"We had a fab time and our finished pieces were so satisfyingly effective! Abigail and Melody were great teachers, interactive, friendly and supportive. We can't wait to do more. Thanks for a lovely afternoon - I would recommend this to anyone!"
"Oh gosh, I am addicted absolutely love this bought it for myself although this was the kit for mistletoe I’ve also managed to make a load of Holly leaves and a dragonfly as well as the mistletoe. Still have lots of product left. Have now ordered more resin in different colours and other stuff. I’m intending on having a making party with my best friend for her Birthday and a separate session with my sister-in-law for her birthday... So going to be lots and lots of fun."
" Thank you for such a lovely review of our products! There is always a lot of resin left over in most of our kits so it's really good that you were able to make other things as well. Thank you for your new order also - it is in the post now. Hope the birthday parties go well for your friend and your sister-in-law. Look forward to seeing some photos of what you all make. Best wishes Melody and Abigail"
"Great fun though some of the mistletoe berries broke off their stems. I loved doing this and may well be hooked!
It would be helpful to include info on how to get the colour off one's fingers - I managed to have green fingers (literally!) for our boxing day lunch!
Think I need to make the flowers next and progress to the wreath for next year's Christmas!
You are based near me - do you plan any face to face workshops?"
" Thank you for taking the time to write a review, and I am glad that you enjoyed the kit. If you go to our website and look at the Instruction Sheets you will see a Guide to using and storing resin dip, which gives all the information re getting it from your fingers. However, it does peel off quite easily when it is dry, rather like nail varnish. We do advise in our kits that you look at these guides. The mistletoe berries need very gentle handling, and the wires have to be carefully twisted apart or the berries do tend to break off. We only found this out ourselves very recently, when one of our customers who has arthritis asked us to separate the berries before we posted them, - so sorry we could not add it in the instructions. The mistletoe berries we had last year were not so "fragile" and could be handled more roughly. Yes we do plan face to face workshops and we advertise them on our website and here on Craft Courses. We did plan to hold some in January but have hesitated because of Covid, but are hopeful for February. Watch this space!"