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    Chirpy Easter Chicks

    Published: 12th April 2011

    Monday 18th April: 10am – 12pm
    Felt stitched chirpy Easter chicks with Joanna McGlynn
    Learn how to craft your own chirpy Easter chicks using felt and stitch. Decorate with beads, buttons and sequins! Help them find their Easter nest in our mini egg hunt afterwards!


    Tuesday 19th April: 10am – 12pm
    Mardi Gras Easter animal masks with Vivienne Martin
    Vivienne Martin will encourage children to discover their inner animal in her Mardi Gras Mask Making workshop. Decorate with sparkles, feathers and fabric!


    Wednesday 20th April: 10am – 12pm
    Hand painting Easter eggs with Vivienne Martin
    This workshop marks a return to the traditions of hand painting eggs for Easter. Children have the opportunity to discover this simple, effective
    process.


    Tuesday 26th April: 10am – 12pm
    Recycle a funky Easter treats bag with Berni McCabe
    Learn to make your own Easter treats bag by recycling an uwanted/old t-shirt**. Decorate with stitch and simple appliqué techniques. Afterwards fill with Easter treats on our mini egg hunt, kindly sponsored by McCambridges.

    **Children are asked to bring along an unwanted or used t-shirt

    Wednesday 27th April: 10am – 12pm
    Quirky fabric animals with markers with Lisa Ryder
    In this workshops children will make their own quirky animals using fabric. You will also discover the joys of fabric markers! With all the skills you learn you can continue the fun at home.


    Thursday 28th April: 10am – 12pm
    Learn Japanese Origami with Jenny McKenna
    This workshop with Jenny McKenna will teach children the traditional Japanese art of paper folding.


    Friday 29th April: 10am – 12.30 pm
    I am an artist, this is my ideas journal with Ester Kiely
    Every one of us is creative. We each have a unique view of the world around us. Our memories, thoughts, feelings and reactions provide us with lots of inspiration for making artwork.

    An artist is always looking, observing and keeping notes. This information allows the artist to create a personal response to the world around them.

    In this workshop each participant will start with a blank notebook.

    With a few simple techniques the notebook will be personalised with colour, mark-making, collage and embellishments.

     


    Class / Workshop supplied by Groundworks Studios