In the midst of the hustle and bustle of everyday life, it is such a great idea to carve out time to reconnect with friends and family. Instead of the standard movie or game night, have fun together creating up a storm with some fun new kits from Dremel! The Dremel Hatch Project Kits (affiliate link) contain everything you need to create fantastic city skyline wall art, and there is no better way to enjoy these kits than to use them for fun creative craft night with family and friends!
This post is sponsored by Dremel. All opinions are entirely my own.
In a digital age, unplugged craft nights are such a welcome reprieve! What I love about hosting a gathering with the Dremel Hatch Project Kits is that they take the guesswork out of putting together a fun craft night. Everything you need is conveniently packaged together for you, including the wood pallet sign, paint, brushes, stencils and more.
Something truly brilliant about the kit packaging is that the box itself unfolds to become a work station to keep surfaces tidy as you create.
The kit comes with two skyline stencil designs, one for New York City and one for Chicago. If you really want to make this project personal, though, there are dozens of other skyline templates for other cities you can download for FREE on the Dremel website and use instead. How cool is that?
With the kits in hand, all that’s left to add wonderful friends, and maybe even some tasty snacks and your favorite beverage! I love the idea of turning this into a girls’ night, inviting friends to sip and munch while they create. The beauty of the Dremel Hatch Project Kits is that they enable you to conveniently have all you need to complete the project from start to finish, which means you’ll have plenty of time to prep and host a party everyone is sure to enjoy!
A few tips for setting up your Dremel Hatch Kit craft night:
- Unpack all of the boxes and get each station set up before the crafting begins. This will enable you to get right to the fun of crafting instead of negotiating wrappers and other packaging.
- Round up as many mason jars as you can find. These are not only perfect for organizing the brushes, pencils and other tools at each crafting station, but they are also really handy filled with water for rinsing brushes as you work.
- Have plenty of paper towels on hand for cleaning up inevitable messes, and also for drying brushes as you rinse them.
- Decide in advance if you want to use one of the downloadable skyline templates, and have those printed and ready before you begin crafting.
It’s so fun to see how unique every person’s creations are–even when starting with the same kit!
Ready to put together a fun craft night of your own? Purchase your Skyline Hatch Project Kits here! (affiliate link)
I have been creating up a storm with Dremel as a part of their Mission Makers team. Check out the video below to watch me unbox their Maker Kit (affiliate link), which is truly a dream for creative enthusiasts of all experience levels!