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Henna Pumpkins Workshop

Posted by KES Blogging Team on Oct 24, 2018 4:05:00 PM

October is one of the greatest months of the year because there is so much to see and do! This year, we were able to get creative and incorporate the art of henna into the fall season. Although we used acrylic paint instead of actual henna paste, we still applied traditional henna patterns to decorate our pumpkins. While some students followed a step-by-step design process to create beautiful pieces, others decided to let their imaginations flow. Everyone created an amazing pumpkin that was artistic and unique.
Thank you to Vineeta Rajani of Halifax Henna! We always enjoy having her for different occasions here at KES.
henna pumpkins
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