Dip it, dye it and decoupage it! Join the Museum of London for a day of crafts on Saturday 25 March 2017. Sign up to hands-on workshops to make a dip-dyed lampshade and pretty decoupage tea light holders. It’s a great opportunity to try a new craft, plus you’ll have an amazing finished make to take home with you. Sessions cost £36 each.
Make your own bang-on-trend lampshade using white cotton fabric, which you’ll then dip-dye in a colour of your choice. Get everything you need to make the lampshade and let the workshop hosts, London Craft Club, guide you through each step of the process. At the end you’ll have a beautiful lampshade worthy of your bedside cabinet.
Use beautiful papers to transform a plain glass tea light holder into your own unique creation through the art of decoupage. Choose from paper patterns like Scandi bolds to cute and quirky prints. Workshop host, London Craft Club’s resident printmaker and mixed-media artist, Gabriela Szulman will guide you through the design process and shows you all the tricks involved in applying layers of thin paper to a glass surface.
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