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  By Alyssa Dyar Did you know you can make laser engraved playing cards in Ignite Studio? Imagine play a game of poker with a deck of cards that you made! Designing your own deck of playing cards is a fun way to get to know some...

  by Sydney Brink Ignite Studio offers a lot of fun felt sewing projects for school-age kids in our Hand Sewing kits in the Kit Library. But that also means we end up with a lot of felt scraps lying around! In an effort to keep some...

  by Garen Robie Ignite Studio is a great place for young patrons, like this week's Maker Spotlight on Abdullah and TJ, to explore and experiment with new technologies. These two came in to Ignite recently with their mom to complete their certification on our 3D printers....

by Garen Robie Creating snow art is a great way to beat the winter blues when mother nature hands you a bout of inclement weather. We do art everyday indoors at the Ignite Studio, but these projects will take you outside into a winter wonderland! Winter...

by Alyssa Dyar Making cyanotype prints in Ignite Studio is a fun and simple way to learn about our exposure unit and experiment with the color blue! And we have all the  equipment you need to get started. Cyanotype is a photographic printing process that produces...

By Kris Hurst "All art arises out of gratitude, a deep pervasive feeling that you are glad something exists outside yourself." ~Dorothy Koppelman In conjunction with the HEPL's Season of Gratitude, Ignite Studio offers virtual workshops and activity track packs during the months of November, December and January....

by Jackie Humphrey These Cricut Maker quick start tutorials will you help you get started making with Ignite Studio's Cricut Maker machine, which is one of our pieces of community equipment available every day. What is a Cricut Maker? The Cricut (pronounced like the chirping insect) is one...

By Sydney Brink What is Paper Marbling? Paper marbling is a way of dyeing paper for a more unique and beautiful effect – a craft that was developed well over a thousand years ago. Artisans in China used flour paste and pigment, while Renaissance-era papermakers in the...