Golden Tree Anyone?

Published: 03rd November 2014 06:07 AM  |   Last Updated: 03rd November 2014 06:07 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: If one is looking to learn something apart from dancing or painting then you should check out how to make a golden tree which is a tad different than your usual pursuits.

Pragna Mehta, a craft enthusiast is going to be conducting a workshop on the same at Our Sacred Space where she will be teaching participants the technique to make the golden tree.

Untitled-8.jpg“I have been into arts and crafts since my childhood. I wanted to try my hand at golden tree making which is rare. That is how I started doing it,” says Pragna. However, golden tree making is not her only skill. She also teaches brass painting.

It is unique and also easy to learn, the 40-year-old says, “With the help of a craft wire and few metal leaves, the participants will be taught how to make a tree that looks rich and can be used as a decorative piece for their homes as well as any other place which they wish to decorate.”

The leaves used for making the tree and the wire are readily available in the market. “We just have to put the leaves in the wire through the holes in the leaves and twist the wire to fix it in place. Though the method remains the same, one can add their own elements to the tree depending on their creativity.

The workshop will be conducted on November 8 and 9, from 11 am to 1 pm. Fee: Rs  750. Material will be provided at the venue.

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