In this workshop you will learn how to mix a clay-like medium using Powertex and Easy3DFlex. But this is no ordinary clay, as it dries it will crack apart creating a stunning effect with depth and texture.
You will then use your clay to decorate a cute elephant money box, adding patterns and texture of your choice. Once this step has been completed, you will use a mixture of bister sprays and powdered pigments to colour your project and enhance all of the textures.
Your finished project will be ready to take away with you at the end of the workshop but the clay will continue to crack over a couple of days.
No experience is necessary just bring your imagination.
£30 per person
All materials will be provided.
Places are limited and must be booked in advance. To book your place please visit www.curiously-contrary.co.uk where payment can be made via paypal.
Alternatively, you can pay through Crafter's Companion's website.
An apron and gloves will be provided and it is possible to work cleanly with Powertex. However, please wear old clothes as Powertex is a fabric hardener and stain by design so is very difficult to remove from clothing.
This workshop is being run by Abigail Lagden, Certified Powertex Tutor and member of the 2018 Powertex Design Team.
Based in Bishop Auckland, I run workshops around the Durham Dales and South Durham area. You can see all of my upcoming workshops on my website www.curiously-contrary.co.uk/workshops
I also provide workshops for groups, organisations and businesses - please get in touch for more information and prices.