Encouraged by those who have confessed to storing broken crockery they simply can't bear to part with for sentimental reasons, we are delighted to be offering this 'cracking' workshop!
We are inviting you to grab those chipped plates and that cracked serving dish and put them to good use - to create a beautiful mosaic.
You will learn how to cut and shape your crockery into small pieces, before applying them to a flat panel to create a simple design in the centre of the panel. You will also be shown how to grout and clean your finished mosaic, so it is ready to take away with you. Your experienced and highly talented tutor will guide you through the processes, offering tips and advice along the way.
This workshop will run from 10.00am until 4.00pm. All you are asked to bring with you is plenty of broken crockery - please no stones, pebbles or shells, plates and large dishes are best. All other materials and equipment required to make your mosaic will be provided, including a workshop apron for you to wear during the day. We will pause for lunch partway through the day, which is also provided.
Join us for this creative day – and give those broken treasures a new lease of life!
Places on this workshop are limited to 8.
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Our workshops are for adults aged 16+. Exceptions can sometimes be made for those aged 12-16, by prior arrangement. Booked places on our workshops are non-refundable and non-transferable. If we should have to cancel a workshop for any reason, a substitute date for the same workshop will be arranged. If this cannot be achieved, a full refund will be given. Participants bringing along valuables and personal property to a workshop do so at their own risk and participants are responsible for their own safety when attending a workshop. For more details, please read our Terms and Conditions.
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