Crafts2Cherish Shop

Monday, May 26, 2014

Make your Dream Catcher workshop Taster class 31st of May

Spend a rustic evening crafting dream catchers, learn to weave your very own dream catcher and learn the meaning behind the dream catchers a symbol shared by many First Nation.Dream catcher are hand-made charms from the Native American tradition, and it was believed that it could protect children from nightmares. The web-like patterns help to capture bad dreams and the open circle in the middle allows good dreams to come through so that children can sleep peacefully. Beads and feathers can be added to the dream catcher, each symbolizing different wishes and hopes.

Course date;31/05/2014  
workshop starts at 5.30 p.m
Basic materials for the craft will be provided .
Places are limited ,please book early

Cold Clay Vessel Making Workshop 31st of May

One of our most popular classes offers a short but comprehensive introduction to the process of working with air drying clay.In this workshop we won't use earthenware clay,glazes or potter’s wheel so no pottery kiln or oven is needed.This modeling clay allows artisans between 1 - 2 hours to complete their art work.
Participants will create a small vessel from cold clay with different surface textures.The goal is to have fun while creating a lovely home decor or present for a friend or family member.
Class starts at 2.30p.m
Duration:approx. 2.hours
Class fee:25euro
Maximum number of participants:6
Please email us to register.