The French Frostie is the latest creation from Kansas City Artist, Lesa Dailey and exclusive to the students of Fox Hollow Studio.
This fabulous snowman will make you smile with his little snowman pal and has some of the most amazing details, vintage crepe paper & tinsel and oh so much more! MAGNIFIQUE is the single perfect word to describe this creation that you will make with guidance and instruction from the lovely Lesa. All supplies are included to create this treasure. The only “tool” you may want to bring is your detail scissors.
This workshop also includes beverages and snacks throughout the day and catered lunch.
Registration will be confirmed upon payment also leave me a note at checkout if you have a friend you would like to sit with.
Workshop is 10:00 am - 3:00 pm (ish)
Registration is $120 with lunch
Registration without lunch is $100
**This is a non refundable workshop if you cannot attend you can have someone sit in your seat
****This is a limited seat workshop
To enroll text Teresa at 580-467-7355 or email at email@example.com.
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