Workshop: Paper Black-eyed Susan
9 in stock
Teacher: Linda Hamilton
Join artist Linda Hamilton in making one of our most beloved native wildflowers out of paper. This workshop will teach the basics of working with paper to create a unique and life-like flower. Paper flowers are a joy to make and a wonderful way to celebrate the beauty of nature. Linda has been making paper flowers for over a decade and has developed simple, effective techniques to make flowers look as real as possible. The techniques learned in this course can be modified to make many other flowers such as daisies, cosmos, and echinacea. With a little advance preparation, you will be able to complete this flower in this workshop. No previous experience with paper flowers is necessary, though you will need basic crafting skills.
Supply List: Black, yellow, green crepe papers, wire, templates for cutting blossoms and leaves. Printed instructions.
Students Bring: scissors, white glue
Date/Time: Monday, September 27, 9:30am–Noon
Location: Online via Zoom
MAXIMUM PARTICIPANTS: 15