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Stay Crafty SoDak brings new ideas and hot crafting tips from local South Dakota crafters. Want to learn how to refurbish a tabletop with glitter, new stitches for your knitting project or what’s the deal with fairy gardens? These makers can help! They’ll teach SDPB’s in house crafter, Chynna Lockett and you can follow along at home with these short videos.

Stay Crafty SoDak

Teacher Appreciation Activity Ideas for next week! Try one!

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How can you express appreciation for a teacher who has educated and inspired your child? Here the National PTA offers ideas for parents, students, and schools to say a meaningful "thank you." Teacher Appreciation week is May 6-May 10.

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Stay Crafty SoDak: Geode Acrylic Pour

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Are you crazy about geodes? Kalliee Pearcy teaches us how to recreate the look using a *surprisingly easy* acrylic paint pour method! You can add a flare with gemstones or glitter.

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Stay Crafty SoDak: Fairy Gardens

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Shannon Lockett is a Master Gardner in the Black Hills and works with house plants at Jolly Lane Green House. She teaches how to pot your own decorative scenes and create fairy gardens.

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Stay Crafty SoDak: Fabric Draping

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In the debut episode of Stay Crafty, we learn the first step to designing your own clothes: Fabric Draping

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Hello from Stay Crafty SoDak's Chynna Lockett

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Stay Crafty SoDak host Chynna Lockett previews her upcoming digital series for SDPB.

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Introducing Stay Crafty SoDak with Chynna Lockett

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Chynna Lockett is South Dakota Public Broadcasting's arts and culture reporter. She's launching a new digital series this month that introduces you to the crafty people of the state. It's called Stay Crafty SoDak. Chynna Lockett joined In the Moment for a preview.

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