Ozark Folk Center Handmade Christmas Folk School Nov 17-19

Are you looking for a new way to create handcrafted holiday gifts?
This year, give yourself the gift of a new skill and learn to make gifts that your friends and family will treasure. This November, the Ozark Folk Center is offering you a chance to learn how to bring back the good old-fashioned Christmas. Get away to Mountain View, Arkansas for three days on Nov. 17-19 and learn how to make traditional crafts in your own style. During our Handmade Christmas Folk School there will be classes on:
Basic Relief Printing – Troy Odom
Candle Making – bee’s wax and more – Traci Glover
Collage & Mixed Media – Ann Snyder
Corn Shuck Nativity – Erlene Carter and Paula Lane
Decorating with Nature – Kathleen Connole
Frame Looms, Fibers and Finishes – Arlone Folkers
Glass Beadmaking Fundamentals – Sage Holland
Handmade Herbal Gifts for the Holidays –
Old World Santas – Doris Fountain
Sheep to Shawl – Jeanette Larson
Soapmaking Clean and Natural – Linda Odom
Take Flight with Brooms – Shawn Hoefer
Tinsmithing – Lanterns, Wassail Mugs and more – Robert Stone
Wire Wrapped Jewelry – Linda Widmer
15.  Folk Kids Holidays, bring your kids! – Mary Gillihan – 3 days or sign up for each day individually – This program is for children between the ages of 7 and 14 years old. The fee for this class is $15/day.
These are comfortable, fun classes. The maximum number of students in any class is 8.  Registration deadline for all Handmade Christmas Folk School classes is Nov. 11.
Call 870-269-3851 or visit www.ozarkfolkcenter.com to register for classes or for more information.