Class Descriptions

Spring 2017 - Summer 2017
Schedule of Classes, Workshops & Events


For the maker and curious creative looking for new artistic expressions, Paper Seahorse classes are modern and fun.  All materials included.  Bring an open heart and mind.  Learn something new, make with your hands, give from the heart. Register online and visit www.paperseahorse.com for updates. Please make sure to read our class policies.*

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EVENTS             

 

 

SPECIAL EVENT: Type-In FREE and open to the public
It’s World Typewriter Day!  We celebrate the day the patent was secured for the first typewriter.  Moveable type really changed the way we communicate and brought efficient writing to the common man.  The writing bar will be available all day for you to type on machines through the decades (1920’s - 1970’s).  You can also have a treat and type on a rare 1920's Remington with an Art Deco Font. This day only there will be 20% off all typewriters, books, paper and ribbon. We have one of the largest collections of restored typewriters in Florida. This is the one day a year we have a sale, make sure to mark your calendars.

June 23rd Friday 10a - 5p

 

SPECIAL EVENT: Open Studio FREE and open to the public
Join us for a Friday happy hour to kick off your weekend. Enjoy our lovely studio space. Bring your creative projects and hang with The Paper Seahorse cowgirls. Want to practice your calligraphy? How about lettering? Or what about that project that you never finished?  Now’s the time to meet other like minded folks and enjoy some relaxing, creative time in our beautiful studio.

May 19th Friday 5:30 - 7:30p
July 21st Friday 5:30 - 7:30p

 

SPECIAL EVENT: 6TH ANNUAL TBEC Etsy Craft Party

Mark your calendars! Tampa Bay Etsy Crew's Annual Summer Craft Party is coming....We are proud to sponsor again this year. The makers and crafters of Tampa Bay help make our community creative and vibrant; authentic and diverse. Please bring a friend or two and spend the afternoon...amazing make and takes, and of course the legendary swag bags.

July 8th Saturday 11:00 - 4:00p 

 

SPECIAL EVENT: Traveler's Notebook Meet Up

Join us for another Midori Travelers Notebook Meet Up!  Begin a new year with a new notebook practice or enrich your current one. Whether you have a Travelers Notebook or are curious about one, this is the event for you.  Come see outstanding examples, learn first hand how to customize your notebook, share with others how you use yours and get inspiration from the cowgirls on how to trick yours out.  We will be offering 10% off all Midori Travelers Notebook accessories for attendees that day only. 

July 22nd Saturday 2 - 4p, $5

 

SPECIAL EVENT: Letter Writing Social FREE and open to the public
Come join the buzz of creativity and the fun world of snail mail as we celebrate National Stationery Week.  Learn about pen pals and get some inspiration on ways to keep in touch.  Get inspired with mail art activities. 

April 29th Saturday 9 - 11a

 

SPECIAL EVENT: Letter Writing Social  FREE and open to the public
Come join the buzz of creativity and the fun world of snail mail.  Learn about pen pals and new ways to keep in touch.  Get inspired with creative mail art activities. We will discuss how a new snail mail movement is happening around the globe. Participants will discover the beauty of lovely crafted letter writing tools; write with a beautiful fountain pen; type on a vintage typewriter; and get creative with envelopes, labels, and vintage postage.

August 26th Saturday 10a - 12pm      

 

 

ARTS & CRAFTS  

Tea Cup Candles
Join us for a Mother’s Day Tea Party!  Bring a different kind of warmth to a vintage tea cup by repurposing it into a lovely hand poured candle.  You'll create a beautifully unique soy teacup candle with a cotton wick.  All materials will be provided, but you are welcome to bring your own teacup to fill.  We’ll be serving tea and some sweets.  Teacher – Natasha Lue

May 13th Saturday 2-3:30p, $35
May 14th Saturday 1 - 2:30p, $35

 

