Paper Cutting next steps

paper cutting workshop

This course is geared towards people who have completed the beginners course and are ready to unleash their creative flair.

In this longer workshop you will create a beautiful, layered paper cutting using a pre-made template. Taking the skills gained from the beginners workshop, we work with more intricate details. For this reason it is recommended that you have worked using a scalpel before. We will go over the basics with a warm up template to get used to cutting with a scalpel.

We will be cutting two templates to create a layered paper cutting diorama.

All materials are provided.

This workshop is being led by Suzanne.

Cost

£65.00

Date

19 Mar 2021
Expired!

Time

9:30 am - 2:30 pm

What you will need

All materials are provided. You may wish to think about your design in advance and are welcome to bring pictures or a sketchbook for inspiration or reference.

Covid precautions

Whilst we continue to live with Covid where at all possible please bring your own sewing machine and sewing kit. Resources are available on-site if necessary. Please view our Covid-19 page for the latest guidance.

Refreshments

Drinks and biscuits will be available but we recommend that you bring a packed lunch with you.

Photography

During all of our workshops photographs are taken for promotional purposes only. Please make us aware at the time of booking if you would prefer not to be included.

Suzanne Snow

Tutor

Suzanne Snow

Suzanne is a paper cutting artist who loves to house her work in found objects - anything from drawers to lanterns - giving a new lease of life to something discarded. She takes part in Brighton Artists' Open Houses, exhibits in galleries and sells her work at craft fairs, as well as taking commissions. Suzanne began paper cutting by chance whilst experimenting with silhouettes on an illustration course. Her first layered woodland paper cut was made when she was homesick in Australia and missing damp, foggy days. Suzanne loves teaching Made and Making workshops as it's a sociable way to introduce people to this versatile and forgiving art form - if you make a mistake, just cut it out!

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