Maker Workshops

Crepe Paper Jumbo Coral Peony

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  1. Raquel Mendoza March 30, 2022 at 6:02am

    Hola Lia Griffith , estoy en Bogota, Colombia y quiero realizar el curso, como puedo hacer el kit para realizar el curso.

    1. Lia Griffith March 30, 2022 at 8:32am
      @Raquel Mendoza

      We do ship to countries outside the US from our shop

  2. Nancy Ponder March 28, 2022 at 6:37pm

    Hi Lia, I’m excited for the class on March 31. It’s my happy birthday and what’s better to celebrate than to make myself a peony!
    I have your regular crepe paper peony kit and I have only made one so I’m hoping there is enough supply left. See you on Thursday.

    1. Lia Griffith March 28, 2022 at 8:39pm
      @Nancy Ponder

      Hi Nancy! This is a different peony made from the extra-fine crepe paper. If you have some of that left, then bring it along. I have a fairly new video for the peony kit that is really good as well.

      See you Thursday!

  3. Linda Frink-Fisher March 25, 2022 at 4:28pm

    I have never taken your classes but have wanted to and am really excited to do this flower making class. I think , from reading the information about this class, that I have two options of buying kit that will include all tools ad items I need for the class OR I can buy each item myself, shown on the information sheet. Is this correct? I do not know what I am doing and would like to just purchase a kit with all matertials

    1. Lia March 26, 2022 at 8:14am
      @Linda Frink-Fisher

      Hi, Linda! I’m glad you’re excited! The kit includes all of the materials listed (under the part that says — OR —), but it does not include the tools. If you click the link for the kit, you will also see what’s included and not included in the shop description. Hope this helps!

  4. Shirl Lundstrom March 1, 2022 at 10:53am

    Could I cut out the 3 – 8″ rounds on my maker using poster board or chip board? Would that work? Or, double up heavy cardstock? Thanks! Looking forward to this one!

    1. Lia Griffith March 1, 2022 at 3:19pm
      @Shirl Lundstrom

      Yes, you can do that.