melissa Massello is a newspaper journalist turned startup junkie and lifelong Bostonian who prides herself on her do-it-yourself attitude. From making her prom dress out More »
Tara Bellucci is a Boston-based writer that lives for fonts, food, and flea market finds. Whether decorating jars of her homemade jam for The Boston More »

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