Adult Craft Events
We offer a range of drop in craft events for adults, perfect for large events or parties. Adults are free to join in with the crafts at any point throughout the event and completed projects can be taken home as a great memory of the day. Choose from one of the options below for your event:
Felt Broach – Make your own felt broach or magnet.
Stencilling- Produce your own one of a kind design. Learn the techniques of this versatile skill to produce your own canvas bag design.
Paper crafts - Discover the craft of decoupage to make a small keep sake box.
Workshops run on a continuous basis throughout the day in a 4 hour slot with a break in the middle. Workshops are usually run as a drop in format at events where guests are free to join in with the crafts at anytime during the day. Alternatively guests can sign up for various time slots. Each activity will last around 30 min. Workshops are suitable for all abilities. All completed projects can be taken home as a great memory of the event.
We provide all materials, equipment, aprons and signage for the workshops. Workshops are run by 2 leaders. All staff have many years of experience running arts activities with adults and are all CRB checked. We also have full public liability insurance.
Price and timings:
Please contact us for prices.
11am – 1pm & 2pm – 4pm (We can be flexible on timings).
We require a deposit of 50% of the overall cost on booking of our workshops. If you would like to book a workshops we can send you an invoice for this.
At least 2x CRB checked experienced workshop leaders.
£500, 000 Public Liability
Preparation and admin
30 min set up & clear up
Aprons and tables covers
All tools and equipment
Transport and mileage (within 30 miles of BA1 7AS)
All art materials with completed projects to take home
Lots of crafty fun!
Please let us know if there is anything you would like to discuss. Feel free to contact us either by email at email@example.com or by phone on 07954 363 467 .
‘What a fun way to spend the day – great company, creativity and making something practical all at the same time.’ (Susann L-W)