Cake Decorating: Join Denise Beavers as she walks you through a series of flower making using gum paste. Her talent is amazing and she will teach you to use the same techniques that she has perfected! And her students leave with flowers that look as awesome as hers!
Sugar Cookie Decorating: Denise teaches this class, too! Learn to make beautiful decorated pieces of edible art! You will be the talk of your holiday and special events, or at get-togethers!
Baked Bread and Specialty Desserts: Join Cindy Sneed to learn what it takes to make your breads light and tender, cook with alcohol and make famous desserts that everyone will rave about!
Email email@example.com or call 931-913-2327 for more info about these upcoming classes!!
Mixed Media Ars and Crafts
Mixed Media Art is a broad definition covering many arts and crafts; a few projects might include collages or assembling 2D and 3D projects. It might use altered objects including books and boxes, handmade greeting cards, tags, art journaling and book making.
Mixed Media includes paints, papers and boards of all kinds (including cardboard!), glues, buttons, fabrics, found objects, photos, metal bits, fibers, things from nature, inks, pencils, crayons, markers, pastels and polymer clay, to name a few.
Throughout the year BluBearz will offer amazing projects for you to work on.
Watch our Scrapbooking/Mixed Media page for upcoming details, or email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 931-913-2327 for further details.
We offer a beautiful, fully stocked kitchen for a pleasurable learning experience. You can take classes ranging from beginners to advance, or classes that focus on specifics!
We also have classes that will help you find the delicate balance of cooking main dishes and desserts with alcohol, southern Italian cooking, making sauces and gravy, as well as good 'ole county cooking.
New details on these classes will be announced soon! Watch our cooking/cake decorating page.
Have you learned how to make sewing projects, yet still feel lost afterward? What do you do when your stitches are too tight or too loose? What is the best seam to use? Which thread should you use for your material? Do you understand patterns?
If you need help with any of these, we can help you! Our Sewing 101 is geared to help you to stop scratching your head and actually understand all of this and more!
We also offer project classes that will leave you feeling accomplished and ready to tackle more!
Check out our sewing page for details and our calendar page for upcoming dates.
REMEMBER: We are updating our page so new projects will be added throughout the month of July!!
Kissin' N Cookin' Date Night
Time for a special evening with a special date! We will cook a main course, side dishes, dessert and bread while discussing the importance of building your spouse up.
Price includes all food ingredients and a copy of The 5 Love Languages by Dr. Gary Chapman.
This class is limited to 2-3 couples, so reserve your spot soon!
Dates are: 1) Tuesday August 22nd @ 6:30 to 9:30 2) Friday October 20th @ 7 to 10
Menu will be announced soon!
Cost is: $125 per couple
Email email@example.com or call 931-913-2327 to reserve your spot or for more information.
With decades of crochet experience, Cindy will teach beginning crochet, master classes, layettes, sweaters, afghans, doilies, coasters and more!
Watch for classes listed on the Sewing/Quilting page.
Make stunning cards, ornaments, pictures or 3D projects!
After you've mastered the basics you can sit in front of the TV, visit or easily travel while making your spirals to prepare for assembling your final art piece.
Beginner projects include a kit with all you need to perfect your technique, or kits are available for individual purchase.
Projects will be listed on the Scrapbooking/Mixed Media page soon!
Illustration Contest for K-2nd Grade
Local children’s author, Lydia Dodson, has written another book! She is searching for pictures – 25 to be exact! That’s right! All pictures for the book (24, plus the cover) will be selected from kindergarten through second grade students in Coffee County and surrounding counties.
RULES FOR ENTRY:
Entries will be accepted from public schooled and homeschooled students
What type of paper?
White (no lines) such as printer paper (no cream colors, no construction paper, ect.)
8 ½ x 11
Turn paper to the landscape position, not portrait position
Turn SIDE of paper underneath 1 ½” to 2”
Write in small, legible letters:
Name of school or Co-op
Provide contact information that you are comfortable providing, such as: school, phone number, email, etc. This will be used to contact the winners
Have the child write their name on this back section; each picture that is published in the book will have the students name listed under it as it is written on the submitted picture. Child’s name will be printed in the front of the book, as well
Picture must be done in crayon and/or colored pencils
Subject of drawing:
Arts and Crafts Fair
Inside or outside
With or without people or animals
May include anything that would be seen at an arts and crafts fair
Deadline: Contest begins: THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 7, 2017
Contest ends: WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 20, 2017
Winners will be announced at: BluBearz ‘N Friendz 112 S. Collins Street Tullahoma, TN 37388 931-913-2327 When? Saturday September, 30th, 2017 Time: 4:30 p.m.
One entry per child
Pictures will be judged by a panel of 5:
Tina Gordon, Traders Bank Fran Gray, South Jackson Civic Center Robin Dunn, Alderman Lydia Dodson, Author Connie Dodson, Student
Special note: Legal guardians of all winners will be required to sign permission form for pictures to be printed