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Ink Meets Paper, 4411 Spruill Ave, Charleston, SC
Sunday, December 8, 2019, 1 – 3pm

“Learn the craft of leather marbling as you make marbled leather coasters with Anna and Erica of Atlanta-based Glad & Young.
About this Event

Merry & bright and just in time for holiday gifting!

We’re excited to host Anna and Erica, the talented duo of Atlanta-based Glad & Young, for a very special leather marbling workshop at the INK MEETS PAPER studio. During this 2-hour workshop, Anna and Erica will demonstrate and teach you the ins and outs of leather marbling, along with tips for creating eye-catching color schemes and palettes. You’ll marble two sets of four leather coasters, valued at $50, (keep a set and gift a set!) and have the option to add embellishments like edge painting and custom stamped messages.

No experience necessary. All supplies and materials are included.

BYOB (we do have glasses and a bottle opener for you to use).



Workshop size is limited to 12 attendees (so you get lots of one-on-one attention!), and each attendee must purchase a ticket. As this is a one-time special event with guest instructors, all tickets are non-refundable. Please ensure you are able to attend on the date and time specified before purchasing a ticket.

In the event that our class minimum of five attendees is not met, refunds will be issued through Eventbrite to your original method of payment.


Anna and Erica are the founders of Glad & Young– a design studio producing fun-loving leather goods that are dreamed up and created in their Atlanta, GA studio. Since 2015, they have set out to make bags and accessories that are daring, colorful, and full of personality. Functionality is and will always be their first priority, but on top of their products also solve problems (yes— they did make sure the computer tote perfectly holds three bottles of wine), and they’ll last you long enough to pass on to your grandkids. Until then, the Glad & Young team will keep working to create bags that are exciting to own, and as empowering as the person who carries them.”

Event Type: Arts and Culture, Other