Mosaic in Isfield Village Hall with Hannah Griffiths - East Sussex
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About the Course
This one-day workshop is suitable for beginners and people with some mosaic experience. Hannah will introduce you to techniques, tools and materials so you can decorate something like a place mat, flower pot, vase, picture or mirror frame.
She will show you how to continue your project at home if necessary. A range of materials will be provided, but you may wish to use your own collected tiles, broken crockery or treasured objects for 'up-cycling' into something special.
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?
Tools and materials provided.
There will be tea, coffee and cake on offer throughout the day - if you have any specific dietary requirements please let us know.
Please bring your own lunch and an apron.
As someone who had never made a mosiac before I found this course was an excellent introduction to the tools and techniques required. Everything about the course was designed to put you at your ease and help you learn - from the venue (the village hall in the beautful village of Isfield), Adele's homemade cakes to go with the tea and coffee, and the small number in the group enabling Hannah to spend time with everyone. And with a little planning and careful selection of a design, we were all able to complete a small mosiac within the day, which is important as it means you see the whole process as well as giving you a bit of confidence you can actually do it ! Now all I have to do is work out where to put the mosiac I made and what one to start next......
Alistair - - #9552
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Course Start DatesSaturday 7th July 2018
- Suitable for beginners
- Teen friendly
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