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welcoming a new year of creativity Bring on 2017! As soon as the Holidays wrap up, my spring mindset kicks in. With that comes an incredible urge to get creative and get to all those DIY projects that got cast aside last year. It’s a great time to take all that energy and apply it to make it happen. Our Late Winter, Early Spring Guide is full of inspiration to get you on your creative track. We continue to welcome and showcase some of the most inspiring, talented and creative people from the Sea-to-Sky and beyond. We have 22 NEW workshops included in this guide and we’re thrilled to extend our creative offering to include kid’s & youth workshops for the young creative in your life. All workshops are ready for booking at Bungalow968.ca I’m beyond grateful to get to work with so many talented people and would love to meet you in the shop to connect and create something you love. Won’t you join us? 3 Bungalow 968 Late Winter & Early Spring 2017


vintage décor rentals __________________________________________________________________ 5

Rental Procedure ____________________________________________________________________ 6

Entrepreneurial, Personal & professional development ______________________________________ 9

Monthly accountability series _________________________________________________________ 10 Vision Board ________________________________________________________________________ 12 Wordpress Basics ____________________________________________________________________ 13 Feng Shui___________________________________________________________________________ 14 Headshot Session ____________________________________________________________________ 15 State & Story Mornings _______________________________________________________________ 16

language ____________________________________________________________________________ 17

French for Beginners ________________________________________________________________ 18 Soirée Français ______________________________________________________________________ 18

Photography _________________________________________________________________________ 21

Intro to photography ________________________________________________________________ 21

Art, Illustration & Lettering ____________________________________________________________ 22

Beautiful Bears for Beginners _________________________________________________________23 Introduction to Modern calligraphy ___________________________________________________ 25 Valentines Calligraphy ______________________________________________________________ 28

Textiles _____________________________________________________________________________ 29

learn to crochet – Scarf ____________________________________________________________ 30 Intermediate knitting – hat ___________________________________________________________ 30 Intermediate Crochet – Basket _________________________________________________________ 31 Dream Catcher ______________________________________________________________________ 34 Macrame Wall Hanging _______________________________________________________________35 Learn to Quilt _____________________________________________________________________ 36 Tapestry Weaving ____________________________________________________________________ 37 Indigo Dyeing _______________________________________________________________________38 Learn to Sew _______________________________________________________________________ 39

Plants & Florals _______________________________________________________________________ 41

Spring Planter ______________________________________________________________________42

POTTERY _____________________________________________________________________________45

Pottery Place Setting ________________________________________________________________46

Kids & Youth __________________________________________________________________________46

Photography Foundations for Youth ___________________________________________________49 Learn to Sew For Kids _______________________________________________________________ 50 Pottery for Youth ___________________________________________________________________ 51 Tapestry Weaving for Kids ____________________________________________________________ 52

Furniture Painting & DIY _________________________________________________________________53

Milk Paint 101 ________________________________________________________________________54 Barnboard Headboard _______________________________________________________________ 55

Creative Open Space ___________________________________________________________________ 56 Instructors, Creators & Makers _________________________________________________________ 58

Entrepreneurial, Personal & Professional Development ___________________________________ 59 Language __________________________________________________________________________ 61 Photography _______________________________________________________________________ 61 Art, Illustration & Lettering __________________________________________________________ 62 TEXTILES __________________________________________________________________________ 63 Pottery ___________________________________________________________________________ 66 Plants & florals ____________________________________________________________________ 66 Kids & Youth ________________________________________________________________________ 67

Thank You ___________________________________________________________________________ 68 Photography credits __________________________________________________________________ 69

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vintage décor rentals Bungalow 968’s Fleet of Vintage Rental pieces and vast collection of restored, refinished and handmade goods, helps inspire people to incorporate vintage and re-worked décor into their home or event. From lending pieces for parties or photo shoots, to creating the entire look of a rustic or vintage inspired wedding, our hand-sourced pieces will add an unexpected twist to any event.

Featured – Marigold Armchair, Heart Fountain Chair, Toby Frame, Schoolhouse Frame, Persephone Armchair, Dover Desk

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Rental Procedure

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View Collection – View our rental collection online, create a wish list of items you like.

2) Complete Contact Form – Provide your contact and event details to hello@bungalow968.ca. Give us a brief description of your vision. Include which items you are interest in and how long you will require them for 3) Personal Consultation – Bungalow 968 wants to know your story and truly understand you vision. We meet with all clients personally or over the phone to better understand your ideas and how we can help make them come to life 4) Review Rental Agreement – We will prepare and send our Rental Agreement for your review and signature 5) Secure Your Order – Your order will be booked and secured once we have received your singed Rental Agreement and deposit of 50% of your total rental value. A credit card is required to secure your order 6) Process Remaining Balance – Your remaining account balance and damage deposit will be processed on your credit card two weeks prior to your event 7) Item Pick Up – Your items will be ready for pick up from the Bungalow 968 shop at the commencement of your rental period, one day prior to your event 8) Have fun! It’s your day! Enjoy your celebration and your vision coming to reality 9) Return Rental Items – Return your rental items to the Bungalow 968 shop by 5pm the day following your event

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1. Unplug

Leave the TV and the incessant social media browsing aside. Technology distances and distracts us from the real world and building real connections. Take a technology break.

2. Tap into your non-verbal and intuitive side

Switch off the left analytical and linear side of your brain and switch into the right side where creativity, imagination & arts live.

3. Process emotion

Have something big going on in your life? Are you perhaps seeking the answer to a problem you can’t seem to solve? Stop the constant analysis and seeking for something that isn’t coming. You’ll be surprised what comes to your mind after a creative session.

4. Creativity breeds more creativity

People try to tell me all the time ‘I’m not creative. I’m just not good at that.’ Firstly, that is rubbish. Secondly, now is the best time to start.

5. Open a door

When you’re creating, you’re expanding not only your skills but your subconscious. New and unexpected paths suddenly appear when you become open to them.

