Course Provider: Moon Hare
Contact Name: Adela Webb
3 Bodmin Street
Course Length: 6 hours
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Join Adela for a relaxed all day mosaic workshop in her mosaic studio where you will learn to make your very own 24cm square mirror.
Adela will have many mirrors to show you for inspiration and will be happy to help guide you should you chose to make your own design. She will also have pre made words available that you can use if you would like to make your very own positive affirmation mirror.
You will be taught how to safely cut vitreous tiles and what adhesives ares suitable for your project along with many more hints and tips. A full grouting demonstration will be given, and if your mirror is ready to be grouted you will be guided through the process.
Adela will provide you with all the tools and materials necessary to produce your mirror along with tea, coffee and biscuits. You can chose to use ready cut pieces so there is no cutting required. Safety goggles & nippers can be provided.
At the end of the day you can choose to grout your mirror or leave you piece to be grouted & posted to you by Adela for a small charge, or you will be provided grout to take home.
Tea, coffee & biscuits provided.
****I am happy to run a course on a date to suit you during the week or on an alternative weekend if there is a minimum of 3 people. ****
What's included in the price?
All tools, mosaic materials, tea coffee & bicuits provided. Grout will be given to take home to complete project or pay £7 for Adela to grout & post.
Tea, coffee and biscuits will be provided throughout the day, there is also a kitchen available if you wish to bring your own food. There will be a break for lunch and there are plenty of shops, pubs & cafes nearby for you to visit if you choose to buy lunch.
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