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Kayla’s Creative Art Studio Re-launches and Will Now Offer a Wide Range of Crafting Classes and Special Events for All Ages

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BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ  – Just in time for National Craft Month (March), Kayla’s Creative Art Studio in Berkeley Heights is re-launching as a one-stop-shop and destination studio for creatives and crafters of all types. Kayla’s will still offer paint and sip events for the public as well as private parties, but the team is excited to introduce a wide range of crafting classes and special events aimed to teach new techniques and designed to inspire creativity and fun for all ages. Kayla’s will now offer one-of-a-kind classes such as jewelry-making, hand-painted boxes, origami, knitting, photography lessons and floral arranging, led by industry experts and well-known artists. 

And as part of the re-launch, Kayla’s is hosting a free grand reopening party on March 19th from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the Berkeley Heights location, 629 Springfield Avenue. During the event, attendees are invited to take part in a variety of activities from painting projects to knitting and will have the opportunity to take home a special handmade gift.  

Since community is a major part of the studio’s mission, the team at Kayla’s is partnering with Family Promise of Union County to help support local homeless families and is asking that all who attend the grand reopening event bring full size children toiletry items such as tooth brushes, tooth paste, baby lotion, shampoo, etc. Since children represent 65% of the people they serve, it is imperative that we help give back. Family Promise is also in need of new (not used) pillows and blankets. 

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“The team at Kayla’s is excited to partner with Family Promise of Union County and happy to invite the community to make a difference and take part in our grand reopening event,” said Sheri Levine-Shea, Founder and Owner, Kayla’s Creative Art Studio.  “I founded the studio based on my love for art, but more importantly, my daughter has inspired me to see things differently about life, passion and balance and that ultimately gave me the motivation to open Kayla’s Creative Art Studio. It is exciting to re-launch Kayla’s Creative Art Studio as a warm and inviting place for everyone in our community and beyond to visit.  We want to encourage people of all ages to create something unique and spend time with loved ones while escaping from the stresses of everyday life.”

Celebrate National Craft Month (March) by exploring Kayla’s new classes such as knitting, jewelry making, origami and much more.  Please see our calendar for details. If you are crafty and want to share your passion with others, Kayla’s is always looking for new instructors, contact: info@kaylascreativeartstudio.com.

About Kayla’s Creative Art Studio:

Founded in 2014, Kayla’s Creative Art Studio launched as New Jersey’s ultimate destination for Paint and Sip fun. Based in Berkeley Heights, NJ, Kayla’s Creative Art Studio is the only place in the area that offers an extensive range of hands-on classes and special events. Friends, family and co-workers alike, are welcome to decompress and disconnect from technology while immersing themselves in a variety of arts and crafts led by extraordinary instructors.  Our goal is simple—help create memories that last a lifetime.  

For more information: http://www.kaylascreativeartstudio.com.

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