Art-Journaling
Learn how to start an art journal.  This class will help you drop the fear and resistance that keep you from creative journaling on a regular basis!  Using mementos and keepsakes from your day-to-day life you will create a vibrant memory of your moments, experiences, and thoughts.  Learn how to make beautiful pages with watercolor, mixed media techniques, composition, creative prompts, and lettering.  Feel free to bring anything that inspires you, however all materials are provided (and include your very own journal to get started). Teacher – Christina Lembo

May 6th Saturday 1 - 3:30p, $50

 

Shibori: Japanese Fabric Dyeing
Learn the centuries-old Shibori technique, a Japanese dyeing method whereby patterns are created on fabric by folding and binding cloth.  You will learn how to prepare your fabric and mix fiber-reactive cold water dye.  You’ll create 4 tea towels – each one your very own unique textile.  This dye is very permanent, so please wear clothing you don’t mind getting messy. All materials included.  Teacher – Jenni Glaser

June 3rd Saturday 9:30a - 12:30p, $60

 

Candle-making with Everything So Pretty
In this fun and fragrant class you’ll learn from one of our favorite chandlers, Everything So Pretty’s Natasha Lue.  She’ll guide you through the process of pouring natural soy candles using various repurposed containers.  Bring your own 8 oz or 10 oz containers or use one provided.  You’ll be able to customize your fragrance and create a unique hand poured candle made by you!  Get candle-making tips along with lots of inspiration and enjoy sweets and snacks while your candles set. Teacher – Natasha Lue   

June 25th Sunday, 1 - 3p, $40
 

Mixed Media Expressions
In this introduction to expressive mixed media, artists will build artwork in layers using paints, pens, markers, found objects, beautiful papers and more. Using assemblage and collage to enhance their work, students will develop a unique style and create an intricate and expressive piece of original art on canvas that tells a unique story. Teacher Teri Navajo

June 14th Wednesday 6 - 8:30p, $55

 

Heart and Soul: An Intuitive Painting Experience
Express yourself by doing and discover Yoga for your heart, soul and mind. Immersive painting allows one’s creativity to blossom.  By attending this class, you will learn relaxation methods and creative techniques to master a piece of original art that is as unique as you are. Utilizing methods to build layers of colors and texture, you will explore color theory, mindfulness and practice relaxation. Teacher – Teri Navajo            

June 7th Wednesday 6 - 8:30p, $55
July 26th Wednesday 6 - 8:30p, $55

 

Pet Collage
Are you a pet lover?  Let your pet be your muse and create a unique work of art featuring your favorite animal friend. Through layers of collage using paints, patterned papers, tissue papers, various embellishments and a pre-printed photo of your pet (printed on matte cardstock) you will create a fun piece that celebrates your pet’s personality.  Teacher – Teri Navajo

July 30th Sunday 1 - 3:30p, $45

 

Embroidery for Beginners
Create designs with a needle and thread instead of paper and pen. Class will start with a basic introduction to embroidery stitches. Then, you’ll have an opportunity to select a pattern and fabrics before diving into making your piece. With input and guidance you’ll create a unique piece of artwork that reflects your personal style. Class kits include hoops, needles, thread, scissors, patterns, and fabric so that stitching doesn’t have to stop when class ends! Teacher – Chiara Brandon

July 9th Sunday 10a - 12p, $50

 

Fun with Photography 101
This class is perfect for anyone who wants to improve their photography skills, whether you’re just beginning or a hobby photographer. In this class, you will learn lighting, composition, posing, shooting from unique angels and perspectives and how to shoot candidly. All ages, experience and cameras are welcome whether it be a smart phone, film or digital camera.  Teacher – Carlie Chew                                               

June 10th Saturday 2 - 4p, $40 
August 5th Saturday 2 - 4p, $40

 

