CRAFT

Club members create card art during workshops

Posted 8/8/22

In recent week, members of the Scrapbooking, Papercraft & More club participated in interesting and fun workshops.

Two cards offered via separate ZOOM sessions instructed viewers on making …

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CRAFT

Club members create card art during workshops

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In recent week, members of the Scrapbooking, Papercraft & More club participated in interesting and fun workshops.

Two cards offered via separate ZOOM sessions instructed viewers on making elegant slimline triple easel cards and overlapping gate fold cards.

Every first Thursday of each month, SPAM holds a Card Art Swap, where participants create two cards based on a theme provided the previous month. After a brief show-and-tell, one card is swapped with another participant via a random draw; the second card is donated to the club’s Meals on Wheels program and provides the homebound residents with a variety of cards to send to friends and family.

August’s Card Art Swap theme entailed making a sympathy card that also included any type of shape within the design; the variety of designs created by the talented card makers was endless.

A demo on creating stained glass-like cards by heat embossing a stamped design on acetate and “coloring” it with glitter will be offered Thursday, Aug. 18.

Those who enjoy papercrafts, cardmaking or scrapbooking (traditional and digital) are invited to drop-in and visit with members. New member forms are available at the clubroom.
SPAM meets in Beardsley center’s Agave Room on Wednesdays (6-9 p.m. in the winter), Thursdays (10 a.m.-3 p.m.), Fridays (10 a.m.-3 p.m.) and Saturdays (10 a.m.-5 p.m.).

Call Club President Lynne Marion at 440-666-6386.

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