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Want to learn how to decoupage?  Priscilla conducts decoupage classes in her home and other venues, such as public schools, camps, and in private homes, and she truly loves sharing this craft!   Students are amazed at how decoupaging brings out their creative side without knowing how to draw or paint.   And as many have also discovered, the possibilities for creating unique pieces of original art  are limitless and oh so enjoyable! 

What is decoupage, you ask?  In short, it is an art form of pasting paper or paper cutouts onto a surface, such as a table or box, to create a certain design and/or convey a story.  Centuries ago, it was known as "fine art for the poor," an imitation of original oil and acrylic paintings and Far Eastern lacquer furniture.   

Next Class - Contact Priscilla at phiferpa@att.net if interested.

Past Classes:

In August of 2008, Priscilla volunteered her time at Plymouth Congregation's camping program by teaching over 100 campers, ages 10 to 15, decoupage.  They created beautiful apothecary jars and recycled plastic water bottles, and they were thrilled with their unique creations.

September 26, 2009, at the Grosse Pointe War Memorial, Grosse Pointe Farms, MI  48236.  
This Saturday class was from 1 to 4 PM. 

And in May of 2009, Priscilla was presented with a certificate of appreciation for volunteering to teach decoupage basics to 27 Lady Leaders of Brace-Lederle School's Female Mentoring Program, which is under the direction of Ms. Gloria Hardy and Ms. Sheronne Jackson, both teachers who devote much after-school time in the program.

March 2009, 1 to 4PM Grosse Pointe War Memorial

August 2010 Grosse Pointe War Memorial

Several were taught in private home settings and other venues.

The rewards are great teaching these classes.  If interested in learning how to decoupage, contact: priscillaphifer@rareambiance.com or call 248/497-8722.

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