Learn to Papercut at Wattle and Daub, Godalming in Surrey
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About the Course
If you fancy learning to paper cut why not come along to one of my papercutting workshops at Wattle and Daub in Godalming.
The session will begin with a cup of calmness and an introduction to the mindful art of paper cutting before moving onto a template sheet where you will begin to learn the different techniques, moving from easy shapes to more complicated patterns.
After an afternoon tea and cake break, you will spend the rest of the session cutting a themed templates amongst gentle music and nibbles.
As well as a full kit to take away, you will also have another template to take home to carry on with both of which you can keep to frame or gift to a friend.
You don't need to have any drawing skills to attend this workshop as I provide you with two beautiful frame-filling templates and the only thing you need to bring is yourself.
I am hopeful that this introduction will then give you the confidence to go home with your basic materials and to keep having a go, but to carry on the momentum you will also be granted access to the exclusive 'Papercutters of Seeded' FB group which shares tips and inspiration from 100 + other people who have attended the course.
If booking with a CraftCourses voucher for part or all of the course fee, please fill in the contact form above. The voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.
What's included in the price?
The maximum number of people per session is six and all materials are provided-Scalpel, pack of blades, a cutting mat and templates and backing papers-and are yours to keep and take home with you as well as refreshments and cake.
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Course Start DatesSaturday 25th November 2017
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