Hand-made cards are old school and have a charm of their own, all you have to do is give your time, creativity, and love as it not only makes the individual you gift it to smile but also feel special. If the person you are gifting is a coffee lover or someone who loves handmade items,  a coffee vintage card is a perfect gift for your friends and family.

To learn more about this art form, The Circle Community hosted a Coffee Vintage Workshop with Palak Gupta.

About The Artist

Palak Gupta is an interior designer and artist. She is also the founder of Palak Artisan Studio.

Her art career started in 2010 and she inherited her artistic talent from her mother, who encouraged her to learn about different art forms. Gupta tried her hand at various art forms such as abstract painting, eco paints, natural leaves etc.

The Workshop Began

Palak explained how two different shades of coffee are used while making a coffee vintage card. Dorottya Kiss, an international participant also attended the workshop and showcased her artwork. Palak was happy to see all the participants creating their artwork. She happily answered the participants’ queries and taught them this beautiful art. She taught how the artwork is given a burnt look for an artistic touch.

Towards The End Of The Workshop

The attendees were from different age groups who belonged from various parts of the country, as they all were enthusiastic during the workshop and reconnected with their love for art. All the participants showcased their artwork as the Circle Community brought them together on a single platform. The Circle Community was successful in connecting artists and participants and created an artistic positive vibe together. 

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

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