25th November Bunyip Craft Workshop at John Lewis
THIS WORKSHOP IS CURRENTLY SOLD OUT.
Our final workshop for 2020 on Weds 25th November is a special Christmas edition at John Lewis.
The workshop is from 6.30-8.30pm. For those arriving by car, Howell Road Car Park (which is very close by) is free after 6pm.
We are offering 4 different workshops, all happening at the same time in the same big enough to be socially distanced space, with maximum 10 people per class. Each class will have its own expert teacher, who will be able to get you crafting, with all materials included in the price of the class, for 2 hours of concentrated fun!
Each person attending the workshops will receive a 10% off in the shop voucher for Bunyip Craft valid until the end of Dec 2020.
LINO-CUTTING CHRISTMAS CARDS
This taster workshop brought to you by George from the Double Elephant Print workshop is a new craft for our workshop programme.
Turn your hand to easy to make, beautiful lino-cut stamps that you will then use to print Christmas cards.
Double Elephant is a not-for-profit printmaking studio resource in Exeter. They provide tuition, resources and support for artists, beginners and the community.
Make a Christmassy floral hoop, with Alice who runs From the Wild, using dried flowers and beautiful ribbon – a perfect gift or decoration for your own home.
HANDMADE PRESENTS – DESIGN & MAKE YOUR OWN NECKLACE
Using our silk thread with a needle attached, Mattie from Bunyip Craft will teach you how to design and make your own necklace using a wide variety of lovely glass and metal beads. You can add charms, and get the length just right for you (or if you can bare to part with your creation, whoever you’re gifting it to!) meaning the your unique piece will be treasured forever.
DESIGN & BEGIN YOUR OWN CROSS-STITCH
Using graph paper you will design your own cross stitch pattern, with help from Rachel. It can be a word, a pattern or the beginning of a masterpiece! After a simple tutorial, you will begin working on your design and then take home your piece, thread and needle to carry on creating.