SALT DOUGH FIGURINE Theme IV
Salt dough is an inedible organic modelling material which can be easily made by mixing flour, salt, water and oil. Food colouring can be added to the dough to give it colour. Similar to the common clay, salt dough can be used to make interesting figurines. Come explore the adventure of Salt Dough Figurine with trainer, Ms Catherine Loo!
Topic consists of :
History and introduction of Salt Dough Figurines
Understanding the colour wheel and colour coordination
The recipe to making salt dough
About Ms Catherine Loo
Catherine was born in Hong Kong and had lived in Canada for 30 years. Since coming to Singapore in Sept 2007, Catherine has been an active member and a volunteer for WINGS starting 2009. Her outgoing and sociable personality has gained her many new Singaporean friends. She enjoys teaching and has been sharing her skills with her peers on courses like Sudoku, Paper Craft, Chair Exercise and Fondant decoration.
Dates : 22, 29 Aug, 5, 12 Sep 2017 (Tuesday)
Time : 1.30pm to 4pm
Venue : 10 Square @ Orchard Central Level 10
Fee payable : $45.00 per participant include materials
Additional items to bring :
1 face cloth for hand cleaning
A pair of small eyebrow scissors
A bottle of clear glue and paintbrush
2 small and 1 large sandwich bags
1 plastic container to keep your art pieces
Mrt card or unused card
Small kitchen knife
Class will start with minimum 8 participants
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Please arrive 10 mins before class starts for registration.
Not eligible for SkillsFuture Credit.
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