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Kusudama: Origami Ornaments (Morning)

Kusudama: Origami Ornaments
Continuing Education

Dates & Price

Saturday, October 13, 2018
9:00 am–12:00 pm


Fee: $29

The Japanese kusudama is a paper ornament that is created by combining multiple petal-like units together to form a sphere of beautiful blossoms. Kusudama originated from ancient Japanese culture, where they were originally used for potpourri to ward off evil spirits. Learn to make your own sphere by folding and gluing bright colorful papers. The finished product makes a lovely indoor decoration or gift. Leave with the ability to make more on your own.

This course requires the dexterity of using your hands to make intricate paper folds, appropriate for beginners as well as those with experience in origami. All materials provided.

Instructor

Ashley Clayton

Where

Betula Room

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2018 Continuing Education Catalog