This workshop will allow you to create a beautiful traditional corn husk flower or “Flor de Totomoxtle,” which are not only valued for their use in traditional art, but recognized for their valuable medicinal properties and often used as animal feed.
Throughout history, corn husk has been used in a variety of traditional crafts as a versatile material that can be dyed, shaped, and transformed into beautiful works of art such as flower bouquets, dolls, earrings or angels. The origin of corn husk sculptures has been credited to Oaxaca, Mexico.
This indoor program is limited to 10 participants and pre-registration is required. To register, call the Southeast Anchor Library at (443) 984-3901.
Tuesday, June 22 at 2:00pm