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Entrepreneurial, Personal & professional development

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explore your ideas grow your creative enterprise

Monthly accountability series

build your business

STACEY TUCKER & MEG MACLURE Monthly, January 2017 – December 2017 $75 - $810 Do you feel a pull to do something, big or small, humble or impactful? Do you have ideas, passion, dedication and an undeniable drive to be an entrepreneur? The ideas are coming, but which one do you jump on? Where do you start? What path do you take? Where do you find guidance to help shape your idea? Our Monthly Accountability Series is for aspiring achievers, creators, makers, innovators, entrepreneurs, moms or small business owners who seek clarity and direction in taking their next steps to achieving their goals. Through the heart-centred leadership of Stacey Tucker and Meg Maclure, our Monthly Accountability Series will provide you the opportunity to explore your ideas, grow your creative enterprise or build your business. We work together to clarify your ideas and help you shape a plan to turn ideas into reality as you move through 2017. Your commitment to our year-long series of once monthly meetings provides you the opportunity to gain:

Space & Clarity - dedicated YOU time to identify your desires as you clearly define the next steps on your creative path Accountability - ensuring you stay focused and on track Connection - access to resource sharing, networking and community building as you become a part of an inspiring group Support & Encouragement - utilize the power of a motivated group and inspiring leaders Local Mentorship - matched specifically to you and your path

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Rebecca Amber photography

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Vision Board KAREN VONKEMAN February 1, 6:00 – 9:00 – or – February 8, 9:00 – 12:00 $125

TAKE A STEP ON THE PATH OF DIS COVERY TOWARDS VISUAL IZING YOUR GOALS

During this workshop, you will create a vision board that will help you discover and activate what you ultimately want in life. After going through a visioning process, we will:

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Draft a personal vision statement that enables you to choose your destination and map out alternate routes to get there Define your top 3 values Express what you are most passionate about Outline at least one BHAG (Big Hairy Audacious Goal) Integrate it all together visually on a board

You will learn how to unleash the power of vision boards by creating a bridge to the future through application and activation. Then your vision board becomes a physical, visual and energetic manifestation of the change you want to bring into your life. What to bring • A sense of fun and creativity • Images that inspire you -from internet, catalogues, pictures, etc. • Magazines and catalogues to flip through to choose more images • Glue stick • Scissors • Any other material such as stickers, yarn, etc. that resonate with you

// Some materials included • A stock paper board • Some images, magazines • Outline of the process to take with you for future project

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IMAGES NOT CROPPNG CORRE CTLY ON YOUR WEBSITE? WHAT IS A WIDGET ANYWAYS? E A STEP ON THE

Wordpress Basics LINDSAY MCGHEE March 1st, 8th & 15th 6:30 – 8:30 $175 Are you frustrated with updating your current website? Images not cropping or aligning correctly? Have one small task to complete but have now spent 3+ hours researching how to do it? And what is a Widget anyways? This workshop is for individuals who are looking to better manage or make edits to their pre-existing, self-hosted Wordpress websites. Over three sessions, you’ll be guided through learning and understanding the basics of how to use your self-hosted, Wordpress website. You will learn how to navigate through the back-end of your Wordpress site, adjust basic settings, use basic plug-ins, edit pages & posts, upload media and manage users. This workshop will be facilitated in a group environment, but allow for one-on-one time to have your sitespecific questions addressed. Workshop participants will receive 20% off up to 4 additional hours of support with Lindsay McGee Designs.

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// You will learn the basics of

Photo resolution & the difference of Web vs. Print • Using and managing a Wordpress website • HTML / CSS • Editing • Theme Specific Settings • Search Engine Optimization or SEO // What you need

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A laptop & charger A pre-existing self-hosted Wordpress.org Website • Your Wordpress login information • Photo-editing software for resizing and cropping • Pen & notebook Workshop Terms & Policies • Based on the complexity of your website, please note we may not be able to address all your questions in the time allotted for the workshop • As Wordpress themes and associated plugins are all different in functionality, updatability and simply how recent they have been developed, please understand that there may be discrepancies between your theme and another attendees theme, as such these specific items may be reserved for focusing on during the one-on-one time


Feng Shui KAREN VONKEMAN Evenings: March 16th & April 20th 6:00 – 9:00 $149 for class 1 OR $249 for both classes *class 1 required to take class 2

ENHANCE YOUR ENERGY AND THE ENERGY OF YOUR LIV ING AND WORK SPACES

Saturday: March 4th 10:00 – 4:00 $249 for one day workshop In this two-session workshop you will learn how the art and science of Feng Shui can be applied to create home and work environments that are in alignment with the healing forces of nature, thus creating spaces that naturally support and nurture the people who occupy them. When the principles of Feng Shui are applied correctly, the outcomes can be powerful. In the first class, we will build a foundational understanding of the basics of Feng Shui. Then a connection between the Bagua (Feng Shui map) and the chakra system will be presented and a cure for enhancing your health will be applied. The second class is hands on! We will learn the essentials of space clearing and apply Feng Shui principles to your house or business plan.

Session 1 • Feng Shui Defined • Translation • Purpose and Benefits • History • The Basics • Understanding the Bagua • Chakras and the Bagua • The Wheel of Life Cure Session 2 • Review of The Basics • Essentials of Space Clearing • Applying the Bagua to your house or business space • Overview of Basic Cures

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Headshot Session JANNICKE KITCHEN March 19th, 11:00 – 4:00 *30 Minute time slot $175

CAPTURE THE BEST GL IMPSE OF WHO YOU ARE

Headshots are valuable photos that can be used for your business and personal life. Your clients and customers want to know about you and who you are. A great headshot will ensure your face and your brand is at the forefront of your target audience’s mind.

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During your 30-minute session, you will have access to up to two of Bungalow 968’s vintage pieces to add to your photos. Keeping it fun and light, we’ll be sure to capture great shots that truly reflect who you are. After your session, you will receive 4 digital files, sent to you via email.


