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Beyond Tie Dye, the workshop is about the art of using colors. Not only participants will acquire knowledge in various Tie Dye techniques applied to amazing and colorful products, they will also share a unique creative experience with colleagues, friends and family.

We wish you will enjoy the whole experience and make it personal. Use it to develop your own making. Spread to word.
Marketing attributes to colors power and meaning. It drives us as human both consciously and subconsciously.
Color usage directly affects senses and emotions, they impact our inner self.
The colors drive us. We choose colors as a way to represent ourself to others. They reflect outward our inner vibes and influence our surrounding.
It is important to match the event type and the workshops (complexity, length, number of participants) to ensure keeping the correct order and the right pace.
For kids event, it is recommended to prepare everything ahead and plan a short and focused workshop of about 40 minutes. For adult event and ideation session, a 2 to 3 hours workshop is recommended, based on the expert and the activity level.
We can’t wait to see you unleash your skills and creativity during the workshop. Feel free to share your creation and inspire other creators, including us 😉.
Color Wheel suits kids, family and social events.
On birthdays and social events, there’s an option to expand the introduction…

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Adult Creativity Workshop
Surrounded by Idiots suits adult and company events.
For management and experience workshop, there’s an option to add excerpt from the book “Surrounded by Idiots” by the communication expert and writer Thomas Erikson.
Personal management style evaluation based on the color wheel. Blue, Yellow, Red and Green. An inspiring book about social interaction and how they translate to senses and colors. For copyrights reasons, we won’t attach images from the book. We will only recommend during the session, to integrate page 24 and 25, and the introduction in chapter 3.