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Paint & plant event

It's been quite a transformational year for me. So many unpredictable things have happened; lessons and blessings. One thing I've learned this year is to celebrate myself more and I'm working on staying connected with others. The community we build around us is so important! I had the urge to connect and create. So I decided to host my first Paint & plant event at my studio and it was amazing! During this event, we laughed, mingled, painted our pots, and talked about life. It was truly relaxing and something I needed. I hope everyone left feeling as great as I did! I plan on hosting similar events monthly, with different themes. I'm all about growth because we are all constant works in progress. That's why this theme was paint & plant. All about planting seeds of growth.

Whether you are an experienced artist or a beginner, you will find paint & plant events relaxing and entertaining. You don’t need any experience. Paint & plant workshops are great to enjoy with friends, co-workers, and family. If you come on your own, you will have a new batch of friends by the end.

I’m so grateful to everyone who came out and joined me for this event! The event was small and intimate, with 7 of us all together. Everyone was so unique and full of positive energy. We shared stories, talked about politics, and much more. I hope to see you at my next event!

All materials were provided and the tickets included:

  • Paint

  • Paint Brushes

  • 2 Pots

  • Soil, Seed, & Succulent Plant

  • Bonus Affirmation Cards

  • Drinks & Snacks

Paint & plant event

Painting Pots is a fun craft idea that would appeal to younger and older kids. The finished pots make cute handmade gifts and are also a fun gardening idea for Spring or Summer.

Unfortunately, I had such a great time I forgot to take photos of all the flower pots painted. There were so many beautiful creations. Below is my finished product! What do you think?

Painted pot by Kayla Chew

Painted pot by Kayla Chew


It's a pleasure to meet you! I am a Mother, Photographer, and Artist. I decided to create this blog to share educational resources, tips, and to help others in business, and at home, stay organized, focused, and be intentional with their lives.

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