CONNECT BUILD RELAT IONSHIPS GROW TOGETHER

State & Story Mornings NATASSHIA NEARY & MEG MACLURE Last Thursday of each month 9:30 – 10:30 Free Co-created by Natasshia Neary of Oh The Sweet Things and Meg Maclure of Bungalow 968, State + Story Mornings are gatherings for creatives, small business owners, aspiring entrepreneurs, and new-to-town folks who have a desire to connect, build genuine relationships and grow together. We gather on the last Thursday of the month to enjoy coffee and conversation in a relaxed authentic and inspiring environment.

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language

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WE ENCOURAGE YOU T O KEEP AN OPEN MIND AND DARE T O SPEAK!

French for Beginners

Soirée Français

LENE PELEMAN Feb 21st, Feb 28th & Mar 7th 6:30 – 8:30 $185

LENE PELEMAN Jan 26th, Feb 23rd Mar 30th, April 27th 6:30 – 7:30 $25 per evening

This workshop is perfect for those new to speaking the French language.

Refresh your French speaking skills by practicing in a social and informal environment.

Over this three-session workshop, you will be introduced to speaking the French language as you gain basic conversational skills, such as how to greet and say goodbye to others and conduct a light conversation. We will focus on speaking, correct pronunciation and expressing ourselves confidently in French. We encourage you to listen to French radio, watch French TV or read French books in between workshops to enhance your French experience.

These once monthly evenings are perfect for those with basic, conversational French comprehension and those looking to refresh their existing French speaking skills. These evenings will provide you the opportunity to practice speaking French as you enjoy a glass of French wine and a sampling of French cheese. The evening’s conversations will be facilitated and focused around a theme that includes keywords and role playing to ensure all attendees ample time to speak.

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‘LIFE AND AR T ARE SYNONYMOUS AND I HAVE CH OSEN THE MEDIUM OF CLAY FOR MY EXPRESSION ’ – Meghan McCrone

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Photography

GET OUT OF AUTO MODE AND LEARN HOW TO USE YOUR CAMERA T O ITS FULL POTENTIA L WITH AWARD WIN NING PHOTOGRAPHER , REBECCA AMBER

Intro to photography REBECCA AMBER April 8th, 12:00 – 4:00 $225 Workshop students will be guided through setting up your camera, shooting in the raw and how to best work with natural light. You will learn more about your camera’s basic functions; how and when to use them, how aperture, shutter speed and ISO settings best work together to capture the best photos. Rebecca shares with you what she keeps in her camera bag, at all times, shows you the basics of editing and answers your specific questions during a Q + A time. // You will learn the basics of:

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Camera functions Shutter speed ISO F-stop Lighting and Composition Editing photos on your computer

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// What you need:

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DSLR cameral with basic lens and SD card Pen & notebook List of questions


Art, Illustration & Lettering

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CREATE YOUR OWN BRIGHT , B OLD, INTUITIVE PAINTIN G USING ACRYL IC PA INT ON CANVAS

Beautiful Bears for Beginners KANDICE KEITH Evening session: Feb 23rd, Mar 2nd, Mar 9th 6:30 – 8:30 Weekend session: Feb 25th & Feb 26th 12:00 - 3:00 In this hands-on workshop, you will learn to prepare a canvas, color theory basics, mixing of color and basic brush work as you create a painting of a local iconic bear under the expert guidance of local artist Kandice Keith. You will explore tinting and shading, colors as a value, use of complimentary colors to make your colors ‘pop’ and how and when to use big, bold brushstrokes. Each night you will be led through different exercises to teach you basic techniques while build your confidence as you complete your work of art. 23 Bungalow 968 Late Winter & Early Spring 2017


// Some materials included Materials included • One canvas per student • Gloss for both layering and top coat • Base layer paint Required supplies

Paint: Professional acrylic paints are strongly encouraged. We recommend either Golden Brand Fluid or heavy bodied) or Liquitex. Paints can be purchased at Opus Art Supplies or Garibaldi Graphics. Minimum colors required: • Phthalo Blue (green shade) • Ultra Marine Blue • Dioxazine Purple • Quinacrindone Red • Hansa Yellow Medium • Titanium White

Additional recommended colors: • Green gold • Quinacrindone Nickel Azo Gold • Yellow Ochre • Teal • Cadmium Yellow Dark • Van Dyke Brown • Cadmium Red Dark

Brushes: Professional quality brushes are strongly encouraged. We recommend the following that can be purchased at Opus Art Supplies. Minimum brushes required • Opus Legato Brush Set of 5 Additional recommended brushes: • Opus Legato Brush, 1, large size 10, 12 or 14 • Opus Legato Brush, 1, small size 2

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LEARN THE BASIC ESSENTIALS OF MODERN CALL IGRAPHY

Introduction to Modern calligraphy NATASSHIA NEARY March 22nd, 6:30 – 8:30 $120 Learn the basic essentials of modern calligraphy in this hands-on beginner class This two-hour beginner class is perfect for those who have never held a calligraphy pen before. Using a beginner’s calligraphy kit you will learn about the anatomy of the nib, basics of the lowercase alphabet and the techniques used to connect letters together to form words or quotes. At the end of the workshop you will take home a 4”x6” handwritten quote created by you, along with the skills and tools to continue with your basic calligraphy writing at home. Students are asked to bring a short quote of up to a maximum of five words. We recommend that you avoid caffeine before the class as it can be quite challenging to stay still when writing. Please note this class is offered for right handed students only. All workshop attendees will receive 10% off Oh The Sweet Things stationary collection on the day of the workshop. // Materials included • 1 wooden clipboard • 1 oblique pen holder • 2 nibs • 1 pot of ink

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Practise drill & lower case guide sheets 1 lettering template Personalized name tag


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SHOW YOUR LOVE USING MODERN CALL IGRAPHY

