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Christmas inspired Paper Crafting workshop with Rajashree

Paper crafting workshop

The Christmas season is all about love, laughter, colors, and too many crafts. We all get excited at the sight of green, red, and white colors during the Christmas season, don’t we? So, why not create some of that magic all by ourselves under sound and expert guidance. Sounds like a plan, right? So let’s get started. 

The Circle Community’s Christmas-inspired Paper Crafting workshop with Rajashree is going to help you win the process. The session is well versed with the fundamentals that you will require to create a compelling Christmas-inspired Papercraft. Continue to scroll to get in touch with the details of its crucial. 

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About the Artist:- 

Rajashree is a celebrated profound artist of the time who holds more than 2 decades of experience in various mediums of the art form. Clay and craft have been her favorite and often opted for art forms that she likes to indulge in and spread the world. 

The workshop began:- 

The workshop began with the session host making a sound introduction about the mentor and her massive years of expertise in the art field. She then took over the session and began with discussing the essentials of the art form before getting to the action. 

On effective sharing of information about the art form, she then began with constructive steps that led to the creation of some fun Christmas trees and other associated elements. Rajshree practiced and preached easy and convenient steps that allowed creative minds to immediately capture and action it. To make the session even more interactive and informative the mentor remained open to questions and queries thus, learners felt quite known and confident around the art form. 

Towards the end of the workshop:- 

Towards the end of the workshop, several Christmas-inspired Paper arts were curated that were impressive and compelling by all means. The co-created pieces by attendees were highlighted in the end and tailored with constructive comments. These attendees were of different age groups but passionately connected to the idea and variety of art forms. 

The Circle Community, as always, was successful in connecting artists and curating a magical and positive vibe together. 

On this note, here’s us signing off until next time!

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