Posted by The Events Editorial Team
29. Mar, 2012
|November 20, 2012|
|7:00 am||to||10:00 pm|
Carlton North’s new cafe/crafty den Crafternoon is holding late night sessions every Tuesday for people who can’t make it to finger painting in the daylight hours. The idea is simple: order food and art off the menu. Food options include boiled eggs and soldiers (wrapped in prosciutto if you want it fancy), fairy bread, lemonade scones, the Billy Jean (a mix of coco pops and rice bubbles in organic milk) and even a zooper dooper.
Art-wise you can order paint ($4) that gets you a table-top easel, easel, brushes and a palette of six colours. There’s also collage and construction, badges, and playdough, All art pieces are then hung from the ceiling so you can show others your brilliance.
Release thy inner child (and Picasso).
WHEN: Every Tuesday 7am – 10pm
WHERE: 531 Nicholson St, North Carlton
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