May's Workshop- Painted Plant Pots!
We have a NEW exciting venue to try out for this month's Crafternoon- Dunkeld's recently renovated once-abandoned train station; Off The Rails Dunkeld!
With stunning views of Mount Sturgeon, this community art space is light, bright, and ready to be taken over by some crafty cats for an afternoon of relaxed creativity. It has a kitchen, bathroom and ample space for crafting- we can't wait to fill it with chatter, good tunes, paint, tea and cake!
We'll be using a range of painting techniques to customise terracotta pots with acrylic paint for indoor or outdoor use. Whether you love polka dots, geometric designs, floral patterns, cute faces, stripes or something more abstract, we'll have plenty of inspiration and assistance in creating the perfect planter for yourself or for a gift!
If you'd like to spend a couple of hours with lovely people, doing something relaxing and creative, enjoying a cuppa and some homemade treats, then keep that arvo free! Sunday 29th May, from 2pm until around 4-ish, and we'll have lots of afternoon tea nibbles and hot drinks to fuel our creativity :)
Everyone will take home a lovely painted planter, armed with advice on how to plant it and care for it at home. If you're not green fingered enough to keep a living plant alive, do not despair! We will also have lovely smooth rocks that you can paint to look like cacti (because we love cacti!) see the inspiration below- SO FUN!
HOW TO BOOK?
The afternoon costs $30 including all materials, tools, paint and guidance, plus hot drinks and afternoon tea nibbles. I will have already prepped the pots so all you have to do is add the design!
If this is up your alley then book your spot by emailing mycrafternoons @ gmail.com, send us a Facebook Message or comment this post. Friends always welcome so spread the word and they can book in too! I'll email you back with more details and you can consider yourself booked in :)
Check out these awesome tutorials for inspiration, or look on our Pinterest Board for more Craft Workshop Inspiration!