Now visitors to Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort have a chance to create their very own folk are with Oaxacan wood carving workshops being offered on Wednesday and Friday evenings from 5-9. Check out the official tweet from Disney:
— Walt Disney World Today (@WDWToday) February 19, 2018
The Oaxacan carvings are known for their whimsical designs and bright colors. Traditionally each figure is carved by hand from wood derived from the copal tree before being decorated in beautiful acrylic colors.
So don’t miss your chance to learn all about the technique that goes into creating these mini masterpieces!
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