The Art & Craft of Chocolate Making
Dark chocolate, milk chocolate…and not just any chocolate, but handmade chocolate by you!  Explore the art of chocolate making, a unique opportunity, with local chocolatier Maggie Prittie of Prittie's Cocoa Cafe.  She will teach you the difference between everyday chocolate and artisanal chocolate as well as what to look for when buying chocolates and how to have a discerning palate.  You will create a several of your own pieces and then package them exquisitely with modern and handmade papers.  Enjoy some of the finest edible and paper ingredients available.  All supplies included. Teachers – Maggie Prittie and Tona Bell

May 7th Sunday 1 - 3:30p, $50
July 1st Saturday 1 - 3:30p, $50

    

 

PAPER CRAFT

 Marbled Stationery
Come learn Suminagashi, the art of Japanese paper marbling. We will be using this process to make traditional, intricate patterns, as well as experimenting with bolder techniques. We will also use our new patterned paper to make cards and stationery for friends and pen pals. Zen state included for free! Teacher – Gianna Pergamo

March 8th Wednesday 6 - 8p, $40

 

Spring Card-Making
For mom or that special gal, you will learn how to make several beautiful mixed-media flower and butterfly cards. Bring mom along with you and have a lovely craft-er-noon together. Appropriate for all ages. Teacher- Tona Bell

May 13th Saturday 10 - 11:30a, $30

 

Paper Love:  Playing With Paper
Paper is fascinating from the way we interact with it to the physical properties. Flow Magazine has dedicated their entire business to the art and craft of paper and mindfulness.  We will use the Flow Paper Book by them as our inspiration. If you have one or two or more and have never used them, this class is for you.  We will show you how you can use the book for: writing, mail art, wrapping, party decor and collage.  You will be amazed at things you can create from this fantastic mindfulness through making book. Includes your copy of the latest Flow Book for Paper Lovers which has over 300 pages of paper goodness created by some of the world’s leading designers and artists.  Teacher – Tona Bell

June 3rd Saturday 1 - 4p, $60

 

Junk Journaling: Upcycling Ephemera
Are you a keeper of paper ephemera (letters, notes, postage stamps and pages torn from magazines) but have no idea what to do with it? Creating a junk journal is a good method to pull all these paper bits together and create a beautiful, fun keepsake. Junk journaling is a great way to unwind after a long day and it is quite addicting! The best part of a junk journal, nothing needs to be perfect! It’s easy peasy, no stress journaling. Learn some tricks and tips to this fun hobby. You will walk away with a unique junk journal, in progress, that inspires you.  All materials included, however feel free to bring along personal ephemera that you would like to place in your journal.  Teacher – Patti Ingegneri

June 17th Saturday 10a - 12p, $35

 

Art and Flow Journal Making
Instead of trying to find the perfect journals, why not make your own custom one? In this session, we will create a handmade, spiral bound art journal/sketchbook cover to cover. Artists will design and decorate the front and back covers as well as any inside pages they wish. Everyone will leave this class with their own, unique, handmade art journal/sketchbook – complete with plenty of pages for you to fill with ideas, dreams, travel, goals, drawings and art.  We will also discuss the many types of journaling and have inspiration on hand.  Use your newly, handmade art journal as a Travel Journal, Dream Journal, Self Care/Self Worth Journal, Idea Journal and so much more!  All materials included, however feel free to bring anything you would like to work with or include in your new custom journal! 
Teacher – Teri Navajo                                                                                                        

July 5th Wednesday 6 - 8p, $45
August 23rd Wednesday 6 - 8p, $45

 

The Art of the Fold: Introduction to Origami
Meditative and relaxing, the art of paper folding is truly mindfulness through making.  Fun and satisfying, it is also using all parts of your brain. And did you know that Origami is good for you? The practice provides both mental and physical stimulus that helps with fine motor skills and mental concentration. It’s not just for kids anymore.  This craft is useful and beautiful.  You will learn several 2D and 3D classic and modern models.  Teacher – Tona Bell

July 19th Wednesday 6 - 8:30p, $45

  

