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Summer Garden Napkin Collage Frame

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ID: SPA1347037
Web site: http://www.createncraft.com/gencon
Email: JoeR (at) createNcraft.com (Address obscured to fight spam. Replace (at) with @ for real address.)
Category: Spouse Activities
Rules: Game system not specified
Cost: $18.00
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Host: Joe Rotella (Create & Craft, LLC)
Age requirement: Teen (13+)
Experience requirement: None (You've never played before - rules will be taught)
Are materials provided: Yes
Location: Indiana Convention Center, room 203
Tickets: 17 out of 20 are available (as of 7:40 AM Thursday August 27th, 2020, but this information may be out of date.)
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Time slot: Sat Aug 17 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Event added: Thu Aug 27 7:40 am

Learn how you can collage with napkins and achieve artist-quality results! Create a frame using flowers, birds and butterflies to create a summer garden image. Taught by SPA GoH Joe Rotella. Turn an unfinished wood frame in to a work of art with napkin collage using USArtQuest‘s Perfect Paper Adhesive (PPA). Once you master this technique, you'll see how quickly you can transform thrift store finds into beautiful collaged pieces using paper napkins! Joe will also share ideas to take your project to the next level with found objects, stamping, gilding and more! Don’t be intimidated by collage! This project is very easy (and fun!) and you’ll leave thinking about all the other things you could create with these techniques. Joe Rotella’s work has appeared in numerous magazines, including Scrap & Stamp Arts, Just Steampunk and Somerset Studios Gallery Summer 2012 and on the PBS shows Crafting At The Spotted Canary and Scrapbook Soup TV. He’ll teach you his favorite techniques and tips for collage. Class fee includes frame, paint, napkins, adhesive and mica effects.

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