Rain Sticks are believed to have originated in Chile, but have been
found in many cultures throughout the world.  They were used
primarily as ceremonial tools to bring forth rain. The rain stick is a
long, hollow tube partially filled with small pebbles or beans that has
pins arranged in a helix pattern on the inside surface. When the
stick is slowly turned at a 45 degree angle, the pebbles fall to the
other end of the tube, making a sound reminiscent of rain falling.  
Please join us in making one of these delightful collaged sound
makers.
Cost for this event is $20 plus
$5 kit fee which includes

2" X 36" tube
Materials to make helix pattern in tube
Pebbles &/or beans
Other supplies
"Rain Sticks"
2 hour workshop (could run a bit longer)
Well suited for all levels
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Student supply list-

A few scraps of paper in colors of your choice
Washi tapes
Paint to match or contrast (just 1 or 2 craft paints)

Optional items - If you have or we can share -
Heat Gun
(Please note that these classes are somewhat modified as
compared to the ones offered at the National Art Retreats.)
Wednesday, July 25, 2018   1:00
Seating is limited and registration
will be closed when we have
reached capacity.
Click button below to purchase this class.  By
purchasing this class you are automatically
registered.  Please email Ingrid@IngridDijkers.com
for studio directions.
Running Rabbit Studio
Mini Workshop Series