DIY Paper Flowers: Hibiscus
Learn to make the tropical hibiscus flower, long admired for its variety of stunning colors and widely cultivated in Tampa Bay.   These showy flowers when cut only last a few hours.  The everlasting and beautiful ones you will make can be cherished for a long time.  Exquisite hibiscus paper flowers are a joy to make.  Imagine where these will be in your office or home.  They are also inspiration for weddings, showers and birthdays or any special occasion. Teacher – Tona Bell

August 5th Saturday 10a - 12p, $50

  

 

CALLIGRAPHY & LETTERING CLASSES

Hand Lettering: An Introduction
Different than calligraphy or penmanship, lettering is the art of drawing letterforms to illustrate a quote, word, or concept. In this class, you'll learn the basics of drawing 10 different lettering styles and explore creative ways to illustrate your favorite quote or saying. At the end of the class, you'll walk away with a piece that you hand-drew and colored, and be able to apply these new skills in artwork, gifts and fancy envelope addressing and more!  Teacher - Christina Lembo                                                               

April 5th Wednesday 6 - 8:30p, $45
May 24th Wednesday 6 - 8:30p, $45

 

Hand Lettering 101
Learn the basics of hand lettering.  Whether you’re just getting started or looking for tips to take your typographic work to the next level, this class is for you.  In this class, you’ll learn lettering fundamentals which include basic terminology and how to use the basic lettering tools (pencil, paper and eraser).  Getting inspiration from typefaces, you’ll learn how to draw several different lettering styles and use specimen sheets to help you reproduce the details and characteristics of different typefaces.  We’ll look at how to intentionally combine different lettering styles and create solid compositions as well as discover how to sketch lettering guides. You’ll walk away with your very own hand lettered piece and the understanding of how to apply your new skills to keep creating.  Teacher – Leo Gomez

June 24th Saturday 1 - 4, $50
July 29th Saturday 1 - 4p, $50
August 26th Saturday 1 - 4p, $50

 

Hand Lettering: Intermediate
This class is for those with a grasp of basic hand lettering - styles, drawing letterforms, and creating composition - or with desire to explore lettering with different tools and outside the box techniques.  This class will cover adding color and illustration, digitizing your lettering, brush lettering with watercolor and ink, and lettering applications and projects.Teacher – Christina Lembo

May 17th Wednesday 6 - 8:30p, $45
 

Just a Dip – Introduction to Modern Calligraphy (Beginners)
If you’re interested in learning pointed pen calligraphy with a modern twist, or just want to try something new – this class is for you! This class is geared towards beginners; so if you’ve never picked up a calligraphy pen before don’t be scared to join us. We’ll be covering the basics, including prepping your pen to take its first ink dip, understanding ink flow and pressure essential to pointed pen calligraphy, and the creation of basic script letterforms. You’ll walk away with the basic fundamentals of modern calligraphy, the ability to replicate or produce your own lowercase alphabet, and the encouragement to practice and develop your own lettering style – all without needing perfect everyday handwriting!  Basic supplies for this class will be provided and kits will be available for purchase if you’d like to practice your calligraphy at home (which is totally encouraged!).  Teacher – Risha Roa

May 21st Sunday 9:30a - 12:30p / FULL
June 11th Sunday 9:30a - 12:30p, $60
July 23rd Sunday 9:30 - 12:30p, $60
August 20th Sunday 9:30a - 12:30p, $60

 

Let’s Write Pretty – Intermediate Modern Calligraphy
This class is ideal if you’ve completed the Intro to Modern Calligraphy class or any similar beginners class in pointed pen calligraphy. We’ll build on the basics of Intro and jump right into learning uppercase letterforms. We’ll learn how to use various materials (like colored inks) and have plenty of practice time to work on connecting letters to composing phrases. We’ll work further to develop, embrace, and refine your own style and at the end we’ll learn how to bring your finished compositions into the computer for digital editing. This is an easy way to apply your lettering to images for web, Facebook, Instagram, and blogs.  Basic supplies for this class will be provided and you are more than welcome to bring your own calligraphy supplies to class. Kits will also be available for purchase if you’d like to practice your calligraphy at home. Teacher – Risha Roa