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Valentines Calligraphy NATASSHIA NEARY February 7th, 6:30 – 8:30 $120 Use modern calligraphy to show your love this Valentine’s Day. This hands-on his beginner class is perfect for those who have never held a calligraphy pen before. Using a beginner’s calligraphy kit, you will learn the anatomy of the nib, basics of the lowercase alphabet and the techniques used to connect letters together to form words or quotes. At the end of the workshop, you will take home six handwritten cards created by you, along with the skills and tools to continue with your basic calligraphy writing at home. We recommend that you avoid caffeine before the class as it can be quite challenging to stay still when writing. Please note this class is offered for right handed students only. All workshop attendees will receive 10% off Oh The Sweet Things stationary collection on the day of the workshop. //Materials included:

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1 wooden clipboard 1 oblique pen holder 2 nibs 1 pot of ink

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Practise drill & lower case guide sheets 1 lettering template A personalized name tag Six blank greeting cards & envelopes

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Textiles

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KNIT A MODERN, BULKY HAT

learn to crochet – Scarf

Intermediate knitting – hat

RAQUEL OLIVIERA Tuesday March 14th, 6:00 – 9:00 $85

RAQUEL OLIVIERA Feb 9th & Feb 16th 6:00 – 9:00 $85

Learn to crochet in this beginner workshop

This workshop is for advanced beginners with basic knitting knowledge such as how to knit, purl and cast on & off.

This workshop is perfect for those who would like to learn the basics of crochet or need a refresher. You will learn about the tools for basic crochet and learn the techniques of chain, double crochet, working flat and back and forth. All materials included, we will work with a neutral colored yarn. // Materials provided

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12mm crochet hook 1 skein of Lion Brand Wool Ease, Thick and Quick

LEARN TO CR OCHET IN THIS BE GINNER WORKSHOP

During this two-session workshop, we’ll expand our knitting skills as we learn how to decrease stitches to shape the crown of a hat. In session one, we cast on and work on our hat. Students will then continue knitting at home in preparation for the next session. In session two, we’ll close off the hat as we learn the techniques of decreasing our stitching, shaping the crown and weaving in the ends to complete our project. Students are encouraged to continue knitting after the workshop and will be provided with a Learn to Knit workbook. We will work with a neutral colored yarn. You will learn how to: • Knit and join work in the round • Decrease stitching • Knit two together (k2tog) • Weave in the ends • Confidently read and apply other knitting patterns // Materials provided

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US 15” – 16” circular knitting needles 1 skein of Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick and Quick 1 stitch marker 1 set of tapestry needles for weaving in the ends

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MAKE YOUR OWN CROCHE T BASKET

Intermediate Crochet – Basket RAQUEL OLIVIERA March 21st OR April 6th, 6:00 – 9:00 $100 Make your own Crochet basket using chunky T-shirt Yarn If you know the basics of crochet, techniques of chain and double crochet stitching, this workshop is for you! Together we will learn to join our work in the round, increase stiches and make handles while making a beautiful chunky crochet basket. All materials included, we will work with a neutral colored yarn. // Materials provided

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12mm crochet hook 1 skein Wool & The Gang Chunky T-shirt Yarn

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Lollipop A baby knits collection by Knit It Out Designs

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DARE TO DREAM

Dream Catcher DIANE RUDGE Feb 18th, 1:00 – 4:00 $125 ‘Dream bigger than the stars, deeper than the sea and higher than the mountains.’ Create your own dream catcher to protect yourself from negative dreams, while letting positive dreams and energy through. The negative dreams will get caught up in the web, while the positive dreams would slip through the center. Using an assortment of natural elements of wool, driftwood, crystals, feathers and beads, you will be guided start to finish to completing your personalized creation. // All materials included

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LEARN THE ART OF MACRAME

Macrame Wall Hanging DIANE RUDGE Feb 22nd, 6:30 – 8:30 $115 Learn the art of macramé in this two-hour, hands on workshop Using driftwood and white cotton rope, you will learn to tie basic macramé knots and combine them to make a finished wall hanging. You will take away your completed piece at the end of the workshop. // All materials include 35 Bungalow 968 Late Winter & Early Spring 2017


Learn to Quilt Alanna Wilson| March 5th & March 12th 9:00 – 2:00 $165 Our project-based Learn to Quilt workshop will show you how to get started in the timeless, handcrafted art of quilting This two-session workshop will teach you the basic techniques for cutting, pressing and sewing fabric, as well as how to use rotary cutters, rulers and mats. You will be guided step-by-step through piecing, stitching and binding to create your very own, one of a kind, hand-sewn Modern Rising Quilt. This workshop is suited for an intermediate sewer who can thread a sewing machine, create a bobbin and comfortably sew in a straight line. // Materials and Equipment not included Students are required to bring and learn using their own machines and sewing tools in LEARN TO MAKE A good working order. Some additional tools will be on hand for use during the workshop, MODERN RIS ING however we recommend investing in your QUILT own equipment for your future sewing projects. Homework may be assigned between sessions. Fabric and notions can be brought from your stash at home or you can purchase Cedar & Needle fabric at Bungalow 968 prior to the workshop in store or online via Cedar & Needle. Registered workshop participants receive 10% off Cedar and Needle fabric and supplies selected for use during the workshop. Required Equipment • Domestic sewing machine in working order & with the ability to adjust stich length • Straight stitch foot • Fabric shears • Rotary cutter + mat • Quilting ruler • Seam ripper • Sewing machine needle + spare needle (Universal needle, size 90/14 or 80/12)

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Straight pins, 25+ Fabric marker, chalk or pencil to trace on fabric • Iron and ironing board Required Material • Thread, 1 spool, 100% cotton preferred • Bobbins 2 + spare • Fabric to be selected and purchased prior to the workshop via Cedar & Needle at Bungalow 968

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CREATE A COLORFUL WOVEN PIECE

Tapestry Weaving LIZ TOOHEY-WIESE Feb 2nd, 6:30 – 8:30 $165 Create your very own colorful woven piece that can become a beautiful wall hanging In this project-based, two-and-a-half-hour workshop, participants will be taught the basics of tapestry weaving using a hand built wooden framed loom. You will learn how to set up your loom, use a weaving needle and shuttle and be lead through a tapestry weaving sampler in which various patterns and shapes begin to take form. You will leave with your project well underway, as well as the knowledge and skills required to continue your at home weaving projects. // Materials included

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12” x 18” Wooden loom Weaving shuttle Weaving needle 100% Cotton Warp thread A variety of weaving fibers in a variety of colors and materials

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LEARN THE ART OF SHIBOR I DYEIN G

Indigo Dyeing DIANE RUDGE May 4th 6:30 – 8:30 $115 Learn the ancient art of Shibori dyeing, with techniques dating back to the 8th Century In this two-hour, hands on workshop you will learn about basic Shibori patterns and folding techniques. Tie and clamp your fabric to create patterns prior to dyeing in rich, bold indigo. The pattern possibilities are infinite. You will take away your completed piece that can be used as a scarf, blanket or wrap. // All materials included

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NEW TO SEWING? NEED A REFRESHER?

