Easter Egg Decorating Workshop Held @ The Nanuet Library

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BY BARRY WARNER

The Easter Eggs were adorned using the technique of decoupage, which is an arts and crafts practice that involves cutting out paper images and gluing them to a surface in a decorative manner.
The Easter Eggs were adorned using the technique of decoupage, which is an arts and crafts practice that involves cutting out paper images and gluing them to a surface in a decorative manner.

Easter Eggs are decorated to mimic the fresh colors of spring, plus they also provide enjoyment when presented as gifts. Last week, the entertaining activity was led by Young Adult Librarian Angela Krajcar, as the participants conversed, laughed and had a good time comparing each other’s creations.

The youngsters used the technique of decoupage, which is an arts and crafts practice that involves cutting out paper images and gluing them to a surface in a decorative manner. Materials used included cardboard eggs, washi tape, colored pens, stickers and glitter.

Members of the small, but enthusiastic group included Shrilakkshmi, Shrividhya and Michelle who contributed the following remarks, “Everything is fun and I enjoy Angela’s activities”; “I like art in general and enjoy being with my friends”; “I enjoy coming to the library and doing projects that I don’t do at home”.

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