June 11th Sunday 1:30 - 4:30p, $60
August 16th Wednesday 9:30 - 12:30p, $60

 

Intro to Brush Pen Calligraphy
Brush pen calligraphy is a great way for beginners to learn calligraphy, without being intimidated by traditional pens, nibs, and inks. All you need is a brush pen and paper! Brush pen calligraphy is like writing crossed with painting—great for on-the-go creativity. In this class you’ll learn the basics of modern calligraphy and how to use a brush pen to achieve the distinctive thin and thick strokes characteristic of modern calligraphy. The versatility of this type of hand-lettering calligraphy is endless! Basic supplies for this class will be provided. Teacher – Risha Roa

July 23rd Sunday 1:30 - 4:30p, $60
August 20th Saturday 1:30 - 4:30p, $60

 

Let's Write On Stuff: Learn Faux Calligraphy
Disclaimer: faux calligraphy or hand-lettered calligraphy can be very addicting! Learn the basic concept of pressure application which is essential to the “look” of calligraphy in a fun and easy way. The great thing about faux calligraphy is that it can be applied to a multitude of surfaces, not just paper. Each class will apply their new skills to different surfaces like wood, glass or mirror. Be thinking of a short quote or your personal mantra to hand-letter during class. Teacher – Risha Roa

May 21st Sunday 1:30 - 3:30p / FULL
July 2nd Sunday 1:30 - 3:30p, $45

 

Tombow Brush Pen Lettering 101
Are you interested in hand lettering but not sure where to begin? Have you seen the pretty lettering all over social media and in the stores and want to try to do it yourself? Do you have bad handwriting and are afraid to try to learn hand lettering? Then this class is for you! In this basics class, you will learn how to hold a Tombow brush pen along with the basic strokes needed to create letters. You will also learn how to letter the alphabet and then connect those letters to make words. This is a great introduction to get your feet wet with the Tombow brush markers. At the end of the class, you’ll leave with your own brush pens, practice sheets and the confidence to continue lettering!  Note: this is different than the Brush Pen Calligraphy technique class. Teacher – Amanda Kammarada                                                    

June 3rd Saturday 2 - 4p, $45
August 12th Saturday 10 - 12p $45

 

Intermediate Brush Pen Lettering
Do you already have experience with brush pen lettering and are looking to expand your skills and add something fun and new to your designs? Then this class is for you! In this Intermediate class (basic strokes and beginner information will not be covered), you will learn  how to add detail your lettering through different techniques, such as: flourishing, embellishments, color blocking, speckling and more! At the end of the class, you’ll leave with your own brush pens, a thin tipped black pen and example sheets of techniques and a finished piece that will be ready to display in your home! Teacher – Amanda Kammarada

July 8nd Saturday 9:30 - 12:30p, $55
August 19th Saturday 9:30 - 12:30p, $55

 

Watercolor Lettering Workshop
Take your lettering up a notch by using watercolors! In this class, you will learn how to letter with a water brush and watercolors. You’ll learn the basic strokes and get comfortable lettering the alphabet. We will connect letters to form words and learn color blending techniques. At the end of the class, you’ll leave with a colorful finished piece of a phrase or word that inspires you.  Class kit includes a waterbrush, watercolors, practice sheets.  No experience with watercolors necessary. Teacher – Amanda Kammarada

June 10th Saturday 9:30-12:30p $55
July 29th Saturday 9:30-12:30p $55

 

Brush Lettering for Kids
Is your child creative and loves to draw and write? Then they will love to learn brush pen lettering! In this class, your child will learn the proper way to hold a brush pen while practicing the basic strokes and the alphabet. We will practice lettering 3 different styles of letters as well as how to connect letters to make words. We will also, learn how to add style to our lettering by mixing fonts and adding different colors and designs. Your child will leave the class with 3 brush pens of different colors, practice sheets and 4 handmade greeting cards. Teacher - Amanda Kammarada