Learn to Sew STEPHANIE OTIS Feb 8th & Feb 15th 6:00- 9:00 $125 Ideal for those who have never used a sewing machine or those in need of a refresher in basic sewing techniques and machine operation Over two-sessions, students will complete a set of decorative throw pillows using their choice of fabric. Throughout the workshop you will be guided step-by-step through the basic skills needed to operate a sewing machine and serger, trace a pattern and cut fabric as you create your throw pillows. By the end of the workshop you will be able to confidently operate your sewing machine to work on your basic home projects. You will learn how to • Set-up your machine for your project • Thread & trouble shoot a domestic sewing machine • Create a bobbin • Change stitches & adjust tension // Materials and equipment not included

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Basic theory & technique practiced • Reading basic sewing patterns • Sewing in straight & curved lines • Making a button hole • Preparing, pinning, cutting & marking fabric before construction


Students are encouraged to bring and learn using their own machines and sewing tools. Bungalow 968 has a limited number of machines that can be reserved prior to the workshop. Some additional tools will be on hand for use during the workshop, however we recommend investing in your own equipment for your future sewing projects. Homework may be assigned between sessions. Fabric and notions can be brought from your stash at home or you can purchase Cedar & Needle fabric at Bungalow 968 prior to the workshop in store or online via Cedar & Needle. If bringing your own fabric, it’s recommended that you bring the fabric into the shop prior to the workshop to ensure it is suitable for this project. We may recommend an alternative if needed. Required Equipment • Domestic sewing machine in working order • Straight stitch foot • Buttonhole foot • Fabric shears OR rotary cutter + mat • Seam ripper • Sewing machine needle + spare needle (Universal needle, size 90/14 or 80/12) • Straight pins, 15+ • Fabric marker, chalk or pencil to trace on fabric

Required Material • Thread, 1 spool • Bobbins, 1 • Pillow 1 Fabric, ½ metre • Pillow 2 Fabric, ¾ metre • 16” x 16” Stuff pillow • Pillow stuffing, such as Poly-fil or Fiberloft, 1 bag • Buttons 1.5” diameter, 5

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Plants & Florals

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Spring Planter CHERYL SAYLE April 12th, 6:30 – 8:30 $120

Using a planter of approximately 14� across and a selection of shrubs, annuals and perennials, you will be guided through creating an outdoor planter to bring some spring to your door. You will learn how to select plants that fit together for seasonality, color and look as well as a review of plant care and watering guidelines. This will not be your Big Box store planter!

PLANT UP THE PERFECT SPRIN G PANTER

All workshop attendees receive a 10% discount card to be used towards future purchases with Nutmeg & Gray. // All materials included

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POTTERY

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Pottery Place Setting MEGHAN MCCRONE January 23rd & 30th 7:00 – 9:00 $150

HAND BUILD YOUR OWN POTTERY PLACE SETTIN G

In this two-session workshop, you will be guided through using textured slabs of clay to handbuild your own place setting of a mug, bowl & plate. During the first session, you will form your place setting and apply textures. In session two you will learn the various methods of glazing and applying glaze. Your hand-made creations will be kiln fired and ready for pick-up within a week of the workshop close. // Materials Included • Clay & glazes • Various objects to add texture • Two kiln firings – one after your works has dried, another after applying glaze

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Kids & Youth

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A FUN AND INFORMATIVE PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP FOR TEENS

Photography Foundations for Youth Ages 13+ PAULA OWEN February 21st, February 28th & March 7th 3:45 – 5:45 $225 A fun and informative photography workshop for teens! This workshop will be fun and informative allowing the students to gain confidence in using their cameras and taking fantastic photos.

During this three-session workshop, students will get out of auto mode and get to know the many settings on their camera and how to use them. This hands-on workshop will promote confidence in the students as they practice using their camera, working with various objects, subjects and settings while guided through working with angles, light and composition as well as depth of field. Students may be assigned homework to work on in between sessions, consisting of taking shoots that will be reviewed the following session. Students will be provided with a notebook, workbook and pen. All workshop attendees receive a 15% discount card to be used towards future sessions with Paula Owen Photography. // You will learn the basics of: • • • • •

Camera functions Shutter speed ISO F-stop Lighting, composition & angles

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DSLR cameral with basic lens and SD card


LEARN TO SEW FOR KIDS AGES 8 - 12

Learn to Sew - For Kids Ages 8 - 12 Spring Break Session: March 21st & March 24th 9:00 – 11:00 $75 Sew your own drawstring backpack in the material of your choice! This workshop is ideal for kids who are keen to learn how to sew and are ready to learn how to use a sewing machine. Over two sessions, students will gain basic sewing knowledge and skills required for basic machine sewing. They will learn how to prepare for a sewing project, thread a sewing machine, trace and cut pattern pieces and learn to sew in a straight line. Students will be led step-by-step through the process of making their own backpack as they develop their sewing skills. Fabric and notions can be brought from your stash at home or you can purchase Cedar & Needle fabric at Bungalow 968 prior to the workshop in store or online via Cedar & Needle. Registered workshop participants receive 10% off Cedar and Needle fabric and supplies selected for use during the workshop. // No experience required. Equipment provided. // Required Material: • Fabric, ½ metre or yard. Medium weight cotton preferred • I spool of thread, cotton preferred

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Pottery for Youth Ages 10 - 13 EMILY TOLMIE March 8th & March 15th, 3:45 – 5:45 $95 Add your own personal decorative style as you shape your own mug! Over two-sessions, students will be guided step-by-step to making their own mug with a handle. During the first session, students will learn to wedge & prepare clay, roll out slabs using a slab roller and cut templates for the mug shapes. Students will add their decorative touches using patterns and textures, attach the handle and prepare their piece for it’s first firing. Session two will involve the students sanding their piece and then choosing from a selection of glazes, use brushes to apply the glaze. Their piece will then be taken for it’s final kiln firing. Finished pieces will be ready for pick-up within a week of the workshop close.

