Michael Haun is an artist, author, and storyteller. The name Haun means proud rooster. The grandkids call him Roo. He doodles on napkins, moleskines, and really good watercolor paper. So you see, Roo doodles, thus Roodoodles.
Meet Roo at our Facebook Live Event!
You can meet Roo during our Facebook Live event starting at 1 pm MST on June 17th! Mark your calendars because you don't want to miss this!
Click here to watch on the Element3 Health Sewing Club Page
Click here to take a peek at Roo's art, and story.
Click here to follow Roo's Facebook Page!
If you are on Facebook or Instagram please follow our accounts! You can "like" our club page on Facebook (share with your friends!) and join our Facebook Group (a place to post and share our projects, and inspiration. We also have an Element3 Health Instagram where all clubs will post fun content!
As the weather warms up, most of us wear t-shirts and shorts to stay relaxed and comfortable in the hot summer months. We will be folding a couple of cute summer outfits for our first paper crafts and origami event.
You will need a sheet of 6" square origami paper (preferably double-sided) and two sheets of paper cut 3" x 6". Join us Thursday, June 3rd, at noon MST for some fabulous fashionable folding fun!
Then, Watercolor Wednesdays are for You!
Join us every week for a fun project or exercise that will take your watercolor painting skills to the next level!
Be sure to join our Facebook Group!
Click on the link at the top of this page.
Our new live class starting Tuesday, June 1st, at 2 pm MST, is for those wanting to try fun art, mixed media, and craft techniques inside the pages of a paper journal. Art journaling is a great way to express oneself, process thoughts and ideas, and expand creativity in a non-judgmental, relaxing environment. So, grab a blank journal and some supplies, and get ready for a fun art journaling journey!
Blank mixed media journal in any size, or any kind of sturdy paper
Fine tipped pens, and markers
Collage ephemera, scraps, and magazine pages
Join us every week for fun themes, and projects!
The lily is delicate and beautiful, with different meanings depending on the color of the flower. The origami lily is a classic fold that is very elegant as well as sturdy. You can use it to decorate a table, a room or to embellish a gift.
To fold this lovely flower, you will need a sheet of paper 6" inches square. We will show you how to make a stem and leaves during class too!
Lilies have different symbolism, and meaning depending on their color. Read the article about it by clicking on this link.
Class begins Friday, 5/28 at 2 pm MST!
Creating zentangle inspired patterns is not only relaxing and rewarding; it is lovely. On Monday, May 24th, at noon MST, we will create realistic-looking polished gems and doodle around them to create a beautiful jewel-like design using colored pencils and pens!
Cut a piece of card stock about 3" or 4" square or have a blank page in your art journal. Get ready to have some relaxing, creative fun this coming Monday!
The Arts and Crafts
Club offers you an opportunity to make new friends, expand your creative skills, and share your passion for creativity in a fun and supportive virtual environment.
Karen Elaine Parsons is an artist who loves to craft. Her years of experience as an author, designer, and instructor in the art and craft materials industry has allowed her to discover and share unique experiences in creativity.
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