Mixed Media every Wednesday at The Studio, Somerton, Somerset.
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About the Course
I will demonstrate fabric, gesso and mediums used to make interesting 3D finishes to be used for a variety of projects.
You will be able to experiment with a whole range of papers, fabrics, paint, mediums and embellishments, I will guide and help you. This can be a messy business so I suggest you wear appropriate clothing.
Lunch will be at 12.30 and if the weather is nice you can sit in the garden. (please bring your own packed lunch)
In the afternoon you will be able to embellish your project with a whole array of trims, beads, silks, lace and whatever you fancy from the stash. Its fun and creative. I will give you ideas for using your finished project.
I like to finish around 4.30, but this time is not crucial for those who get totally involved and don't want to stop!
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?
All equipment for use in The Studio
Materials and embellishments
Refreshments (please bring your own packed lunch)
Wheelchair access (carers welcome)
I attended this course with my sister-in-law and we enjoyed it so much that we can't keep away!
Constance's enthusiasm is so infectious that you can't fail to enjoy the course. It is so refreshing to be able to experiment and play with lots of different techniques to produce such interesting creations.
Lucy - - #11109
My friends & I had a lovely day with Constance who guided and inspired us. Constance clearly loves what she does and her enthusiasm is infectious.
Kim Woodberry - - #9386
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