Make an Origami Tulip at Virtual Westfield Library

On Thursday, May 28, 10:30 am, Artist Joy Lara will demonstrate the simple art of paper-folding a lovely tulip. Follow along or just watch and enjoy.

All you will need to follow along is one colored square piece of paper 4"x 4", one colored square piece of paper 6"x 6", a ruler, glue stick and scissors. The paper doesn't have to be special origami paper, any type of paper will do! Joy will end with a Q&A.

The Zoom information below is on our Facebook page and also here on the library's website Calendar.

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  1. Jen Schulze
Thu, May 28
10:30 am — 12:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 05/28/2020 10:30am 05/28/2020 12:00pm America/New_York Make an Origami Tulip at Virtual Westfield Library

On Thursday, May 28, 10:30 am, Artist Joy Lara will demonstrate the simple art of paper-folding a lovely tulip. Follow along or just watch and enjoy.

All you will need to follow along is one colored square piece of paper 4"x 4", one colored square piece of paper 6"x 6", a ruler, glue stick and scissors. The paper doesn't have to be special origami paper, any type of ...

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