Join artist and maker Stacy Wong as she teaches you how to create a beautiful, hand-stitched pop-up card! Using simple craft materials, this card is a perfect to gift to someone special. This workshop is intergenerational, so crafters of all ages are encouraged to participate and work together!
This workshop will be held on Zoom
For child participants joining with grownup, this workshop is recommended for ages 8+
For questions or to request accommodations for this event please contact Cristina Hernandez-Guerrero at firstname.lastname@example.org .
For additional information please visit https://pacificasiamuseum.usc.edu/
Please note that the zoom URL will be shared via email a week before the program.
- 2 pieces of cardstock (8.5" wide x 5.5" tall)
- Cardstock for flowers, leaves, letters (scrap pieces are fine)
- Glue stick or glue gun
- Push Pin
- Coloring materials such as: Sharpies, markers, colored pencils and/or crayons
- Embroidery Needle
- Embroidery Floss (2 colors)
- Old Magazine or Scrap pieces of paper
- Needle Threader (optional).
About the artist:
Creating has always been a part of Stacy Wong's life. She is a lifelong collector, maker, creative, and inspired by all types and styles of art. Wood has been her preferred medium for creating because it is solid and its surfaces can be painted, stamped and printed upon yet the integrity of the natural wood is still there. She designs and creates goods which are modern, aesthetically pleasing, and functional. They are products which make you feel good about giving. She makes all of her products, one at a time in Manhattan Beach, California.
Stacy has been teaching creative workshops since 2015 as a way to give back and share with the community. It is her hope that by experiencing a workshop, you will walk away with a new appreciation for art, making, and creativity.