Mother's Day Gift: Handmade Memory Book

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Event Category

Arts & DIY

Event Overview

Photo books are the best way to cherish and preserve your memories.

Whether it's a display of adventurous travel photos, a collection of favorite birthday’s or a personalized poem; this one-of-a-kind creation is a gift sure to melt your moms heart!

Artist Katie Netti will walk you though the process of creating a 5x7 inch soft bound memory book, complete with a decorative cover and as many pages as you can fill with photos or messages!
$25 fee includes all materials, just bring your pics!

We will be using a simple book binding technique with waxed thread to bind the book together. I have LOTS of ribbons, charms, exotic papers, beads, dried flowers and MUCH more, all at your disposal for creating a unique and personalized gift for your Mom this year! I like to include quotes and messages as a special touch.

*If you have digital images and are unable to print them, please send me the images and I will get them ready for you:)

What to Bring

Photographs, please contact me if you need help with your photos

Minimum age

All ages welcome

What's Provided

I provide all Materials

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Katie Netti

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Katie Netti is the Owner of Urban Oil Ceramics. She is a Cincinnati raised, New York educated and Chicago residing (Logan Square) artist and high school art teacher. She sells work through her website as well as through several retail stores throughout Chicago. Katie is a multi-media artist, using both traditional and radical materials. She has many creation outlets from painting to book binding to photography, sharpies, glass and ceramics, most intended for functional use. Everything is handmade and she intrigued by the use of found and recycled materials within her work.

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