Paper flowers in bloom

February 14, 2018

Louise Carter starts another petal.

Barb Mundy, Merle Krause and Susan Parry enjoyed a morning of crafts and coffee.

Sharee Sprunt shows off her creation.

Participants created paper flowers as part of their craft and coffee morning.

Elizabeth Leong shows off her skills.

Catherine Nevins and Sharee Sprunt were hard at work on their flowers.

Tatura Library was full of laughter and smiles at the monthly craft and coffee morning on Thursday.

The group tackled paper flowers, cleverly folding paper squares to create beautiful flowers in bloom.

Tatura Library branch co-ordinator Kerrie Douglas said the mornings were a great way to meet people and learn something new.

Since beginning in October, the group has tackled many skills including making mosaics, creating gift boxes and Christmas decorations.

‘‘We have so many things you can do in the branch (Tatura Library),’’ Mrs Douglas said.

‘‘If I can do these crafts, anyone can.’’

The group meets at 10am and takes a break for a coffee and some morning tea.

‘‘Everyone is welcome, but it is first in, first served,’’ Mrs Douglas said.

Craft and coffee mornings are currently limited to 12 participants each month.

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