More than a Martini, 1" scale flowers in a Martini glass
with Susan Karatjas
Friday November 3rd 9am - 12:30pm
arrangements in martini glasses were popular in the 1920's. In this class we will create an
arrangement in a martini glass in 1" scale. Roses, Mums, Tulips, Lisianthus and Ferns will
make up this arrangement. Learn to color, shape, and assemble these flowers and
arrange in a martini glass. The class will use both Copic markers and acrylic paint to color
the laser cut sheets. Included in the kit are materials to make the flowers pictured, a martini
glass, and step-by-step illustrated instructions. A small light is optional. Bring pointed
tweezers, small scissors, and your basic toolkit, alarge ball stylus if you have one. I will
supply the rest including a box to take your project home. Dimensions of finished item:
1-1/8" tall by 1-7/16" x 1-7/16"
Student Supplies & Tools Needed: Basic tool kit plus fine pointed tweezers; If you
have a light, it is really helpful. I will supply the rest.
Philadelphia Miniaturia | PO Box 42 Ferndale, FL 34729 USA |
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