Monday, May 2, 2011


Victorian Parlour Bird

Art instructor, Pamela Huntington, has always been fascinated by the lovely
old Victorian parlor pieces filled with birds, butterflies and other fauna.  Come join her in a workshop where you will learn to make your own faux Victorian parlor piece.  We will learn to make a tree branch using wire, wrapping and adding glitter to make it look old and weathered.  We will add moss, a nest little flowers and embellishments and a glass bird before covering it with a charming glass globe.  The birds may vary. 
The piece with cloche is 11 inches tall.  The inside is about 7 inches.  So, come spend a lovely summer afternoon creating with Pamela Huntington and fellow students in one of the most fabulous and delightful stores in NYC!

Instructor will bring: glass cloche, glass bird, materials for base, nest, tinsel garland, moss, wire and
floral tape and wooden bases.  Tinsel Trading is happy to supply your flowers, glass glitter and other embellishments to make your piece personal.

Students Please Bring:
Intructor will have a glue gun or two, but if you have one to share that would be nice.

For more information on Pamela Huntington and her work, please visit her website at or her blog at

Victorian Parlour Bird
Instructor: Pamela Huntington
July 16, 12:30-4:30pm
Workshop Price:  $110

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