Weekend Review : Greenhouse Holiday Party

DEC 19, 2015 updated May 18, 2021

It was a crafternoon full of joy and cheer in the Spoonflower Greenhouse during the holiday party for local community members earlier this month!  From cardboard yarn ornaments just for the kids and wreaths created from fabric scraps, the day was spent crafting festive projects with friends. The holiday spirit of giving was in the air with a handful of donations to the Softies for Mirabel handmade toy drive!  

  Softies for Mirabel

Yarn ornaments, fabric wreaths, and gift wrap bags!

Yarn ornaments, fabric wreaths, and gift bags made from Spoonflower gift wrap were a big hit with even our youngest party goers!

Festive fabric wreaths!

Greenhouse attendees show off their festive fabric wreaths, complete with custom bows printed on Spoonflower fabric!

More Softies for Mirabel donations!

Kimmi and Adele, the craftiest mother-daughter duo we know, proudly display their beautiful Softies for Mirabel donations!

A Spoonflower Holiday Sweatshirt!

Surrounded by Softies for Mirabel donations, Spoonflower Print Operator Gina shows off her festive sweatshirt featuring the Spoonflower logo made from Organic Cotton Knit! The cuddly snowman to the left is made from Spoonflower Minky!

Gift wrapping in the Greenhouse!

It was a gift wrapping frenzy during the Greenhouse holiday party!

 From the Spoonflower Greenhouse family to yours, we wish you a very warm and craft filled holiday!

Meredith

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