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Paper Flower Workshop: Basics for Blooms & Beyond
Paper Flower Workshop: Basics for Blooms & Beyond
Kate Alarcón
Paper artist Kate Alarcón shows you how to make five different paper flowers, including a wild rose, floribunda rose, Icelandic poppy, peony and ranunculus, plus an air plant for added greenery. And, learn how to arrange your flowers into beautiful bouquets that are sure to impress.
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Anyone can make show-stopping party decor on a budget! All you need is an idea, some creativity, and a little elbow grease. In this class, a companion to our series "Bring the Party," DIY'er extraordinaire Kristen Johnson shows you how to create unforgettable scenes for your next affair.
Kristen  Johnson
Kristen Johnson
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Create cards that stand out from all the others! Add pizzaz to your paper crafts with innovative quilling and die-cutting techniques.
Cecelia Louie
Cecelia Louie
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Learn professional gift-wrapping tips, discover the joy of pop-up greeting cards and spice up your living space with trendy paper decor.
Alton DuLaney
Alton DuLaney

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