Junk Journal Workshop with Lynn Yuhr
When: Saturday April 21, 2017, 9:30 am to 5 pm
Where: Moose Lodge, 9900 SW 77th Ave
Workshop Fee: $50 SFJAG Member or Moose Lodge Member, $70 Non-members
Kit Fee: $10
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What is a Junk Journal?
A handmade book made up of store bought papers to recycled items such as magazines, brochures, painted paper, music sheets, envelopes, packaging, brown paper bags, maps, greeting cards, post cards, doilies, to name a few. The book covers can be made from old book covers or any heavier/stiff cardboard (cereal boxes, file folders, chip board, etc).
This class is about making a journal that is personalized to you. It might be simple and refined for the purposes of managing your daily tasks or sketching ideas for your next project. On the other hand your journal could be an exuberant expression of your life – favorite quotes, inspirational images, or secret goals!
Supplies Students to bring:
- Apron (this is going to get messy!)
- Extra rag or old towel for spills
- Craft mat – for painting and gluing
- Self-healing cutting surface
- Exacto knife
- Heat gun
- Assorted paint brushed – some for large areas, some for details
- A rubber brayer, if you have one
- Baby wipes
- Paper towels
- Matte fluid medium (Michaels or Blick carries this, 4 oz min. using this for collage)
- a black permanent (either Pitt artist pen or Micron pen, not sharpie, fine point),
- white paint pen (sharpie, molotow, etc)
- if you have them, a small selection of other colorful markers/pens that you like.
Lynn will bring the rest!!
Lynn Yuhr has lived in Miami most of her life and has always had a love of nature. She has focused on hand-crafted arts such as jewelry, creating art journals and books, and jumping into mixed-media that often uses nature as a focal point. She holds a firm belief that the act of creating something softens one’s heart and opens one’s mind. She is a founding member and past-president of the South Florida Jewelry Arts Guild (2005) and has taught at a number of local venues including South Florida Jewelry Arts Guild and Fairchild Gardens as well as at national venues and retreats.