CREATE YOUR OWN MUG AGES 10 - 13

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BASIC L OOM WEAVING FOR KIDS AGES 7+

Tapestry Weaving for Kids Ages 7+ LIZ TOOHEY-WIESE Feb 2nd, 3:45 – 5:45 $50 Experiment with colour and materials as you learn to weave using a recycled cardboard loom. Students will be led through the process of making their own small scale woven tapestry. No experience required, just bring your excitement to learn this new craft! // All materials included

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Furniture Painting & DIY

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Milk Paint 101 MEG MACLURE February 2nd OR March 23rd 6:30 – 8:30 April 22nd 1:30 – 3:30 $65 An introduction to Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint

LEARN HOW TO APPLY MILK PAINT

Learning to apply milk paint is a skill that can be mastered with a little bit of hands-on practice and this workshop covers the first steps. In this introductory class, we will focus on basic techniques for applying milk paint to different surfaces and learn the ins and outs of the finishing touch waxes and sealants that maintain the look of the refinished treasure. After this workshop you will feel confident mixing and applying milk paint and have a basic understanding of how to achieve that chippy or distressed look. You will take away painted samples with various finishes, as well as the ability

and confidence to apply your knowledge to other pieces waiting to be refinished at home. This class is for the aspiring DIY student with ideas, a collection of meaningful treasures in need of some TLC and a vision – but no previous experience. Workshop participants will receive 10% off Miss Mustard Seed’s line of paint and products on the day of the workshop. // Materials included 54 Bungalow 968 Late Winter & Early Spring 2017


MAKE YOUR OWN BARNBOARD HEADB OAD

Barnboard Headboard MEG MACLURE APRIL 1st, 9:00 – 4:00 $300 We take you from start to finish on your very own Barn Board Headboard. Working with an 80W x 32 T template, you will be guided through personally selecting and arranging the reclaimed wood boards for your piece. Keep your headboard rustic an woody or apply a simple wash in the color of your choice. All supplies are provided and workshop participants will receive 10% off all paint and Bungalow 968 retail products on the day of the workshop. A light catered lunch from Tall Tree Bakery and refreshments will be served. Delivery of completed pieces within Squamish for a $25 delivery fee.

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CONNECT AND CREATE WITH A LITTLE GUIDANCE

CREATIVE OPEN SPACE Saturdays, 2:00 – 4:00pm Pre-registration required $35 per session Creative Open Space is open to past workshop attendees who wish to continue to connect and create with a little guidance. Maybe you have questions about your project, need space to sprawl, need to get out of the house or want to work alongside Squamish’s community of creators. Creative Open Space allows you time and space to connect with others and work under the guidance of a seasoned creative. Creative Open Space sessions are open to past workshop attendees only and will be focused on a specific craft. Bring your work & materials and utilize up to two hours of Creative Open Space time to work on your project.

Creative Open Space

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Instructors, Creators & Makers

INSTRUCTORS, CREATORS & MAKERS

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Entrepreneurial, Personal & Professional Development Jannicke Kitchen JaNNICEK KITCHEN PHOTOGRAPHY

Karen Vonkeman THE V FACTOR

Years of travel and working at sea – always with a camera close by – gave me the special eye for how to captivate unique images.

Karen is curious by nature, fueled by connection and passionate about illuminating potential in others.

Photos of people, buildings and the ocean – what she loves most – follow Jannicke wherever she goes. Jannicke’s head shots come alive with tiny details and natural light. Driven to always bring out the best in every individual, Jannicke loves to catch natural smiles, laughing eyes, glancing looks and tiny expressions. Her professional real estate shots feature the surrounding and building details, creating a vivid impression of a house as your home. When not behind the lens you’ll find Jannicke outdoors with her three young children and husband, often out enjoying the ocean or high a top Whistler Mountain. Jannicke is Bungalow 968’s and Meg’s trusted primary photographer.

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Karen has been applying Feng Shui principals and conducting consults for over 11 years. She is a practitioner of BTB or Black Sect Tantric Buddhist Feng Shui, having completed her training achieving her Feng Shui Practitioner Certificate program at Mount Royal University. Additionally, Karen is an executive coach receiving her Graduate Certificate in Executive Coaching from Royal Roads University, as well as a Bachelor of Science (Kinesiology) from the University of Waterloo. Karen uses creativity, unconventional thinking and dashes of humor as she guides her clients in her private coaching practice and workshop teachings. She lives and works in Squamish with her husband and Belgian Shepherd and can be found in the Sea-to-Sky hiking the trails, paddle boarding, practicing yoga or skate skiing.


Meg Maclure BUNGALOW 968 Meg is an entrepreneur at heart with a passion for helping people.

Lindsay McGhee LINDSAY MCGHEE DESIGN + PROGRAMMING A creative passion and know-how to help your business seed, grow + thrive. With a passion for design and photography, and a vast knowledge of WordPress, Woocommerce, Mailchimp and other social media platforms, Lindsay helps others take their businesses from initial concept, through branding, print design, web development to digital and print advertising campaigns. Lindsay has been working as a freelance web designer and developer since 2009, in addition to working in an East Van design studio, Ecstatic Design + Communication from 2011 – 2015. Having worked on both small and large scale projects, Lindsay always brings her creative passion and know-how to help you and your business succeed. Lindsay is the driving force behind Bungalow 968’s award winning website. When Lindsay isn’t helping others create, you can find her hiking with her 1 year old son Leo on one of Squamish’s many trails.

