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Paper Flowers Workshop

 

Let’s make flowers!

Learn the basic skills of sculpting paper into beautiful flowers that look fresh from the garden. Using colorful crepe paper, you will work step-by-step to create a small bouquet of rose buds perfect for a lasting bit of decor to brighten any home, work, or special event. All equipment, supplies, and instruction will be provided. You will leave the class with the understanding of how to cut and shape petals, plan their construction, and the final finishing needed to recreate additional popular floral varieties at home, such as peonies, dahlias, and poppies. 

Teaching Artist:

Liz Wright, the founder and Chief Creative Lady of Assembly, is a multi-disciplinary maker with an extensive history of creative projects and pursuits. She considers herself a lifelong learner and enjoys the challenges and thrills of learning a new skill and supporting others to do the same. As the conceptual lead of Assembly, she develops and teaches classes, runs daily operations, and steers the ship towards providing the most fun, accessible, and high quality creative educational experiences around.  


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