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4-H craft club visits Waterloo art studio

by Alexis Kuper

MAPLETON - The Mapleton Kukoo Crafties held their second last meeting on May 13.

Members went to The Art Studio in Waterloo. Members received instructions on painting, and washing their hands to remove all dirt and oils to ensure pieces don’t crack when glazed.

Some pieces selected included cupcakes, fish, cats, tea cups and bears. Items were painted three times to ensure proper coverage.

They will be picked up after they have been fired and glazed.

submitted by press reporter Alexis Kuper

June 14, 2013

 
 

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