Learn how to hand-paint your existing ceramic crockery, bake them in your tiny oven at home and turn them super awesomilicous, and completely food-safe. But hey, this ain’t an art workshop, this is a fun workshop. Perfect for anyone who can’t paint, draw, hold a brush or spell it for that matter. You can go Picasso or just splash your plate with colour and call it modern art. Either way, you are going to have a very relaxing Saturday.
This 2 hours workshop will be your first step into the wonderful world of upcycling. Everything you learn at the workshop will be techniques you can repeat at home. And breathe fresh life, or colour, into all your old crockery.
1 Dinner Plate and Mug
A bag to carry everything home
Age Limit: Participants must be 14 years of age or older
Physical Requirements: None
Cancellation Policy: This Experience has a strict No Refund policy. Bookings once made cannot be cancelled
Reschedule Policy: None
After giving you’ve given your crockery a good wipe down, the Instructor will show you how to use the colours and apply it to your ceramic plate. While discussing different techniques.
And then the fun begins. Once you are done painting your plate, you will learn how to seal the paints and make the dish food-safe by baking it in a regular, kitchen oven.
You will learn the ideal temperature, duration and important things to keep in mind when doing this at home.
While the plates are baking, you will move onto the mug next
The smaller items take 15-20 minutes to bake. And while you wait, you can enjoy a generous serving of tea, biscuits and loads of information on colours, the different varieties available, what to use and, most importantly, what to stay away from.
Your hand-painted plate, bowl and mug will be ready to leave with you at the end of your workshop.
You can choose a painting from the references given by the Art instructor or you can choose your own theme from the net.
This is DIY workshop. However, if required the art instructor will always be there to help you out with mixing of colours, getting your strokes right, or showing you painting techniques.