Free Family Workshop - Surprise Balls
21 - 31 December 2020
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On Video 10:00 - 11:00am, 21-31 December 2020
This FREE workshop from 'Let's Make Art' is for all the family to enjoy together!
This year Christmas is going to be different and it will affect people in various ways. An important consideration will be the careful spending and thrifty ways to keep the cost of celebrating to a minimum. This activity will bring family members together to create items to decorate rooms, play fun games with and relieve stress. Family Surprise Balls are an alternative and eco-friendly way of packaging small treats, notes and trinkets for children and grown ups.
'Let's Make Art' are creating this special video workshop for the youngest to the oldest in your household to enjoy in that time between Christmas and New Year when families are always looking for new activities. This pass-it-on style workshop conveys a message about what’s important, and it's a way to bring families together online or at home through fun forfeits and treats.
crepe paper streamers in assorted colours (or crepe paper sheets cut into one inch strips)
10 assorted treats/trinkets/gifts as well as forfeits and jokes
washi tape (or any paper based tape that can be recycled)
quick drying glue for the final seal such as PVA
ribbon or stickers to finish (optional)
pen and scrap paper for writing out forfeits and jokes
items close to hand you might need for the forfeits when you come to play the game
The workshop is being delivered via video. The video link will be sent out on 21st Dec. If you book after 21st Dec you can follow the link here
Image credit: Gina Namkung
Due to the coronavirus closures we have had to make decisions on our programme and decided to continue with our winter activities online. We do hope you will enjoy the fun of an artist-led workshop at home.
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