Are you thinking about going the Do-It-Yourself route this holiday season? If you are, you are not alone. Many people turn to diy projects as a way of curtailing holiday spending and adding a personal touch to the season.
For those living in New York’s Sullivan County, the Western Sullivan Public Library might be able to help with your home-made holiday aspirations. On the schedule this season are two 3D ornament design classes. Join the class and you’ll learn how to design and print your own 3D figurines using the library’s 3D printer.
Western Sullivan Public Library is not alone in their diy holiday craft class offerings. The New Ulm Public Library in Minnesota is offering a series of holiday classes to community patrons. Classes include gift wrapping, card making, and ornament making.
And if baking is more your thing, never fear, the Seymour Library in Auburn New York offers an array of bundt pans, cupcake tins, and even a castle cake pan for loan. Save the money you’d spend on specialty pans on baking a little extra to share with the neighbors this holiday season.
But no matter what classes your local library may be offering, remember there are sure to be a plethora of books filled with helpful diy tips too!
Additional information and links:
For more information on Western Sullivan’s Public Library 3D printing classes, view the calendar of events at wsplonline.org .
For more information on New Ulm’s holiday class series visit the library events page on the city of New Ulm’s website.
For more information on Seymour Public Library’s collection of baking tins click HERE.