Come enjoy a cozy, relaxing afternoon with local instructor Barbra Friedman, learning the ancient art of crafting decorative Washi Eggs with handmade Japanese mulberry paper. Washi means paper in Japanese!
Create 3 decorative eggs with many beautiful papers to choose from! Eggs are often shared among friends and are symbols of new beginnings, so bring a friend or family member! These eggs are perfect for your unique and special Easter basket. Barbra will be sharing tips on how to turn twigs and grasses from your yard into nests for your eggs.
Barbra introduced Martha Stewart to this craft, while owner of Bennett Valley Farm, a producer of dried wreaths and floral arrangements. These decorative eggs are super easy to make and will delight your family and friends season after season. Class fee includes all materials needed to make three eggs! To see pictures of decorated eggs, visit barbrafriedman.com
There is a $40 fee to participate in the class, which includes all materials. To register, email email@example.com or call 707-874-9392.