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Family craft session – air dry clay
July 26, 2018 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm£20
A family friendly craft session With Mrs B
Mrs. B is a born and bred Island girl, who has happily followed the ‘bungee’ tradition of Island natives – you know – the one where you always keep bouncing back!
After a fulfilling creative career on the “North Island” ( known as the mainland to non- Islanders!), that included photography, styling, festival and event organisation, she soon settled back into the ways of Island life.
She fell in love, got married and in two shakes of a lamb’s tail there were three instead of two!
Mrs. B has always had a bit of an addiction for all things crafty, and loves nothing more than spending a few hours dallying around with her vintage handcrafted treasures.
These days her crafts are normally based around things that are a little more suitable for that jolly little toddler, and she loves the fact she’s now passing on the joyous path of handcrafted and Re-Loved to another generation.
An two hour long crafting sessions for children and parents / carers Focusing on the natural environment and materials … with a sprinkling of glitter!
Making nature print fridge magnets or pendants and with air dry clay ages 0-99
We will take a stroll around the grounds of tiny homes and collect different natural objects to use as stamps in the air dry clay . our beautiful creations can be turned into pendents or magnets once dry .
( NB air dry clay takes 24 hours to dry materials for pendants or magnets will be given to add once dry after the workshop )
collect inspiration form the meadow
use to create your masterpiece
satisfaction in making it yourself!
All grown ups attending can make air dry plant labels for their plants or veg garden .
All materials included – £20 total for one adult and one child (no limit on places you can book)
Parents / carers MUST attend with a child.
Do wear suitable clothing
Available for Tiny Homes Holidays guests only
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