About the Course
Post Christmas and New Year, everyone needs a group hug to get them through the cold and dark winter days, so it’s the perfect time to join Liz Wellby at The Slipper Studio for a creative workshop. Taking inspiration from Russian dolls, you will explore 3 processes to create beautiful stamps to be used on card and fabric, detailed metal hanging decorations and vintage paper sculpture.
This will make a great Valentines experience for that special person in your life.
Liz will host the workshop at her home studio. The venue is beautifully presented, with handcrafted workbenches and a wood burner, with views down into the village.
About the tutor
Liz Wellby is a versatile and experienced artist, teacher and maker, with a particular interest in sculpture and printmaking. Following the completion of a Fine Arts degree at Loughborough University and subsequent post graduate studies, she returned to Derbyshire, where for over 25 years she has lived and worked. Liz now lives in a small village on the edge of the Peak District, working from her lovely studio, kept company by her husband and a kitten called Bert.
It maybe possible to arrange this workshop on a different day, should you wish to book 5 places for friends and family.
If booking with a CraftCourses voucher for part or all of the course fee, please fill in the contact form above or telephone us. Your voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.
What's included in the price?
The workshop will run from 10 - 4pm, with places limited to 5. Materials and equipment will be provided, with refreshments served throughout the day. Please bring your lunch along, plus an apron.
You may wish to bring 4 - 5 clean, empty drinks or beer cans, 2 - 3 old hardbacks books or children’s annuals to up cycle; slippers are optional.
Please use the contact form if you have any questions or wish to book a place.
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