Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Craft Boston Groupon

If you live in the Boston area and are possibly thinking about coming to the Craft Boston Show next  (Dec. 9-11) weekend, check this out a way to save on admission!!  Someone sent it to me today, and they used my image for the Groupon!!  ha ha I've been Grouponed!

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In a Nutshell

90 talented artists crowd beautiful hall, displaying hundreds of unique pieces to savvy shoppers for holiday gift giving

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  • Expires Dec 11, 2011
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It is better to give than to receive, which is why the person who gives themselves a gift must regift it to themselves in order to overcome the despair of receiving it. Break out of a perpetual loop with today’s GrouponLive deal to Craftboston Holiday at theCyclorama at the Boston Center for the Arts from Friday, December 9, through Sunday, December 11. Choose between the following options:
  • For $15, you get weekend admission for two (up to a $30 value).
  • For $25, you get weekend admission for four (up to a $60 value).
Presented by the Society of Arts and Crafts, Craftboston Holiday brings together 90 of the country's most talented craft artists to present their wares to customers preparing for wintery gift giving. Savvy shoppers stroll through booths festooned with handmade pieces, crafted from such aesthetically appealing materials as ceramics, paper, and politicians' smiles. Guests can examine Kathleen Dustin’s mixed-media plant sculptures or ogle the shimmering, layered dresses in Selma Karaca’s collection. Those with too many gift-deserving friends can keep eyes peeled for "Craft Under $100" signs scattered throughout the hall, which help shoppers find budget-priced pieces such as ceramics from Irina Okula and metal candlesticks from Emily Rosenfeld. The Cyclorama elegantly encases crafty proceedings, with a giant copper skylight that helps brighten the hall.

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