Crepe Paper Flower-Making: A craftHER Workshop
May 28, 2019 from 6 to 9 PM
at the #BBATX HQ
This workshop is part of a new series of creative courses for craftHER Market, #BBATX’s biannual showcase of women and nonbinary artists and makers. Learn more at crafthermarket.com.
— about this workshop —
In this detailed, three-hour workshop on May 28 from 6 to 9 PM at the #BBATX HQ, you’ll learn how to create a simple crepe paper rose with Mélissa Peng, the founder of Camellias and Curls. Mélissa will show you how to create the bloom and leaves, as well as various coloring and texture techniques. At the end of your lesson you’ll have the choice of taking your roses home or creating your very own two-rose crown. You’ll also receive a full set of templates and instructions to help you continue on your flower making journey!
All skill levels welcome.
— meet the workshop’s host —
Mélissa Peng is a flower artist and the founder of Camellias and Curls, a Round Rock based flower hair accessories brand. She’s also a #BBATX committee member and was a featured vendor at craftHER Market in Spring’ 19. You can see some more of her work here. :)
— get your tickets —
Registration for this workshop is $65 and includes all of your materials, except scissors (please bring your favorite pair!). Capacity is limited to 20 rad guests.
— MEET THE PRODUCERS —
About #bossbabesATX and craftHER Market: #bbatx is a nonprofit organization that amplifies women and nonbinary creatives, entrepreneurs and community organizers. Our event series, showcases, strategic collaborations and professional development programs provide a platform of visibility, outreach and financial opportunity to 1000+ emerging women and nonbinary creatives, entrepreneurs and organizers per year. On top of that goodness, the public-at-large is invited to participate and learn more about how gender inequality affects their daily lives. More than 10,000+ community members annually attend our showcases, markets and dialogues (including craftHER Market). In the last three years, our programs have also generated an additional $1million for the Austin economy. Learn more at bossbabes.org.