Teaching the keychain craft was a good experience. We started off with some number 6 plastic, we than taped our designs to the back of the plastic. After that, we used a thin sharpie to outline our design. When that was done, we went in with some color and finished our design for one pin. We then repeated those step to make a couple more designs. When we were happy with all our designs, we preheated the oven to 325 degrees. Next, when the oven is done preheating, we placed our designs on a pan lined with parchment paper, and put it in the oven. We then preceded to bake the designs for around 2 minutes. Our designs shrank down and became thicker. We waited for them to cool down a bit and we were done. The result was several beautiful and homemade keychains. To sum it up, with was a great experience, and I had a lot of fun making these adorable keychains.
This was my second time hosting a online art class, so this time it went smoother compared to the previous one. I learned from my mistakes in the last class, and applied them in this class to make it more … Read More
At first, I was very excited and nervous because this would be my first time teaching online. But on the other hand, I am thankful for this opportunity since Icould still teach crafts from home even during this tough time. I am also very glad that I can do something to help by getting donations from … Read More
This craft class was our first experience with using Zoom and virtually teaching a craft. Because of this, I wanted to choose a craft that fit the main three requirements of being simple and straightforward, the materials consisting of household … Read More
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