Upcoming Falmouth Community School Classes

I have two classes coming up at the Falmouth night school, so mark your calenders – Registration begins January 11th and the classes begin in February – wednesdays 6:30-8:30.

Ruth Bleakley – BFA in Studio Art, Bookbinder and Paper Artist.
Create marbled paper that will amaze your friends. Use it for card making, scrapbooking, and collage projects. The art of marbling paper started centuries
ago. E xplore three different techniques including Japanese Suminagashi marbling, marbling with shaving cream and traditional Turkish marbling, which is the kind you often see in old leather-bound books. The best part about marbling is that it’s much easier than it looks, and it’s easy to get great results. Materials fee: $25 payable to instructor at 1st class.
Fee: $49 – 3 sessions …………………………………………..Wed – 6:30-8:30 pm

Ruth Bleakley – BFA in studio art, Bookbinder and Paper Artist.
If you’ve ever wondered how pop-up books work, here’s your chance to learn and make some neat cards in the process. Learn techniques to create simple but impressive
pop-up cards, using only paper, glue and an exacto knife. Also learn how to create custom envelopes for your cards. Students who take the Paper Marbling class can use their marbled papers to decorate cards or create envelopes, and their materials fee will be waived. Bring an exacto knife, cutting mat and metal ruler to 1st class. Materials fee: $10 payable to instructor at 1st class.
Begins March 10.
Fee: $49 – 3 sessions …………………………………………..Wed – 6:30-8:30 pm

To Register –
Call 508-548-5739
MasterCard & Visa Accepted
9am-4pm weekdays beginning Monday, January 11 until a course is full. Please have your credit card and course information ready. Course fees must be paid in full by MasterCard or Visa.

Registration forms also available at the community school website.
Click on Community School and then click on Registration Form.

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I wish I lived close enough to take a class from you. It sounds like so much fun! Thanks, however, for sharing your paste paper directions with those of us too far away to come play in person.


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