Crazy Bindy's Fun Making Seasonal Ornaments 1- Decoupage

In this one-time class students learn how to make easy seasonal ornaments with decoupage.
Dr. Kathryn Braun, D.C.
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45 minutes

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year olds


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Class Experience

This class is taught in English.
Students will learn the basics of working with decoupage.
Students will complete at least 4 seasonal ornaments.
The teacher does not have the expertise needed to teach this class: so she is using an experienced crafter to teach the steps of the art project.  The crafter is the teacher's sister.
There is no homework.  Students will be able to make more ornaments on their own outside of class.
 1 file available upon enrollment
4 -round wooden or steel ornament bases with attached strings, ribbons, etc. for hanging or with at least holes for adding strings. (These can be ordered or purchased at online or at various craft stores. For example: Amazon- Unfinished Wood Ornaments, 36 Pcs Wood Discs for Christmas Ornaments, Holiday Decorations w/ Craft Glitter 3.25 in. or Party Talk 30pcs Round Wooden Discs with Holes, 3.5" Unfinished Predrilled Natural Wood Slices for Crafts Centerpieces, Wooden DIY Christmas Ornaments Hanging, etc..) 1 small bottle (8 oz.) of Decoupage glue 1 inch paint brush, but any size would work 1 sand block or sandpaper (#150) or a strong abrasive nail file Small pieces of cloth of desired design for ornaments with animals, sports teams, winter scenes, etc. (6" squares of each where the design is centered near the middle of the swath.) Thin ribbon on embroidery thread for ornaments without hangers. If the hole in the ornament goes through the middle of the circle it will have to be removed to add the material properly and then put back in or replaced.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
There is no formal assessment, but the teacher would like to receive a picture of each students' finished ornaments.
45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Cloth chosen to be used for the ornaments is to be chosen by the parents and students - so the topic is individual choice.
Belinda Fredericksen, experienced crafter of 20+ years.


Dr. Kathryn Braun, D.C.
Lives in the United States
Retired Doctor of Chiropractic and Retired Grade School, High School and University Adjunct Teacher
5 total reviews
16 completed classes

About Me

About me:
I am excited and looking forward to teaching classes about things that I love:  medical terminology and language, chiropractic careers, reading and writing, as well as hobbies. 

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I have 2 valid teaching licenses... 
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