Shake Rag Alley Center for the Arts

Handmade Paper Flowers Kit

Instructor: Elizabeth Johanna

Registration Deadline: Registration Opens May 1

Description

With this kit learn how to use recycled construction paper pulp to make paper flowers that can be planted. Pour the pulp into the flower cookie cutter placed on a screen stretched over the coffee can. Pour a second color of pulp in the center of the flower and add seeds. Next sponge out the water and let the paper flowers dry. These make great gifts for your family. Grades K-6.

Class size 10

  • Tuition $10

Instructor

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Elizabeth Johanna

I am the Youth Program director for Shake Rag Alley Center for the Arts. I appreciate the families that fit in art classes or purchase art kits for their children. When I was young, the school I went to did not have art classes. I was enthralled by watching Jon Gnagy on television and enjoyed getting one of his ÒLearn to DrawÓ kits from my mom.…Read More

I am the Youth Program director for Shake Rag Alley Center for the Arts. I appreciate the families that fit in art classes or purchase art kits for their children. When I was young, the school I went to did not have art classes. I was enthralled by watching Jon Gnagy on television and enjoyed getting one of his ÒLearn to DrawÓ kits from my mom. Since then I have explored many art materials, but the current material I work with is handmade paper. I got into making paper first as a sculptural medium because the clay pieces I was making became too big to fit into a large kiln. After making large paper structures, I then discovered how much I enjoy making imagery with colored paper pulp.

Youth Program Workshops

Cementimals

Free Arts Camp – AM

Free Arts Camp – PM

Free Arts Camp – AM

Free Arts Camp – PM

Pioneer Day

Pioneer Day

Workshop ID 22YKKit-01 Catalog

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