Crafternoon with Artist in Residence Janet Croog

  • July 13, 2024 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
  • Confluence

    117 Center Street
    Cramerton, North Carolina 28032
Ticket Price Free Register Now

Join us for a beginner-friendly workshop that requires no artistic background. You’ll learn to transfer a photo onto cardboard using a simple, effective technique. This method enhances mixed-media projects, enabling the creation of unique, textured artworks. It is perfect for crafting vintage-style prints, adding depth to collages, and personalizing handmade items. 

What to Bring: Your own high-contrast inkjet printout on regular printer paper, sized to either 4x6" or 5x7". 

Provided Materials: ● Cardboard backing ● Matte medium ● Brushes ● Tape ● Paper towels ● Spray finish ● Alternative prints of of nature and wildlife 

Ideas for Images: Family, friends, pets, nature scenes, bold text, an image of your own art, or anything you find interesting. Simpler images work best for this technique. 

Note: You will be using your fingers to rub and remove paper bits, so be prepared for a slight mess.

Date & Time

Sat, Jul 13, 2024 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM

Venue Details


117 Center Street
Cramerton, North Carolina 28032 Confluence
Catawba Riverkeeper Foundation

We educate and advocate to protect the Catawba-Wateree River Basin’s lakes, rivers and streams for everyone who depends on and enjoys them.

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The Catawba-Wateree River Basin encompasses 26 counties, 8900 miles of waterways, 5000 square miles of land and a 225 mile stretch of continuous river from Lake James in NC to Lake Marion in SC.

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