Japan has a long history of using beautiful paper, from thick, richly textured washi paper to the beatifully patterened sheets used for origami. This origami paper, called chiyogami, features brightly coloured, repeating patterns typicially featuring seasonal and nature-related motifs.
Stamps also enjoy a long history and important place in Japanese culture. From the hanko (family seals) used in lieu of signing important documents, to stamp booklets used to collect stamps from various train stations, cultural sites, and tourist attractions, stamps are everywhere.
In this session, you will combine these two things to make one-of-a-kind, uniquely Japanesque Christmas cards. Combine textures, colours and patterns, satisfy your creativity and express your individuality!
- Friday 25th – 15:30Saturday 26th – 9:30
Sunday 27th – 9:45
- £5 Per person
- All Ages
- No advance bookings
- Classes can be paid for at Creative Studio reception.
- You should be at the Creative Studio 10 minutes before the starting time for the activity.
- 30-40 people per workshop