Zoom Lessons - Spring series Freesia Wafer paper with Petya Shmarova

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12 April 2021 - 14.00 Sofia, Bulgaria time via Zoom
Registration open till 09 April 21

Join Petya for that wafer paper adventure and learn how to create one of the most significant Spring Blossoms Freesia from wafer paper. 

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12 April 2021 - 14.00 Sofia, Bulgaria time via Zoom

Demonstration lesson with Petya Shmarova -  one of the most significant Spring Blossoms Freesia from wafer paper. Approximately around 1.00 hours 

During the lesson, you will learn how to 

Wafer paper

* how to treat wafer paper / without using alcohol /my way of working with water 
* how to choose the correct thickness
* how to use templates 
* how to make closed bud
* how to colour

* how to add texture without veiners
* how to choose correct veiners
* how to wire foliage

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After the Live session video file will stay at Vimeo ONLY one that signs up for the lesson before the LIVE session will have access to that file.

You will have the equipment, materials list 

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We don't accept returns, exchanges, or cancellations for Facebook, Video, ZOOM, or other Virtual  Tutorials.

Please, note that all information as templates, video, and etc are not to be shared.

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*Be kind and courteous

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The work and tutorials of Petya Shmarova are posted for you to use, however strictly no re-teaching (whether in person, online, video or via written format).

*When you post your work

Make sure to mention Alan Dunn or Petya Shmarova, when you post your work based on that tutorial. Thanks