If you and your friends have been wanting to get back to a sip n paint but couldn't find one you are in luck. Cup-Corks and Canvas has announced it first virtual class and it will benefit the Ulster County SPCA. I don't know about you but I could use something new to do at home that is on the home improvement list.

Just like any other paint n sip event you will be given materials and an instructor will walk you through the process. The difference is that you will be doing this from the comfort of your home. The event is DIY Wood signs and it will be held July 29th at 6 PM. As a bonus it is also a fundraiser for The Ulster County SPCA which means you will feel extra good while you are creating because you'll be helping out animals who care counting on you for support.

Like other sip n paints you will be able to see the instructor and ask questions as you go. It will all be down in steps in real time. You have 20 designs to choose from so you can make a sign of your choice. You also receive a kit which contains everything you will need to make your master piece.

According to the Facebook Event post your kit will include:

-12x12 or a 6x24 wood board (size depends on stencil chosen)
-1 Background color-stain or paint
-2 paint colors for stencil (you are more than welcome to add your own paint from home as well to add even more color to your sign, any craft paint will work)
-1 piece of sandpaper
-1- foam Brush for background color
-make up sponges for dabbing paint on your stencil
-step by step printed instructions to complete your masterpiece.
-a mini bottle of wine

You will have to supply the 2 items listed below in order to finish the project.

-A scraper/smoothing tool (you can use a gift card or a credit card)
-A weeding tool (you can use an x-acto knife, a tooth pic or anything that has a sharp point on the end.

Find out more by joining the event on Facebook.

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