Assemblage Class Sept. 29

Monday, August 29, 2016

Small jewelry box assemblage
Assemblage with Found Objects   Sept. 29  
10-3 pm      Gaylord Area Council for the Arts, Gaylord
$55 for non-members, $50 for members
Class limit 12 minimum      For class to go- 5

Combine vintage photos, trinkets, and bits and bobs with glue to make a 3-D box assemblage.  Create a family heirloom.  In this class you will make three assemblage pieces using an Altoid tin, a sm. cardboard  jewelry box, and a cigar box or other wooden box.  Try out a new genre.  Use up your “good junk”.  

I will furnish:
Glue E-6000                      Assorted acrylic paints
Matte medium                 Brushes                  screw drivers
Vintage paper          balsam wood                paper cutter
Sm. picture frames with glass      Hair dryer
You will need:
*Altoid tin                     
 *Sm. jewelry box with lid         
*Cigar box or other wooden box            *Glue E-6000
*ruler      *Paper cutter       * scissors   *assorted acrylic paints
*Keepsakes- trinkets, buttons, old jewelry, beads, ribbon, lace
*Paper- photos, maps, newspaper, vintage stamps, movie tickets, scrapbook paper, children’s art
*Other stuff- marbles, small toys, doll parts, ruler, cloth tape measure, use your imagination
****If you plan to use family photos and other personal papers, please make copies (quick print) in advance and bring them to class
Wear work clothes and bring a lunch (depends on location).

Altoid tin assemblage

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