July 15th Saturday 1 - 3p, $45

 

 

WRITING & JOURNALING CLASSES

Journaling with Self-Compassion
In our culture of comparison and scarcity, common feelings of guilt, shame, and insecurity limit our life experiences. Most people are comfortable helping and showing love to others but don't often do this for themselves, which can lead to health problems physically and mentally. Far from fluffy, this class shows you how to use your journaling practice to move beyond feeling like you're not enough. Instead of telling you that you just need higher self-esteem, Laura will share about her own journey, from what motivated her to research and implement self-compassion, to what that looks like in her daily life and record-keeping. In class, you'll have the chance to dive into prompts and discussion, and you'll leave with templates on how to approach future entries. This topic can be tough, at times, and no student is expected to open up beyond their comfort level. No matter how vocal or quiet you are during instruction, you'll gain insight on how to release negative habits and form positive ones! Teacher – Laura Knepler    

March 4th Saturday 1 - 3p, $35

 

Typewriter 101
In this interactive, hands-on class, you will learn about the typewriter renaissance, how to use a typewriter, how to maintain one, what to look for in buying a typewriter, and you will type on machines from the 1920s to the 1960s.  Each participant will receive a copy of the Typewriter 101 ‘zine filled with resources, references and inspiration. Typing on a typewriter brings you back to center, increases your focus and your mindfulness, and can be a lot of fun once you get the hang of it! Teacher – Randy Rosenthal 

April 15th Saturday 1 - 2:30p, $25

 

The Art of Letter Writing
Has the digital age destroyed the hand written letter? We don’t believe so. From the basic tools of pen and paper to the postage stamp, letters and postal art are alive and well. In fact, many people are taking the time to write letters as a way to unplug and create. In this workshop we will discuss how a new snail mail movement is happening around the globe. Participants will discover the beauty of lovely crafted letter writing tools, write with a beautiful fountain pen, type on a vintage typewriter, and get creative with envelopes, labels, and vintage postage. Finally, we will discuss how to find like-minded enthusiasts including pen pals and letter writing clubs.

Kit Materials: Tomoe River paper, Life paper, envelopes, ephemera, address labels, postage

Teacher – Tammy R Wright

April 29th Saturday 1 - 4p, $65

 

Mini Books: Making Zines
Zines are a super cool tangible way to get your thoughts out there without a crazy amount of supplies or know how. It's like making a mini book in just an afternoon. It's the perfect way of sharing something that you love with the world!           Jenipher Lyn will show you a variety of zines collected over the years: some are really really fancy and some are literally just paper stapled together—both are great formats, just different. You’ll go through a few different zine making techniques, and create your own zines with collage and markers so by the time you leave you'll have a finished zine to take home!  All supplies will be provided, but please feel free to bring your favorite tools too! Teacher – Jenipher Lyn Nightly

May 20th Saturday 10a - 12p, $35

 

Travel Journaling
Adventure awaits!  With the thrill of new landscapes, tastes, and smells, traveling quickens our pulse and feeds the soul.  Whether you are going on a short trip or extended journey, documenting along the way helps enhance the experience.  Month and years later, you will be thankful for a journal that captured those memories.  Your class kit includes everything you need to make the most of your trip: travel journal, inspiration, and tips to get the most of your next big adventure. Teacher – Tona Bell  

May 10th Wednesday 6 - 7:30p, $45
July 22nd Saturday 10 - 11:30a, $45

 

Explorations in Creative Writing
Creative writing, at its heart, is a discovery and practice of connecting our emotions with words. It’s important to note that this class is far beyond a lecture.  We will not be concerned with rules, style and grammar; but rather how to spin a great yarn. In this hands-on experiential workshop, we will use playful exercises to warm-up and free the blocks and resistance to writing creatively.  Together, we will discover the structure of a compelling story and create characters people care about and learn how to use dramatic conflict to engage an audience.  In many ways, this can be a life-changing course.  You will better understand and appreciate all of the stories you are told, the ones you tell and the stories you tell yourself.  Teacher – Randy Rosenthal

