A group of 16 teens, led by Landrum Library Teen Assistant, Leslie Yarborough and library helper Karen Taylor, attended craft day for teens at the Landrum Library as part of the 2014 Summer Reading program. The craft was designing their own t-shirts using markers, duct tape and bleach. The teens used duct tape to create unique designs and words on their one-of-a-kind t-shirts. They sprayed bleach on their designs, removed the tape and underneath were some pretty unique creations. This enthusiastic group of teens spent a fun hour chatting, sharing ideas, munching on provided snacks and being creative. (photo submitted by Anne Regan)
A group of 16 teens, led by Landrum Library Teen Assistant, Leslie Yarborough and library helper Karen Taylor, attended craft day for teens at the Landrum Library as part of the 2014 Summer Reading program. The craft was designing their own t-shirts using markers, duct tape and bleach. The teens used duct tape to create unique designs and words on their one-of-a-kind t-shirts. They sprayed bleach on their designs, removed the tape and underneath were some pretty unique creations. This enthusiastic group of teens spent a fun hour chatting, sharing ideas, munching on provided snacks and being creative. (photo submitted by Anne Regan)

Teens get crafty at the Landrum Library

Published 12:13pm Thursday, July 24, 2014

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