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Valentine's Block Printing Class


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    • Using our Washable Paints, art instructor Ms. Christine will virtually teach kiddos three Valentine's themed crafts, including Valentine's Cards and Wall Art focused on education around Block Printing. There will be three 1-hour sessions over three weeks using supplies found in your Washable Paint Set and Artist Pad.
    • After purchase, you will receive a confirmation of your order. Items will be shipped and will arrive before class begins. Seventy-two hours before your first class, you will receive Zoom login details and additional instructions about your Craft Class.
    • Final Purchase. No refunds or exchanges. 
    • Craft Class FAQs
    • Technological device needed to connect with class via Zoom
    • Makes a great gift
    • Age recommendation: 3-10. Kids under age 6 may need some adult assistance
    • Washable Paint Set (Retail Value $19.99)
    • Artist Pad (Retail Value $9.99)
    • Additional Supplies Used for Block Printing
    • Three one-hour craft classes
    • Winter Session 1
    • Saturday, January 16 at 1:00pm-2:00pm CST
    • Saturday, January 23 at 1:00pm-2:00pm CST
    • Saturday, January 30 at 1:00pm-2:00pm CST
    • Christine Joy Llewellyn Ohemeng is an artist and surface pattern designer based in South Orange, New Jersey. Christine graduated from Wesleyan University and later obtained her MBA from the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan. She worked as a marketing manager before leaving to pursue her passion for design. In 2011, she obtained her Masters of Industrial Design from Pratt Institute and, shortly after, established Christine Joy Design. Christine was recognized by Essence Magazine as one of "50 Black Women Founders to Watch," and has well-known home and apparel brands such as West Elm, Crate & Barrel, The Gap, All Modern, Minted, and Börn Shoes, among her list of clients. Christine traveled to India to learn block printing and natural fabric dyeing from local artisans and has found joy in teaching this and other art forms to both children and adults. Christine currently teaches out of a 19th-century carriage house, which she and her husband recently converted into an art studio.