VIRTUAL WORKSHOP | Holiday Art Card Making Class
Join Nina Irwin and fellow CX members for a very special holiday card making workshop. Nina will guide you in creating a gorgeous, tiny, hanging ornament cards that are fit to be gifts! We will enjoy this art project along with some fascinating history of this charming tradition and a spiced cider recipe. The first recorded Christmas Card was sent in 1611 to the Prince of Whales and his father, James of England. Since then, holiday cards have been treasured symbols of friendship and love across many cultures around the world.
Join us to...
- Learn more about the history of Holiday cards.
- Reduce stress and open up more of your brain through creative work.
- Enjoy yourself, this is an all skills level workshop!
What comes in my kit? You will receive 10 deckled edge watercolor paper cards/ornaments, a watercolor paint set, 2 paint brushes, ribbon, and glitter glue.
Nina Irwin works from her painting and ceramics studio in the historic stockyards of Kansas City. She received her B.A. in Studio Art from UMKC and is currently working on her M.A. in Art History. In addition to her studio work, Nina teaches art and art history classes from her Kansas City studio as well as at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. She is represented in private and corporate art collections globally.
Learn more about Nina and see her artwork: https://ninairwin.com/