Easter is on its way and instead of just coloring Easter eggs this year why not learn the centuries-old art of 3D Panoramic Eggs.

The Class is The Art of the 3D Panoramic Egg

The University of Arkansas Hope-Texarkana is hosting the class the Art of the 3D Panoramic Egg Using Sugar Molding. the class is Thursday, April 14 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM and will take place at Hempstead Hall located on the Hope campus.

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The History of 3D Panoramic Easter Eggs

The art of making these beautiful eggs goes back centuries although the origin is not known many believe the practice goes back to Italy, Russia or Spain. Either way they are magical!

What to Expect in The Class

This class will give you the chance to use your creative side as you not only learn the art of this craft but you will also be decorating and designing your own eggs just in time for Easter. These beautiful sugar-molded eggs will make wonderful gifts for children and adults alike.

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Terri James will be teaching the class and the cost is only $30 per student.

To Register or For More Information

For more information or to sign up, call Racie Poindexter at 870-722-8568 or email racie.poindexter@uaht.edu.

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