Woodworking Paint and Wine Studios - A New Business Concept
New creative spots for the DIY crowd are surging throughout the US! These creative spots offer raw materials where you will be hammering, screwing, distressing, sanding, staining & stenciling unique signs on wood worthy of your walls.
OMAHA, Neb. & MCKINNEY, Texas - May 15, 2016 - PRLog -- As we all know, a creative night out usually involves a group of friends or family getting together to sip and paint at a local art studio. The paint & sip industry is well known for canvas painting events. Some independent studios have one or two locations, while other companies host events in local restaurants & public venues.
Just recently we came across a rather new concept of woodworking workshops that follow the trendy canvas painting parties. Corky Boards in Nebraska, created by Angie Lewis (also owner of Corky Canvas), hosted a soft opening for family & friends on March 8th of 2016 & has been successfully hosting events ever since. Although most board & brush studios offer projects at a flat fee, usually $60-$65 regardless of the size of the project, Angie's workshops offer different prices, which gives customer the chance to try a smaller project on a 12x20 board for just $38.00.Many of these signs are customized with a wording, initials and/or a design that you choose depending on the day or night of the event. Interested DIY customers can visit CorkyBoards.com & find a project that fits their budget.
Other similar woodworking shops can be found in Frisco, Texas at Crafted, located on 8700 Main Street, Suite 150 and in Wautousa, Wisconsin at Craftspot, located on 6228 W State Street. Pre-registration is required for all board & brush workshops.
For more information on developing a website for either a canvas, wood or glass paint and sip business, contact Jason Leibow at Mastersitedesign.com.
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