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Wood & Wine NY: Pick Your Own

6:30 PM - 11:59 PM Wine Restaurant
Date: September 25, 2019 to September 25, 2019
Where: Wine Restaurant, 3191 New York 22, Patterson, New York, United States
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Join m|f designs at Iron & Wine, Wednesday, September 25th at 6:30pm!We will guide you step by step in creating your very own pick-your-own project!Choose from the following projects:1. Cheeseboard2. Lazy susan3. Round Serving Tray4. Rectangle Serving Tray5. Centerpiece/Planter Box6. Doormat7. 6-Pack Caddy8. Bottle Opener PlankONCE YOU PURCHASE YOUR TICKET(S), YOU MUST IMMEDIATELY EMAIL info@mfdesignsct.com WITH YOUR DESIGN CHOICE IF YOU DO NOT WANT A LISTED OPTION. CHOOSE FROM PREVIOUS EVENTS' DESIGN OPTIONS(as seen on our Facebook page/website) OR SEND OVER YOUR OWN *SIMPLE/SIMILAR* IDEAS. If we do not receive an email regarding your design choice by September 9th at 11:59pm, you must choose from a limited supply of stencils at the event.*Refunds will not be given due to not liking designs available the night of the event. Tickets vary in price depending on your project but range from $35-$55 each and include all materials, instruction, and a glass of wine!Stain(if applicable) and text colors will be chosen the night of the event.There will be drink and food specials available! -Cheeseboards($35) are 23.88" x 5.5" x 3/4"-Lazy susans($45) and round serving trays($40) are approximately 18" in diameter.-Rectangle serving trays($45) are 14"x24".-Centerpiece boxes($55) are approximately 18" long, 4.5" high, 5.5" wide.-Doormats($40) are 16"x24" and are coir.-Caddies($45) are 12″H x 9.5″L x 6″W-Bottle Opener Planks($35) are approximately 5" W x 16" L When making doormats, we use outdoor acrylic paint. These doormats are not meant for excessive, heavy use. The paint holds up well to regular wear and tear. Cheeseboards, lazy susans, and serving trays are mostly for decor but are safe to place most hard cheeses/foods on if you are not actually cutting them on the board.If you wish to cut your cheeses/food on the board and/or use it for soft cheeses/foods, we recommend treating your board with polyurethane