Meg’s background covers working with startups in diverse range of industries including retail, restaurant, tourism and a national catering company. Having built two successful businesses of her own, Meg loves the process of building a business from the ground up. Meg is a skilled leader who assists others along their success path. She has overseen the management of people across Canada, often working in Aboriginal Communities assisting youth as they take their first steps into the workforce. She builds genuine connection and community through collaboration, and draws on her personal experiences to encourage and empower others to take bold steps in their business and life. Meg is a Mentor with Futurpreneur Canada, Brand Ambassador for Strong as a Mother, Co-Creator of State & Story Mornings Squamish and the recipient of the WNORTH Accelerate Scholarship. You’ll find her puttering in her garden, working on a DIY project or brainstorming with some of the most creative people in the Sea-to-Sky corridor and beyond.

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A powerful and compelling coach, she has a talent for inspiring her clients to make positive changes in their lives – to live their lives on purpose; inviting them to explore new possibilities, discover their passions, achieve their potential and realize their dreams.

Stacey Tucker THE BODHI TREE & STACEY Stacey brings powerful insight, brilliant intuition, a playful sense of humor, a calm sensibility and compassion to each of her clients.

Stacey’s education and background is in coaching, teaching and mindfulness practices, as well as Interior Design. She is a part time parent to two fabulous boys 9 & 6, and can often be found on a yoga mat or in the great outdoors, finding heart shapes wherever she goes. All children’s and youth workshop facilitators have undergone Police Information Checks and are cleared for working with children.

Language Lene Coens-Peleman FRENCH TUTORING SQUAMISH Growing up in Belguim, Lene was raised speaking Dutch and was introduced to French and English at an early age. She furthered her learning of languages throughout her schooling, as she mastered Latin and Spanish in High School. After obtaining her Bachelor of Communications from Artesis Plantijn Hogeschool, Antwerpen, Belgium, Lene followed her urge to share her love of languages with others by obtaining her teaching credentials from HB05 Antwerpen. Having recently moved from Belgium to Squamish, Lene began privately tutoring many of Squamish’s French Immersion students. Lene speaks both French, English and Dutch at home with her husband and children.

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Lene’s passion for languages was born long ago.


Rebecca Amber REBECCA AMBER PHOTOGRAPHY Rebecca’s career in photography was developed through travel and by documenting the beauty of the day-to-day minutia of life with her two children Anela, 9 and Kayden, 7. She found perspective and

beauty in the fray and discovered that sometimes the most cherished memories are captured in their most natural form when they are on the fringe of a moment in time. Largely self-taught, Rebecca’s work is authentic and at ease, her composition and eye for capturing images with unobtrusive intimacy have become her trademarks. Her tremendous talent has earned the adoration and accolades of the wedding and lifestyle photography industry, including one of the photography industry’s coveted prizes, Nikon’s International Emerging Artist of the Year. Rebecca’s work has been featured in Vera Wang, Martha Stewart Weddings, Style Me Pretty, 100 Layer Cake, Ruffled and many more. Rebecca shoots for her private clients as well as shooting for names like Billabong, Volcom and Minnetonka Moccasins. Continuing to build on her natural talent, Rebecca is constantly learning and growing as an artist. Her Intro to Photography Workshops help foster the enthusiasm in those that don’t yet possess the knowledge or skill, but share her passion.

Art, Illustration & Lettering NATASSHIA NEARY OH THE SWEET THINGS ‘In this day and age when technology is almost always attached to our hands, we like to think that our carefully crafted works evoke a sincere message that no text or email can fulfill.’ Inspired by finding beauty in the imperfections of life, Natasshia creates illustrations that are feminine and delicately romantic with a touch of organic simplicity. She loves to incorporate thoughtful details in all aspects of her work and believes that it’s the smallest things in life that bring us joy. Through every stroke of ink on paper, she aspires to create

authentic and tangible stories that speak truth and comes from the heart. Apart from designing stationary, Oh The Sweet Things takes on various custom projects like wedding invitations and signage.

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Kandice’s appreciation for art began at an early age while spending time at her family cottage in Manitoba. Moving west at the age of 18 Kandice continues to revisit her early influences of the beautiful prairies and love for creating. Kandice’s inspiration continues to be found in her daily surroundings such as the birds and bears in her yard or the sights and sounds of her family retreat on Gambier Island. Kandice’s work can be found at Art Junction in Whistler, Casa in Pender Harbour, Pepe and Gringos and more.

Kandice Keith KANDICE KEITH ART “My favourite moment being at the end of a piece when I define their personality and character by finishing my subject’s eyes.”

TEXTILES Alanna Wilson CEDAR& NEEDLE FABRIC BILLIES FLOWER HOUSE Alanna has a passion for textiles, colour, nature and community. Studying sewing as a young girl, she eventually branched out into Batik, Felting and Quilting. Alanna has a great knowledge and skill in colour combining and puts this talent to work not only at Cedar & Needle Fabric but also at Billies Flower House. Alanna is a teacher at heart, bringing vibrancy and beauty to the community she loves through Billies, Cedar & Needle as well as teaching the holistic fitness practise of Nia.

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DIANE RUDGE DIANE RUDGE

At home in the mountains, connected to the forest, in love with the wild and inspired by all things West Coast.

Diane’s pieces are created to be slightly raw and untamed, bringing an element of wild love and natural beauty to your home. Her artwork varies from large macramÊ backdrops or installations, to textured weavings and original dreamcatchers. Diane choses to incorporate nature into her art as much as possible, often using feathers, bark and flowers in her one of a kind pieces. Diane has a love for creative expression through styling and visual storytelling, her freelance creative direction and styling services utilized by brands such as Harlow Skin Co., Jackson Rowe, The Whistler Wedding Collective and Wild and Heart, a fashion and lifestyle boutique in Squamish, BC., which she co-founded in 2012.

