Let’s Make Paper & Turn it into a Journal!

Let’s Make Paper & Turn it into a Journal!

$325.00

6 in stock

Instructor: Elizabeth Goins

Class Length:  2-day (virtual)

Date: Saturday-Sunday August 1-2, 2020

Time: Saturday from 9 AM to 5 PM & Sunday from 9 AM to 3 PM

No. of Students:  Minimum: 3 students. / Maximum: 8 students

Tools: Bring gardening gloves and shop glasses from home.

Description: 

Students will construct a deckle and mold to use in class and at home.  They will use different equipment to see different size and shape of paper and learn the paper-making vocabulary. They will begin by recycling everyday paper and then add leaves, flowers, grass, etc to decorate the paper. After learning paper making, they will then get a sheet of pulp to make paper from plant material.

On day 2, students will flatten their paper using an iron (if necessary) and then create a lovely journal.  Each journal will then be hand sewn.

Cost:
Tuition: $300
Material Fee: $25 


Bring the following to class:

  • Metal strainer with handle
  • Old towels
  • Newspaper (lots),
  • Plastic kitty litter tray—not an expensive one,
  • Paper decorations such as seeds, dried leaves, confetti, glitter—anything you want to put in paper pulp to decorate their paper
  • Apron and shoes they might not mind getting wet

6 in stock

Description

Students will construct a deckle and mold to use in class and at home.  They will use different equipment to see different size and shape of paper and learn the paper-making vocabulary. They will begin by recycling everyday paper and then add leaves, flowers, grass, etc to decorate the paper. After learning paper making, they will then get a sheet of pulp to make paper from plant material. On day 2, students will flatten their paper using an iron (if necessary) and then create a lovely journal.  Each journal will then be hand sewn.

This class will be held virtually. Please check your email for instruction on how to access the class.

Please provide the following materials (the Instructor will provide the rest):

  • Metal strainer with handle
  • Old towels
  • Newspaper (lots),
  • Plastic kitty litter tray—not an expensive one,
  • Paper decorations such as seeds, dried leaves, confetti, glitter—anything you want to put in paper pulp to decorate their paper
  • Apron and shoes they might not mind getting wet
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