Creativity & Crave Cantina 2018 Paper Flower Making
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There’s been a long tradition in Mexico of constructing things, such as flowers, out of colored tissue paper. It’s a tradition that started more than 200 years ago in Mexico. Paper flowers are used to decorate fair booths, altars and graves. In some regions of Mexico, people decorate cakes with paper flowers. Tourists in Mexico can find the handcrafted paper flowers in hotel rooms or hung up on bamboo poles and sold on the streets.
You will be given all material and instruction to make a vibrant bouquet of paper flowers that can adorn your table, be given as gifts, or worn in your hair.
Creativity with Crave Cantina
Crave Cantina, best Globally Inspired Latin American Food north of the Border, located at 2097 Front Street, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 44221 is partnering with artist and teacher, Amy Mothersbaugh, owner of the art gallery, Studio 2091, located next door at 2091 Front Street, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 44221.
Every month in 2018 you are invited to join us for aView more
Individual Pre-paid Classes are $35.00
Walk-in price as long as space remains $40.00
Buy all 12 classes for yourself, or to give as a creative gift $ 300.00 ( dropping price to only $25.00 per class ). We can provide either a printed gift certificate or email gift certificate, for your holiday gift giving.
Class size maximum 24, so sign up now to secure your place in the fiesta of fun.
Contact: (330) 962-4292
2091 Front St, Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44221