(When I originally shared this post, I was having technical difficulties with the photo. I've fixed it and am re-posting so that those of you who missed it, can see it now. XOXO!)
I always look forward to my visits with the fabulous women at the Paper Crown in Oklahoma City. It's such an awesome store, and their patrons are positive, creative, and loaded with wonderful attitudes. I've never left, without a smile.
It's almost like coming home.
Towards the end of April (April 23rd), I'll be visiting again, and this time teaching a new class - Home Sweet Home!
I think you'll agree, it's not your ordinary home! Isn't it sweet?!
This sweet home is constructed with glass and assembled with solder! A flame-less tealight candle is inside lighting up the internal art and designs from each student. I love how the art inside can be changed out with each season, or special family events. (Doesn't the window look delicate? I love the way the paper lace lights up!)
This project will be completed during our 6 hour class! Yes, SIX hours! It is a lengthy class, but a one hour break has been scheduled in. (It probably will not take you the full class time to complete this project, but I scheduled it in, just in case. I want everyone to leave with a completed project!) So, be sure to dress comfy and feel free to bring a lunch (or pop out to eat!). Light snacks and treats will be provided.
If you're interested in joining us for this fun class, contact the Paper Crown at 405.848.2389 (This class is an advanced class. Attendance in both my beginner and intermediate classes is required in order to attend Home Sweet Home.)
Each student will need to bring the following supplies with them: paper trimmer, scissors, wet & dry adhesives, pencil, ruler, extra fine black sharpie marker, tile work surface, soldering iron & stand, flux & brush, lead-free solder, sal block, burnishing tool, clamps, and bent nosed hemostats.