This class has been pre-recorded December 12, 2021 and is available to watch through enrolment.
The Paper Poinsettia live demonstration is in celebration of 'National Poinsettia Day' celebrated on December 12. The tribute is in memory Joel Roberts Poinsett who is attributed to bringing the Poinsettia to the United States in 1825.
In this special zoom class, I demonstrated the creation of a stem of the Poinsettia plant crafted from crepe papers. Through the study of a living specimen, I have created my take on this plant by introducing some natural elements that will lend an organic feel to the completed paper stem.
I've covered everything from treating the paper to give your plant a more realistic feel, creating the cyathiums (the little buds at the center of the plant) to the coloured bracts and foliage. Then we bring it all together by assembling the work into a final stem, that with some additional treatments, will have anyone fooled that your Poinsettia is made from paper!
This plant can be created from 180gm paper from CarteFini or 90gm doublette, your choice, and I will be working with both paper types to show the different results they yield.
By enrolling in this zoom pre-recorded session you will receive:
- A materials and resources list
- All the printable templates for the Poinsettia plant
- Note: All of the above will be provided through the Teachable platform to which you will have access to once enrolled
- The recording is roughly 2 hours in length. Please note that this is a demonstration only. You are welcome to make alongside my instruction, but please come prepared to take notes during the class.
Cost: $40 CAD Special Holiday Pricing (click 'Change Currency' to view cost in your native currency)
Frequently Asked Questions
What should I expect for this class?
This is a 2 hour demonstration. I will take you through the creation of a Poinsettia stem from top to bottom. This will include demonstrating colouring techniques for the paper for the bracts and foliage.
I missed the live demonstation. What am I enrolling in?
The live demonstration recorded December 12, 2021 has been posted on Teachable in its entirety. Enroll in this course to watch this tutorial with unlimited access.