What if you could spend time with friends and loved ones, color a fun piece of art, and end up with something you could proudly wear — or give as a gift? 24 west lemon — a new color your own scarf studio in Denver — offers the opportunity to do just that.
24 west lemon allows women and girls to color templates that get turned into one-of-a-kind scarves. Each scarf can be personalized with their name or special message.
Although the final product is a fashionable scarf, there’s something more going on with this new concept.
“We’re so much more than a scarf,” said Jennifer Ward, founder of 24 west lemon. “We bring women and girls together to express their creativity, connect, and relax through coloring."
At 24 west lemon there are no classes. Guests can visit the scarf studio by booking coloring time. Alternatively, they can order the Scarf Box that contains all supplies needed to color scarves at home, in the office, or any place in between.
“The Scarf Box enables us to extend our scarf coloring experience beyond our studio,” said Ward. “The box allows guests to color scarves where they want, when they want. It’s great for Mother’s Day gatherings, girls night in, birthday parties, team building, teacher appreciation, weekend retreats, or a book club activity.”
The coloring templates — created by professional artists — make the design process fun and enjoyable. Rather than starting with an intimidating blank canvas, guests select coloring templates that guide them to success — no artistic ability needed.
24 west lemon produces each scarf in the studio by transferring the colored art onto fabric. Scarves are mailed to guests within ten days after coloring.
Three scarf sizes are available ranging from $29-$49 — materials used to color the scarves are included in the scarf cost.
24 west lemon is the brainchild of Jennifer Ward who started the business in 2013 out of her home in northwest Denver. Now — five years after her initial idea for a design your own scarf studio — Ward has opened 24 west lemon, named after the street where she lives and where it all began.
Not only is it fun to color a scarf — it's fun for Mother’s Day gift-giving too.
“The scarves make unique Mother’s Day gifts”, said Ward. We also offer gift certificates for that special someone who may want to color a scarf of her own. After all, what girl— young or young at heart — doesn’t need another pop of color to add to her wardrobe?”
24 west lemon is located at 999 Vallejo Street, in Prism Workspaces— a community for creative start-ups, designers, and artists. For more information visit, www.24westlemon.com.