Liz Toohey-Weise LIZ TOOHEY-WEISE ARTWORK Liz Toohey-Wiese is a painter and weaver in Vancouver, BC. Having recently completed her Masters of Fine Arts at Nova Scotia College of Art & Design, completing her undergrad at the esteemed Emily Carr University, Liz has a deep appreciation for all art forms. Liz brings her creative and artistic talents to her weaving workshops taught across Canada. Born and Raised in the suburbs of Vancouver, her work seeks to intervene in the broader notion of landscape in the cities and surrounding natural areas she finds herself in. Liz was most recently awarded the W.B. Bruce Fine Art Travel Scholarship and spent last summer traveling Europe experiencing and taking in art in all forms throughout her travels.

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Raquel Oliveira Knit it out ‘Knitting for me is art, it has to be expressed from the heart and with the soul.’ Knit It Out is a knitwear design company that brings style, sophistication and passion to the knitting world. Having an artistic vein since birth, Raquel had a calling to make knitting her life. Knitting has become her passion, therapy and a way for her artistic being to express itself, drawing on life’s moments and phases for inspiration. In the same way a painter expresses their feelings onto a blank canvas, Raquel works feeling and emotion into her designs using soft yarn, two needles and her own hands. Raquel has recently published a collection of baby knits called ‘Lollipop.’

Stephanie Otis SO. THE SEWING STUDIO Stephanie was just seven years old when her passion for sewing was born. As her mother taught her more about sewing, it quickly became her passion and she knew early on that she would turn her passion into a business. Stephanie graduated from the Fashion Design Program at Cegep Marie-Victorin in Montreal in 2012. In 2013 she moved from Montreal to Vancouver and her sewing business started to take shape as she took on sewing projects for clients, as well as teaching sewing lessons. Having recently relocated to Squamish, Stephanie wishes to continue to share her passion for sewing with the community. You’ll be seeing Stephanie around the Bungalow 968 shop as part of the Cedar & Needle team!

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Pottery Meghan McCrone MUDDY MARVELS POTTERY ‘Life and art are synonymous and I have chosen the medium of clay for my expression.’ Meghan creates pottery with the excitement and anticipation of it going out into the community with beauty, personality and practicality. Her love of clay began at age 14 when she was chosen for a ceramic workshop with artist Joe Fafard. Meghan broadened her appreciation of art during her studies at both the Capilano College and UBC Fine Art Programs, Emily Carr University of Art and Design, as well as her apprenticeship with Vincent Massey in Whistler. Meghan also holds a Bachelor of Education from UBC, which led her to teaching art at the Beattie School of the Arts Elementary in Kamloops, as well as the Cedar Valley Waldorf School in Squamish. Meghan is a loved local potter frequently found at local farmer’s markets and beyond, or at her homebased studio in Brackendale.

Plants & florals Cheryl Sayle NUTMEG & GRAY Cheryl is a long-time Squamish local who has been working with flowers and gardens for over 20 years. Trained as a both a Master Gardener and Florist, she started her own company so she can spend her days surrounded by the things she loves; plant, flowers, family and lots of tea.

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Kids & Youth Emily Tolmie EMILY TOLMIE CERAMICS Emily’s passion for functional ceramics originated from her enjoyment of celebrating food & drink with friends and family. Working in clay has become the joy that Emily chose because she fell in love with making ceramics. She feels the importance of handcrafted work in daily life is paramount in achieving fulfillment and happiness in life. Emily is a practicing ceramic artist, having received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Emily Carr University of Art and Design. She is continually growing her skills, studying at the Rhode Island School of Design and the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design. Emily is also a teacher, receiving her teaching degree from University of Victoria and a mother of two beautiful daughters.

Paula Owen PAULA OWEN PHOTOGRAPHY Having travelled the world taking photographs wherever she goes, Paula has always had an interest in art. With clients in Australia, Germany, Singapore and beyond, this award-winning photographer likes to draw on her creative side to make each photograph a work of art. Specializing in newborn, baby, maternity, kids & family photography, Paula also enjoys specialized glamour, portrait and boudoir shoots. In 1999, Paula spent time in teaching English in Uganda which inspired her to start a non-profit organization called Grassroots Assistance in Rural Development (GARD) that works with local Ugandans to help communities have access to clean drinking water. Paula lives in Squamish with her husband and two children and enjoys capturing candid moments of her children to keep the memories fresh.

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Thank You

Emily, Tim and Juno always fuel our creativity beyond measure with their delicious coffee. Just a few units down from the Bungalow 968 shop, they roast their coffee in house and serve up freshly brewed coffee daily.

JANNICKE KITCHEN PHOTOGRAPHY

Jannicke Kitchen is the local photographer who is the talent behind the lens of many of Bungalow 968’s and Meg’s personal photos. You’re guaranteed to laugh during a photo session and she’ll have your RBF problem fixed in no time.

Lindsay McGhee is the digital design and programming force behind the award-winning Bungalow 968 site. She brings organization and structure to our ever-churning, overflowing creative reservoir of ideas. She brings things to life in record time

Sweet is an understatement. Sabrina always shows up with a bright cheery smile and an armload of delicious treats. She spoils us rotten with her endless kindness and tasty delights!

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Photography credits PHOTOGRAPHY CREDITS Jannicke Kitchen Rebecca Amber Darby MaGill Paula Owen Photography Artists & Creatives own images Images may be subject to copyright

Copyright ©2017 Authored by Bungalow 968. All rights reserved. This publication or any portion thereof, including photography, may not be reproduced or used in any manner whatsoever without the express written permission of the publisher except for the use of brief quotations in a review. For permission requests, please contact: Bungalow 968, Unit 102 – 39012 Discovery Way, Squamish, BC V8B 0E5 604-898-1301

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Bungalow 968 Late Winter, Early Spring 2017 Lookbook  

A guide to all workshops and events happening at Bungalow 968 from January to April 2017.

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