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CREA-DAY in Papirmuseets By in Grasten

One day each month we hold CREA-DAY in Papirmuseets By in Grasten from 10 am to 4 pm
Here are all customer club members, creative guests and dealers hearty welcome to attend. You are free to come and go as you please all day. There is the possibility of ordering lunch at tel.74652256, best three days in advance.

You will have the opportunity to learn new quillingfigures and the latest techniques -  we are playing and experimenting.
At every event there is a new theme. The themes are chosen by what is current and varies as needed.
So the program is determined about 1 week before, but not more planned than there is always room for SURPRISES.
Do you think of themes we may pick up, please send an email to info@karenmarieklip.dk

Bring your own: Foamboard, circletemplate, quillingcomb, quillingpen, scissors, helpinghand, formfinger, 3 mm double-sided tape and glue.
otherwise you must buy it.

Dates Crea-days:

Friday May 24th
Tuesday, June 18th
Wednesday 7th of August
(Housefair d. 13 and 14 September)
Thursday, October 10th
Friday, November 15th
Tuesday, December 10th


Be welcome, we are looking forward to seeing you.

Not a customer club member?  Then sign up now!

Theme and program for the next Creaday is announced in a newsletter a few days before the event.

Accommodation

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KAREN-MARIE KLIP & PAPIR A/S

Karen-Marie Klip & Papir A/S and Papirmuseets By A/S are under the same roof. We live in a 800m2 large house, build as a town with streets, a café, papermuseum, storage and production facilities. You can easily spend a day in Papirmuseets By A/S in Gråsten - bringing back home a lot of inspiration for the most beautiful quilling projects, origami, ideas for cards, invitations, bags etc.
You can be creative yourself - take a seat in the café and just go ahead, we will gladly help you.
You can even get in christmas mood all year in Christmas Alley.

WHAT IS QUILLING?

During the renaissance, nuns and monks used quilling to decorate book covers and religious items. The paper used was strips of paper trimmed from the gilded edges of books. These gilded paper strips were then rolled to create the quilled shapes.
Quilling is a technique that involves the use of strips of paper that are rolled, shaped and glued together to create decorative designs.

Karen-Marie Klip & Papir A/S  |   Bomhusvej 3   |  DK-6300 Gråsten   |   + 45 74 65 18 17   |   info@karenmarieklip.dk
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