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You should laser cut your holiday cards at the Department of Making + Doing

The next "Make Your Own Philly Holidays" workshop is this Saturday from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Georgia Guthrie (left) and Katey Mezroth at the Department of Making + Doing's "Make Your Own Philly Holidays" event. Photo from the DMD.

The holidays have arrived at the Department of Making + Doing and you’re invited to laser cut some holiday cards, make your own Philadelphia-themed cookie cutters and whatever else you can dream up using the University City makerspace’s equipment.

The next “Make Your Own Philly Holidays” workshop is this Saturday from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Get tickets ($5 – $10) here.

The DMD also holds drop-in nights every Thursday for anyone who wants to get their hands dirty. And don’t forget about DMD partner The Hacktory‘s Kickstarter campaign to teach artists how to incorporate technology into their work: the campaign ends Tuesday.

Check out photos from the first event below.

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One participant made this trolley T-shirt.

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Companies: Department of Making + Doing

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