Decoupage 101: Unique Pots with Qing

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Please note: You will need to be double vaccinated to attend this class. You will need to check in via
the Victorian Service app which can be linked to your vaccination certificate. Find out more

Ready to learn a pretty new skill? Come and learn the art of decoupage!

Within this workshop you will learn all about the world of decoupage whilst decorating your own terracotta pot! Decoupage is a technique to decorate an object sticking paper cuttings and other decorative
elements. You can use it to cover furniture, boxes, frames and pots!

At the end of the workshop you will walk away with a new pot, covered in a unique design made by you!

What will we cover?

Within the hands on workshop you will learn:

  • How to use tissue paper to create unique designs on your put
  • How to layer and set the design

All materials provided – just come and have a wonderful time!


– Wheelchair Accessible Venue

– Auslan Interpreter upon Request

– Quiet Spaces

– Gender Neutral Bathrooms

– Discounted Early Bird Tickets

– Free Tickets for First Nation Attendees

    Who will be teaching? 

    Qing (she/her) loves to cook for her family using traditional methods that she learnt from her

    She has many passions and also teaches classes on origami and beading. 

    Her hobbies include dressmaking and embroidery. She is a superstar of Laneway Learning and teaches with us nearly
    every week!

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