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Description
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Foxx, Pat Knitting for Tweens Life Skills- Other,
Visual Arts- Folk Arts,
Visual Arts- Crafts
Tweens will learn an easy approach to the basic stitches of knitting. This program is best in a series, so they can practice at home and return for help or further instruction. Goal is to make a Scarf. Materials provided.
$101- $200
Sprague, Lindsay (Lynn) Candle Dipping Life Skills- Other,
Nature- Environment,
Visual Arts- Crafts
Learn to dip candles just like Laura Ingalls did in Little House on the Prairie. Participants are able to choose wax colors, scents, and shapes of candles, and may choose to hand dip or use candle molds. Candles are made from 100% vegetable based waxes with the exception of beeswax. This program can be tailored for young and old audiences alike, and is GREAT FUN! May run over an hour with larger groups, plan accordingly. This program is focused on building a sustainable future and is suitable for the 2019 summer reading program.
$101- $200
Dolan, Mary Beth POLYMER CLAY EGYPTIAN STYLE History,
Visual Arts- Crafts,
Visual Arts- Other
Make Egyptian style jewelry using polymer clay! We will explore hieroglyphs, and various styles of ancient Egyptian jewelry. Students will then be given polymer clay that uses the same colors that dominated Egyptian jewelry (custom mixed clay that simulates lapis lazuli, carnelian, turquiose, obsidian, chyrophase, etc.); texturing in jewelry is also encouraged. Recommended ages 10 to adult, as we will use crafting knives for some of our work. Time permitting, the clay can be baked at your facility**- so then participants can string their jewelry before thay leave.
$351- $500
Sprague, Lindsay (Lynn) Old Fashioned Soap Making Life Skills- Other,
Nature- Environment,
Visual Arts- Crafts
Learn to make soap the old fashioned way! This program allows participants to craft their own soap with a variety of molds and natural additions such as hibiscus flowers, jojoba, lavender, vanilla beans, the sky is the limit! This program is tailored to your library audience. For younger children can use a melt and pour soap, and older teens can watch a demonstration of the chemical reaction between lye and lipids. This fits nicely with Laura Ingalls Wilder's 'Little House' books, and some libraries use it as the finale to a story time featuring one to give patrons a real life experience. This program supports building a sustainable future, and is suitable for the 2019 summer reading program.
$101- $200
Hunt, Kathryn Tween & Teen Wardrobe Workshop Life Skills- Other,
Media- Other,
Visual Arts- Other
Busy tweens and teens need to dress for school, sports, events and special occasions. Learn how to build a stylish wardrobe with basics to save up for splurges on must-haves. See what’s new for Prom fashion and get fashion answers from a designer’s point of view. Suggested Grades: 5-12. Duration: 1-hour. Cost: $200. Keywords: Fashion, Wardrobe, Style
$101- $200
Foxx, Pat Watercolors for the Fun of It Visual Arts- Drawing,
Visual Arts- Painting,
Visual Arts- Other
Using watercolors, participants will experience the excitement of seeing colors blend and combine as they create individual expressions based on images provided: landscapes, flowers, birds, etc. guided by the encouraging instruction of an experienced painter and teacher.
$101- $200
Foxx, Pat Crazy Collage with Fabric Life Skills- Other,
Visual Arts- Crafts,
Visual Arts- Painting
Using scraps of fabric, children will design and put together a crazy quilt type of design that will be glued or ironed on to a fabric background. Adding sewn details is optional. Markers and sequins and other objects can also be used to enhance design.
$101- $200
Fischer, Joe Joe Fischer's Origami Creations Visual Arts- Other
A fold to the left, a fold to the right and look at what the children have created. The art of origami is taught with fantastic results. JOE FISCHER has developed special designs which are then transferred onto the paper. Now just fold on these numbered, preprinted lines and the origami is complete. No steps to remember - no folds in the wrong place - Just follow the patern. A great deal of research has gone into creating these designs so that every child will see positive results
$201- $350
Dolan, Mary Beth ANIMAL DRAW! Nature- Animals,
Visual Arts- Drawing,
Visual Arts- Cartooning
A wildly funny class for younger artists! Learn how to draw the faces and bodies of several animals. Complex animals are broken down into basic shapes, almost any animal can be created using the methods used in this program. Thinking like an animal, a CD of animal sounds help set the mood for this program. Includes a cool take-home work book, and all supplies. Last five minutes of the program includes a 'stump the artist' drawing game. Ages 5 and up.
$201- $350
Ceceri, Kathy Fabric and Fiber Inventions Science,
Visual Arts- Crafts
Kathy Ceceri's newest book Fabric and Fiber Inventions introduces tweens, teens, and adult beginners to the basics of sewing and fiber arts. Learn to create wearables, playthings, and decorative items using traditional techniques, or explore electronic circuits and sensors with simple e-textile projects. Every participant will get to make a project to take home. Choose from several projects for differents ages and abilities! For ages 10 and up: Create Stuffed Sock Creatures (Learn-to-Sew or No-Sew versions available); Make Weavings on Your Own Cardboard Loom; Construct Tube Knitters and Make Versatile I-cord (Wooden and Cardboard versions available); Print Simple Silkscreen Wall Hangings or T-Shirts. For ages 12 and up: Sew light-up felt keychains or stuffies using DIY sensors and components; Weave personal audio speakers from yarn and conductive fiber
$351- $500
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