Vintage China and Glass Mosaic House Number Sign Workshop, Stourbridge
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About the Course
During this half day workshop, you will make your own house number sign using vintage crockery pieces and glass with various effects.
Sarah will demonstrate how to safely use the tools and equipment, to cut and shape the crockery and glass. Then you can pick the colours and design the sign. Sarah will talk you through the mosaicing process from designing, arranging, gluing and grouting.
Sunday January 14th - 10am - 1pm or 2pm - 5pm
Sunday February 18th 10am-1pm or 2pm-5pm
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 course is held at Glass Quarter Designs, studio 14 on the site of the Red House Glass cone, near Stourbridge in the heart of the glass quarter. You can spend some time looking around the site, glass blowing demonstrations are held weekend afternoons. There is also a coffee shop on site but tea and coffee will be provided.
Your pieces will need to fired over night, but will be available for collection a few days after the course. Or they can be posted for a small additional postage fee.
This is an excellent class. Sarah is very friendly and I learnt a lot from her. I am very pleased with the heart I made thanks again!
Nathan Webster - - #8238
The course was fantastic. I would highly recommend it to anyone interested in Mosaic. I learned so much in the time with Sarah she really inspired me.
Emma Chatterton - - #7587
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Course Start DatesSunday 14th January 2018
Sunday 18th February 2018
- Accessible by public transport
- Disabled access
- Suitable for events & groups
- Teen friendly
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