In this fun and informative workshop you’ll learn simple papermaking that you can do at home using an ordinary kitchen blender, a plastic storage tub, frames, gift wrap, newspaper and junk mail.
This class is taught by 9th grader Adalia Fritsche, who will show you how easy it is to be creative and environmentally conscious. With a few supplies and some basic instructions, you’ll be well on your way to making handmade paper. Create papers you can use for a variety of art and craft processes, including invitations, stationery, note cards, journaling and more!
This class is suitable for ages 6 and up. Great for parent/grandparent and kids!
SUPPLIES: Paper, blender, strainer and tub are provided.
CLASS SIZE: minimum 4, maximum 14.
COST: $19 includes all materials.
INSTRUCTOR: Adalia Fritsche.
REGISTRATION: Call 715.421.4598, or register online at PapermakingJuly10.
PARKING: The Cultural Center is at 2651 8th St. S. Wisconsin Rapids, between Culvers and Goodwill.