Papercutting Art with Stacey Young at Vitreus Art - Hedgerow Framed Art
Papercutting Art with Stacey Young. Fun workshops creating papercut art - Suitable for beginners and beyond. "Very comprehensive, starting from the basics for a total beginner like me!!" - Cathy N In these lively workshops Stacey, aka Meet The Moon Designs will teach you how to create beautiful papercut art. Suitable for beginners and equally suitable for anyone who's already tried papercutting and wants to learn new techniques. Seasonal Hedgerow Papercutting Workshop - 3.5 hours, suitable for beginners and up; On this longer papercut art workshop you'll create a beautiful framed piece of art based on themes provided by Stacey - either Winter, Spring, Summer or Autumn. - Learn the basics of papercutting including safely using the knife, practising the techniques and then creating your own hedgerow themed paper art. - Framing your art to finish it off. - Refreshments and materials are included. - Advice on working at home; kits available from Stacey on the day.
What's included in the price?
For all Papercut Art workshops at Vitreus Art: Classes strictly limited to 6 places to ensure plenty of personal attention Spacious, sanitised workspaces provided Materials and practise templates provided Refreshments provided Classes run at Vitreus Art's Northants studio near Towcester at times listed below
Medium - Cancellation and a full refund can be obtained up to 4 weeks before the course starts
- Wheelchair users
- Limited mobility
- Public transport
- Parking provided
- Father's Day
- Suitable for beginners
- Mother's Day
- Intermediate level
- Pet lovers
Sadly not - due to the nature of the materials our classes are for adults only.
With all one-day and longer stained glass classes we include an info pack with details of the tools you've used and suppliers plus reminders of techniques used. This isn't included in half-day classes.
We'll be delighted to help you decided what's needed.
For fusing classes we're happy to advise on tools, materials and kilns on request.
Materials are included in all beginners classes - fusing and stained glass.
Please bring reading glasses if you use them, and sturdy fully enclosed shoes (no sandals).
Aprons, googles and gloves are provided where needed.
Because you will be using lead and solder containing lead on stained glass classes.
Lead is known to pose a higher risk to babies than to adults.
We welcome participating friends or partners.
Sadly there isn't room at most classes for non-participating friends or partners.
Fused glass will need to be collected after firing - we will contact you when ready.
This depends on which class you're planning to book.
For stained glass classes - it will be difficult to complete the class if you have severe arthritis or similar.
For fused glass classes - we suggest you choose a class which doesn't involve glass cutting - feel free to contact us to discuss.
If the class you're planning to book is described as 'for beginners' then yes!
Some of our classes are for improvers - these are described as such in the listing.
We have GF and Vegan biscuits in stock normally.
We will bring in non-dairy milk if advised in advance.
Lunches, where included, are provided by the Bell Cafe nearby which caters for intolerances, vegetarians and vegans.
Yes - plenty!
Yes, with level access via a ramp and accessible toilet.