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Head Pieces


July 15th


3 hours



About the Workshop

Join us for the third edition of the ReVibe Workshop series, where we'll teach you how to create stunning headpieces that are both stylish and sustainable.

Headpieces are a perfect way to add some extra pizzazz to your outfit while also expressing your creativity. From bold and glittery to subtle and earthy, there's a headpiece out there for everyone. And the best part? You'll be using upcycled materials to make your very own unique piece. Get ready to make a statement with your one-of-a-kind headpiece at your next festival!

The ReVibe workshop series is the lovechild of two Berlin-based brands, Projekt Glitter and Josefina Studio, who are passionate about sustainability, creativity, and having fun. Through this workshop, we aim to inspire you to view the items you have at home in a new light, and to teach you how to repurpose them into one-of-a-kind pieces that are an expression of your individual style.

What to expect:

  • Learn upcycling techniques: This workshop is suitable for everyone, from beginners to experienced sewers, and will introduce you to the world of upcycling, and creative ways to add embellishments and details to your headpiece.

  • Receive expert guidance and support: Our team at Josefina Studio and Projekt Glitter will be there to help you every step of the way, ensuring you unleash your creativity and make a statement at your next festival.

  • Enjoy a cosy and glittery space: The workshop will take place at the Projekt Glitter Studio, where you can feel safe and comfortable in a space designed for up to 8 people.

  • Indulge in refreshments and good company: We'll have tea and snacks on hand, because let's be honest, what's a workshop without some refreshments and good company?

  • Take home your creation: At the end of the workshop, you'll have a one-of-a-kind festival headpiece to wear to your next festival or event!

  • Sewing tools and some materials will be provided: We'll supply sewing machines, all necessary sewing tools, and some upcycled materials for the workshop.

What to bring:

  • Materials you would like to incorporate into your piece: Be resourceful and creative! This is an upcycling workshop, so we encourage you to bring items you already have at home. Part of this is to learn to see potential in what you already have.

  • Here's some ideas for things to bring along: Broken jewelry, fabric scraps, belts, harnesses, mismatched earrings, brooches, broken hand bags, buckles, and ribbons.

  • Don't have any materials at home? No problem! Look for chunky costume jewelry, pendants, charms, and chains that can be used for embellishments.

  • Your creativity and willingness to experiment! Don't miss out on this opportunity to create a unique and sustainable festival accessory that reflects your style and values.

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