Make your own Kokedama - Workshop
With Rose Eve
Kokedamas meaning moss ball is a traditional Japanese way of potting household plants, without the use of plastic. Easy care plants that can hang throughout your home. The wonderful thing about kokedamas is that everything is biodegradable. So if you ever decide to pop the plant into the ground, it will break down and happily settle into the earth.
Everything will be supplied on the night.
Thursday 27th February 6-7:30pm
Limited to 10 per session
ABOUT OUR WORKSHOPS
These workshops are for anyone. Students under 18years need to be with the supervision of an adult. Tickets are to be purchsed for anyone wishing to make kokedamas.
Tinker provides tea & coffee facilities, guests are welcome to bring their own snacks and drinks to enjoy as well.
Parking is available to the front and side of the Tinker building as well as along Warner St. Please do not block private driveways to the left of the Tinker building as they require 24/7 access.
Additional materials. Tinker provides everything you need to complete the task, additional materials that you may wish to use or to take home with you and continue your creative journey are available. Card & cash facilities.
Seats are limited for each workshop, please ensure you and your creative buddies book early to not miss out.
Classes are non-refundable
I have been teaching workshops for a number of years now. Not only soaping and skin care, but other interesting topics. Kokedamas being my newest one!
I love introducing people to new hobbies. Some of which you can make money off. Or some you may just love doing yourself in your own time to give as gifts to friends and family.
The great thing about workshops is not only you meet new people, but you learn a new skill. A workshop gives you a taste of something new, you can then decide if you want to pursue this new hobby or not, without going out and buying everything, setting yourself up and realising you didn't enjoy it as much as you thought you might.
My workshops are always a relaxed atmosphere. Opportunity to connect with others in the room is very important to me. I believe having a hobby is very therapeutic for nerves, anxiety and depression.
I have seen a lot of evidence since I've been running workshops to indicate there is a lot of truth in that. I often stay in contact with participants of they need support or help afterwards.