April 20, 2019
This year, our Memory Box Program will be in April. Elaine Moran will be teaching a lovely Dragonfly design, using Derwent’s Inktense Colored Pencils. The base coat color of the box lid is Decoart’s Blue Haven. The pencils will be available for your use in class.
May 18, 2019
In May, Members are encouraged to bring their UFOs (Unfinished Object) to work on. This is a great place to get “unstuck” and finish any of those pieces hanging around your paint room. Your painting pals will be here to assist with any problems and share a few laughs.
June 15, 2019
June’s Program will be a Chinoiserie Gold Painting taught by Lois Eckert. The program will be “painting” with bronzing powders. (See page 4) Chinoiserie–(shen-waz-a-re) is a style in art reflecting Chinese qualities or motifs. Give me a call or text at 717.433.0970 or send an email to me at email@example.com if you are planning on attending any or all of these programs. Although RSVPs are not required to attend our meetings, it really helps us set up the room and plan for refreshments if you let us know your plans.
Looking forward to our July Meeting on July 13, 2019, Hattie Ogle will be teaching a project making boxes from Christmas Cards.
Vice President of Programs
Christmas Gift Box Houses for the July program. REMINDER: PWP members please save your Christmas cards for the Christmas in July program! Our Christmas Gift Box House in July program will be here before we know it. There are two different sizes. So that you can get a head start on supplies, the following is what you will need: old cereal boxes or cardboard for between walls white glossy cardstock or white gift box for inside walls old Christmas cards for outside walls hole punch scissors I will provide the red and green yarn, however, if you would like to bring your own, or use ribbon or raffia, it is your choice.
I will try to provide everyone with a pattern at the April or May meeting. If you have any questions, please let me know. Hattie Ogle firstname.lastname@example.org 717-258-3438