By Brittany Zeigler
Scarves, headbands, candy bowls, Mini scrapbooks, tie dye and even homemade cards. These are many things Mrs.Kathy Neff’s craft class creates. Boys and girls equally like the class.
“I enjoy the creative freedoms this class allows me”senior Marin Bunner said. “Many projects are enjoyable, although my favorite has to be scrapbooking.”
Scrapbooking in the class consists of learning about page layout and what looks best on a page that is going to be filled up. Then comes choosing a background as well as the essential gathering of a good theme for the page.
Then, the fun but messy part of adding pictures , stickers, and even glitter or anything available to students. Mrs. Kathy Neff who has been an FCS teacher at Red Lion High School for over 30 years wants students to “try new things and recognize hidden skills they have, maybe even find a new interest, hobby other than all this technology based activities.”
Senior at Red Lion Senior High School Alexis Vandewettering feels “this class really lets you be you everything appears hard at first glance but once you get use to working on that specific project for a class period or two it becomes easy and then later to follow its finished.”
Mrs. Kathy Neff plans to add a few more projects within the next few years, including bead work and even an explosion box. An explosion box consists of a few scrapbook pages cut up and folded to look as a box and then fill the explosion box with pictures stickers anything . Explosion boxes are just like the mini scrapbooks just in a different shape and style . This class gives many different options and lets a crafty, creative side come out.
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