Now available as video lesson only
Join Petya for that wafer paper adventure and learn how to create Magnolia flower in bloom out from wafer paper
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Demonstration lesson with Petya Shmarova - Wagnolia flower in bloom out from wafer paper. Demonstration will be approximately an hour and a half in English.
During the lessons you will learn how to
* how to treat wafer paper / without using alcohol /my way of working with water
* how to chose correct thickness
* how to use templates
* how to create full bloome
* how to create closed flower
* how to color
* how to add texture with veiners
* how to choose correct veiners
* how to wire petals
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After the Live session video file will stay at Vimeo only students that take part in Zoom session will have access to it
You will have equipment, materials list
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