Post by Michelle Kohanzo
In Michelle Romo’s class we made an entire world out of paper! The concept was to create a camp scene during the day on one side and a night scene on the other. Of course, we couldn’t do that – we made both sides night and covered the dark sky in stars. I’ll tell you, 3D paper worlds are tough and so is working with a glue stick. Am I the only one who gets covered in glue, dirt and paper and then can’t make anything stick? Yuck!
So anyway, we managed to get the tent pitched and plant our little trees in the 3D scene. And because we like to color outside the lines, we didn’t want a bear and had to make a wolf. So we ended up with the most amazing diorama of a nighttime camp scene, a la Michelle Romo. Though I struggled to stay glue-free, I must admit that Michelle did all the work ahead of time and had every piece of paper pre-cut for us. Because, she’s awesome!
Everett really loved this craft and especially more because his best camp friend, Cooper, was also taking the workshop at the same time.
All photos provided by: THUSS + FARRELL