Christmas Bauble Decorating with Sarah Dewhurst
We’re in it Together – Christmas 2022
10 December 2022
Drop in or book your space in advance between the times above. We estimate it will take 30 minutes to decorate your bauble. There may be a short wait at busier times.
Pay what you can from as little as £6* per person.
*The recommended ticket price for this workshop is £10 per person. If you are in a position to make this donation towards the running costs of the workshop, it is greatly received.
This enables us to offer future workshops and helps to secure the long-term future of Milton Keynes Arts Centre. If you wish to make a smaller donation, you can decide the amount that is right for you from the drop down above.
Please read our Booking Terms and Conditions below carefully before booking.
Who is this class suitable for?
This session is designed to be engaging on different levels for families and participants of all ages. No experience required.
Children must be accompanied by a supervising adult at all times.
Under 5s welcome however please note the ceramics studio is dusty by nature. Please ensure hands are washed thoroughly afterwards and before eating / drinking.
What will be covered in the class?
Our ceramics technician and artist Sarah Dewhurst has lovingly slip cast ceramic Christmas baubles ready for you to decorate with your very own designs – so why not join her in this workshop to get painting and add a personal touch to your tree this festive season!
The Christmas baubles with be decorated with acrylic paints which means they will not be waterproof; we advise you add a layer of PVA glue or varnish on these at home to add extra shine and durability.
What will students leave the workshop with?
You will leave a hand decorated, ceramic Christmas bauble.
What will I need to bring?
All tools and materials are included. Participants will need to wear clothing suitable for using paint.
Ceramics Studio (ground floor with raised tables, narrow doorways).
Sarah Dewhurst is a freelance, maker, crafter and ceramicist. @sjdewhurst