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4-H Kukoo Crafties meet

by Alexis Kuper

MAPLETON - On April 23 the Kukoo Crafties 4-H Club held its third meeting.

Jordan opened the meeting, and then Youth Leader Laura Shaw explained the colour wheel, in detail.

Members should all know their colours. For the rest of the meeting, members split into three groups: scrap booking, candle making and bracelet making. The groups will be focusing on those specific crafts for the next meeting as well.

April 29 was the day for the  Kukoo Crafties fourth meeting. After the meeting was opened and roll call was out of the way, members broke into scrapbooking, bracelet making and candle making groups.

The bracelet making group worked on Chinese staircase, and gimp, while the scrapbookers talked about colour and symmetry and completed two pages.

The candle makers made candles with this really weird gel wax and put little trinkets into the wax, and ice candles that, when finished, had little holes in them.

The next meeting was May 13. The group visited the Waterloo Art Studio.    

Alexis Kuper is the press reporter for the  Kukoo Crafties 4-H Club

May 24, 2013


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