Intro to Paper Making and Pressing and Drying Flowers Workshop Saturday 28.03.20 2.30pm - 5.30pm
Join Byron Bay artist Susan Wright of Born in Paper and learn to make hand made paper, add flowers, raw cotton and colours to make beautiful stationery.
In this class you will learn how to prepare your pulp, pull sheets of paper, press, dry, add seeds for gift tags, or try embossing the wet paper, the ideas for using the paper is endless.
Loving flowers to keep forever! We will show you how to dry and press flowers quickly and easily.
No experience is required and this workshop includes all you need to make your paper, a board to transport home your paper, flowers to press, and a chance to use your creative side.
Our address is Studio 4102 N.O 4 Daydream St Warriewood, NSW 2102.
*For bookings of 4 or more people, please contact info@littlelaneworkshops to enquire about a group discount.
Your space in a class is reserved only once full payment as been received.
Our workshop tickets are non refundable, but if you are aware you will be unable to attend, you may pass your ticket to someone else you wish to come in your place.
In the event you forget to come or you are unable to attend a workshop, the ticket is non transferable after the event.
ABOUT THE TUTOR
Susan Wright is a lover of all things paper and founder of Born In Paper!
It is fair to say Susan’s obsession for the beautiful textures, colours, even the smell of printing and paper, has quite literally been ingrained in her since birth.
Growing up in a family printing business in Byron Bay meant hands on with everything. Binding note pads, collating, sorting lead type or dusting gold and silver wedding stationery.
For years, Susan was taking office waste from her work place and recy-cling it into handmade papers. Now, Byron Shire businesses provide her shreds of waste to start the beautiful process of making hand made paper, where she creates wedding stationery, journals and anything handmade paper. Susan shares her passion with her Born In Paper work-shops, and those who attend often say “this is a workshop we don't want it to end” making as much paper as they can.
Whilst arriving, attending and leaving the workshops, it is your responsibility to ensure that you maintain and adhere to all safety precautions and requirements during the workshop. Little Lane workshops and the attending creatives hold no personal liability or responsibility for any damage, loss or theft incurred to personal property, or any physical injuries obtained during the workshop. By attending a workshop, you agree in holding full responsibility and liability for any damages, injuries to parties involved and physical and/or personal property that may occur during the workshop.