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Animal Camouflage Collage Workshop

Friday 12th February 2016 3pm - 4pm Cabot Circus, Bristol Children's Event, Free Event

This half-term, Sarah Dennis is leading a make & do collage workshop in our newly relocated Bristol shop. She will reveal the magic of papercraft, demonstrating how to produce beautiful pictures out of just coloured paper and glue.

Sarah Dennis’ stunning papercut-style activity book, Animal Camouflage invites us to search and find animals from all corners of the globe, providing fascinating facts about animals from all seven continents along the way.

Join Sarah Dennis for a collage workshop and create your own paper masterpieces to take home!

This event is ideally suited for children aged 5-7

Venue: Foyles, Brigstowe Street, Cabot Circus, Bristol, BS1 3BH

Tickets: To book a place for the workshop please email




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