July 15th Saturday 10a - 12p, $45

 

     

CREATE CHANGE NOW: SELF-DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOPS 

Mindfulness with Flow: An Introduction
Mindfulness has been around for about 40 years and now more than ever it is a timely topic.  The fast-paced digital age we live in, along with the immediate gratification really goes against the way we as humans are wired.  We are not meant to process so much content on a daily basis.  Living in urban environments makes it harder to unplug and de-stress.  Mindfulness is a fantastic practice to help us become centered, slow down and enjoy life more.  Its like yoga for the mind without the asanas (physical stretching) In this workshop you will learn techniques from the simple to more advanced to help control your thoughts. Discover guided activities to help you slow down, love yourself more, lose fear, and just be in the moment.  Includes your very own workbook to read and write in and lots of goodies.  Teachers Randy Rosenthal and Tona Bell   

August 13th Sunday 1 - 4p, $65

 

DIY Public Relations for Creatives: Getting Offline to get More out of Online
If you are like most creative entrepreneurs, you spend much of your time trying to promote yourself online. In this age of digital everything, we often overlook the power and influence of personal, face-to-face forms of communication.  Successful, creative entrepreneurs will tell you they get the biggest bang for their buck with PR.  If you haven’t thought of promotions beyond the digital, this class if for you.  Cutting through the clutter of emails, blog posts, and social media streams can seem daunting.  Adding public relations to your marketing mix is an easy and cost effective way to help your business shine and target the right audiences. It will also make all of your online communications more effective. 

This is not a social media class. It is a key component in specific relationship marketing that is in addition to your social media efforts. You will learn how to: 1. identify who your audience is and what is meaningful to them; 2. clearly and effectively present yourself to this audience; 3. create a memorable informational package and; 4. create a sustainable campaign to these key audiences. Expanding your brand’s reach beyond the screen in a highly targeted way can establish your company in a way you had only dreamed of.   Teacher – Tona Bell

May 20th Saturday 1 - 4p, $75
June 17th Saturday 1 - 4p, $75

        

Finding Your Ikigai Workshop: What do you wake up for?
Ikigai is the intersection of your heart’s desires and the world’s needs. It is the process of allowing the self’s possibilities to blossom, of finding why you wake up in the morning.  What drives you? Self-discovery of your “reason for being” will bring satisfaction and meaning to your life. It also lays the foundation for your story. This workshop will help you find your true purpose in life and aid you in your life’s passion.  Bring your gifts and talents to others.  This hands-on, interactive workshop will balance both sides of your brain.  You will walk away with a fresh perspective and a roadmap for your future personally and professionally. Teachers - Tona Bell and Randy Rosenthal

July 9th Sunday 1 - 5p, $95


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* THE FINE PRINT - Our policies and good to knows:

Registration required for all classes. Please register for all classes either on the phone or online – space is limited and some classes fill up quickly. We need a minimum number of students to hold any class. Payment is due in full when registering. 

We have a 48-hour cancellation period prior to the start of the class. A full refund will be given with proper notice. However, if you do not give notice, there will be no refund. There are no make up classes. Paper Seahorse reserves the right to cancel a class at any time. If this happens you will be refunded or can sign up for the next class available.

Policies:

Classes start promptly on time. Please arrive a few minutes early to get settled. If you arrive 15 minutes after the class starts, you will have to reschedule and there will be no refund.

Classes are appropriate for ages 13 and up, unless otherwise noted.

Can’t make a scheduled class?

Private, group lessons and parties are available. We can hold any class on the schedule with a minimum of three students. Private party classes have a minimum of six students and a maximum of 15. Want to have a girls’ night out? A friends’ craft-er-noon? We offer birthday parties (adults/kids) wedding and baby showers too. Contact us today to set up your next class via phone: 813.251.8096, email: hello@paperseahorse.com or better yet, stop in the studio, we’d love to meet you!