Friday, March 12, 2010


The Johnson County Rose Society held their March meeting at the studio of From the Summer's Garden. I demonstrated and discussed the steps in making my recycled paper hypertufa. Click to view the content of this presentation The Summer/Fall Hypertufa and Handmade Paper Studios have been scheduled. See the specific post for more information on what is involved and for sign up information.

Participants taking the Hypertufa Studio can make up to five complete projects including a box planter, a leaf platter, a sculpted gnome head, a patio votive holder and a free-form garden stepping stone.

I get to talk while Blaze does the heavy work of
mixing the sandand shredded paper into a pulp.

This hypertufa pot has set but not cured. When it dries is will become very light in weight.

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