- Wood Carved Christmas Ornaments
December 12, 2021
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Instructor: Barry Miller
Skill Level: Beginner
Join us in this fun class and carve a simple snowman ornament from start to finish. There will be enough material provided to carve two to three ornaments. We will ensure that you have finished at least one ornament prior to leaving class for the day. We will also discuss painting and sealing the carvings.
Basic carving tools will be provided if you are looking to get your feet wet in the carving world. I will also have tools available for purchase if you want to continue after class. Contact Barry at email@example.com prior to class if you are interested in purchasing a beginner carving kit. If you already have carving tools then a knife, small v-tool, and a #9 ¼” gouge are all you will need to carve this project. Most of the work can be done with a knife.
All materials will be provided. Kits will be available for students to purchase if they have an interest in carving at home.
About the Instructor:
I live in Denver with my wife of 30 years, Diana, and we have three adult children; Emily, Andrew, and Allyson. We also have two grandchildren; Olivia and Jeremiah. I work locally for an Alarm Service provider as a Fire Alarm Designer and Systems Engineer. We enjoy camping when we have the time as well as hiking. I grew up in Lancaster County PA and graduated from Cocalico High School and then served in the United States Army for three years and the Oregon Army National Guard while in College.
The Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen does not provide cash refunds for the cancellation of classes unless the class is canceled by the instructor or the Guild. In order to request a withdrawal from a workshop, students must contact the Guild by phone at 717-431-8706 or email firstname.lastname@example.org at least 7 days before the class. Students who request a withdrawal at least 7 days prior to the class will receive a 100% tuition class credit.
Please note that we are unable to provide refunds for missed classes due to personal scheduling conflicts.