Chronicles of a Young Wife: Paper Cutting 101

We’re too busy with school or with our day jobs that we often forget to relax, unwind and let our creative juices flow, naturally. Admit it, reality somehow is utterly draining especially if you’re often dealing with deadly deadlines! That’s why Memory Crafters and Artsy Cutsy thought of creating a creative gathering to cater people who want to do something new and fun without leaving the city!

 

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Learn different ways on how to intricately create your own Paper cut masterpiece with Joanna Dela Pena of Artsy Cutsy! From a plain paper to a wonderfully carved letters and designs. Be part of our first-ever Paper cutting session this year! Lots of surprises and freebies awaits lucky attendees for this particular event.

Sample Works

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Workshop Flow:

  • Introduction to Paper Cutting
    • Brief History of Paper Cutting
    • Knowing the different styles and kinds of Paper Cutting
  • Quick run-through of the tools needed inside the workshop kit
  • Learn the proper hand positioning
  • Essential Tips & Tricks in Paper Cutting
  • Work on practice sheets
    • Basic Activity (with tracing guide)
    • Demo with Joanna
  • Create Final Project

Paper Cutting Workshop Kit

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Workshop Learning Fee is inclusive of Paper Cutting workshop kit, Certificate, Workshop Module, Food & Drink, and Freebies from our dearest sponsors!

Early Bird Rate: P 1500 (First 10 registrants paid on or before July 25, 2015)
Regular Rate: P 1800

Venue will be at 100 Miles Cafe at the Fort Strip, BGC. It’s at the 2nd Floor of the building of Whistlestop.

Map to the venue: https://plus.google.com/106851964413730207023/about?gl=ph&hl=en

About Artsy Cutsy

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Joanna, also known as Mininay is a full-time single mom to a wonderful 7 year old girl, a goal-oriented woman, cupcake addict and a paper cut artist by passion. She used to work for PADI Americas in California but had to relocate in Manila to finish her studies. She discovered her love for crafting by accident. A late bloomer but glad she discovered her passion in the Art industry. Her purpose in teaching arts & crafts’ activitis is create to inspire and lives by with her favorite saying: Whatever you do, old or new, do it with all your heart.

 

Event Location

Venue:   100 Miles Cafe

Address:

The Fort Strip, 2/F 28th St. (same building as Whistlestop; Please use the elevator), Taguig City, Unknown, 1634

(If you sign up use this Referral Code: YWCMCPC1) so they will know that you learned the workshop from this blog.

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