Play with paper to create intricate designs.
This is an in‐person program. Registration is required.
Masks are optional at all in‐person library events.
Iris folding is thought to have originated in Holland in the 1900s. Strips of folded paper are taped into place over a pattern, creating a spiraling design that resembles the iris diaphragm of a camera. Participants will create a design from colorful papers and cardstock suitable for use as a card or piece of art.
Please bring a pair of scissors and a ruler.
Kristin discovered a love of paper crafting and book making upon her retirement to Central Oregon in 2014. She especially likes discovering and encouraging the inner artist and sharing the creative experience with others.