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Bookmarks ~ Laminated Dried Flowers and more.

Instructor: Karen Zukas

Ages: 10 up

Format: 2 hour workshop

Date:  Saturday, April 27th  OR MAY 9th

Time:  2:00 to 4:00

Course Fee: $45.  Includes all materials to make up to 6 tassled bookmarks; lamination, paper, dried flowers (some that I picked and dried myself !!) tweezers, tassels, whole punch, corner rounder punch.   These make Excellent Gifts !!

Bookmarks ~ Laminated Dried Flowers and more.

  • " They look so professional !  They're worth every dime and every minute to make.  I want to give one to everyone I know" !!   -  Mary Lou Maloney ~ A very satisfied student.
    These are truly beautiful little creations.  They come together so sweetly, and are so professional looking !  Everyone raves at their creations !  What makes a better gift than a book and a home made bookmark?!  It means so much to know that you made them.  I ran about last summer looking for the perfect flowers to dry, and have found some beauties, just for this purpose.  Bookmarks are a trendy little item these days.  Have you noticed the multitude of designs and patterns out there...Well, these are exceptional and can be cherished for years to come.  We'll provide the laminating machine, laminating sleeves, dried flowers, papers, grommets and tassels or ribbons, and you'll make some gorgeous bookmarks.  Share with your book group, favorite teacher, librarian, voracious readers or anyone.  

  • Karen Charbonneau Zukas is a graduate of Tufts university and The School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston with a master’s degree in education from Western New England University. She is a recognized portrait painter and potter and former columnist for the Bulletin in Boston. She has been teaching various subjects, primarily advanced ESL, fine art, writing, test prep, debate and humanities; at universities, preparatory, public, private and international schools and community ed in Boston and now locally for over 35 years. She and her family moved back to the south coast in 2013. She is currently working on a book which is a series of short animal stories from her personal experiences. She is the proprietor of Peasantware Pottery in New Bedford and the founder of The New Bedford Art and Cultural Emporium at Kilburn ! Email: 

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