Craft classes

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Make your own Jesmonite Marble Coaster with Sarah

Come try out and learn about this versatile casting materials – Jesmonite – and its diverse colours, textures and finishes. Jesmonite is a water-based and eco-friendly resin. Unlike other resins, it’s non-toxic and has no dangerous fumes. Put this material to enjoyable and practical use and learn how to create a marble effect to make your own attractive coaster. This is a beginner-friendly class with all …

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Make your own Jesmonite Terrazzo Coaster with Sarah

Come try out and learn about this versatile casting materials – Jesmonite – and its diverse colours, textures and finishes. Jesmonite is a water-based and eco-friendly resin. Unlike other resins, it’s non-toxic and has no dangerous fumes. Put this material to enjoyable and practical use and learn how to create the terrazzo effect to make your own attractive coaster. This is a beginner-friendly class with all …

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Polymer Clay: Miniature Food – Festive Edition with Maria

How adorable are mini polymer clay creations?! These clay cuties can be made into earrings, keyrings, fridge magnets or delicious looking table nicknacks! Polymer Clay is a medium that is easy to work with – with many fun colours to choose from. In this festive season class we’ll learn how to make a tiny ginger …

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Green Thumb Gifts: Kokedama Moss Balls with Maddy

Kokedama is an ancient Japanese botanical art like bonsai or ikebana art. The word ‘Kokedama’ means ‘moss ball’ in Japanese as they are plants living in freestanding balls of moss-covered soil instead of pots. Kokedama are a beautiful way to bring greenery into your home and are ideal for apartments or flats with minimal space. …

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Embossed Polymer Clay Jewellery with Maddy

Polymer clay is an accessible, colourful and versatile material – a lot of fun to use, but even better with some introductory tips to get you going. There are different types of clays and bake times, and different techniques to create shapes, blend colours, and tools to make imprints in your polymer. We’ll put this into practice and everyone can …