You’ve undoubtedly seen the exquisite work of Bmore Papercuts— aka artist Annie Howe. Her work has graced local gallery and coffee shop walls, the cover of the City Paper, and more. This traditional art form is certainly a skill that requires patience, practice, and a steady hand. But at the same time, it’s also a skill that anyone can learn, and that can look amazingly impressive– even when you’re a rookie. With the holidays coming up, papercutting is a good skill to have under your belt. You can make gorgeous cards, thoughtful, handmade gifts, and all manner of ornaments and decorations, as long as you’re armed with a few basic materials and some fundamentals of the form. If a papercutting workshop sounds like it’s up your alley, you’ll be doubly enticed by the fact that this particular workshop (held on November 18th) is brought to you by the amazing folks at Make Tribe and held at Artifact Coffee. This total trifecta of awesomeness pretty much guarantees a fabulous time, and some incredible outcomes. You’ll leave with a framed piece of your own work to take home– and a set of skills you can happily carry with you into the holiday season and beyond.
Make Tribe’s papercutting workshop with Bmore Papercuts will be held at Artifact Coffee (1500 Union Ave) on November 18th from 6pm-8pm. For more information or to register, visit www.maketribe.com.
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