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Display of Quilling, Origami, Zentangles, and Paper Crafts @ East Greenbush Community Library

For the whole month of June I got the opportunity to share my Quilling, Origami, Zentangle and Paper Crafts in one of the display cabinets at the East Greenbush Community Library, 10 Community Way, East Greenbush, NY 12061, 

Hours:
Monday – Thursday 9am-9pm,
Friday 9am-6pm,
Saturday 10am-5pm,
Sunday 1pm-5pm,


A total of 73 craft pieces are on display!!!

Special thanks go to some friends and co-workers who gave back to me their pieces I made to use in the display.

 

 Here is video below of each of the shelves in the display.


The above video is of the top shelf.
Click on the arrow on the bottom left of square or
try clicking on the video square to get the video started.


The above video is second shelf from the top.
Click on the arrow on the bottom left of square or
try clicking on the video square to get the video started.


The above video is the third shelf of the display. 
Click on the arrow on the bottom left of square or
try clicking on the video square to get the video started.


The above video is the bottom shelf of the display.
Click on the arrow on the bottom left of square or try clicking
on the video square to get the video started.

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