Box 6 - "Australiana" Keepsake Boxes with Sarah - AUS ONLY
Online Workshop 1 - "Australiana" Keepsake Boxes with Sarah - AUS ONLY
Join us for an Interactive Online Workshop with Sarah from Sarah Macaualay Studio. Sarah will be demonstrating how to create your own unique, beautiful keepsake box, assisting you every step of the way. You will be able to ask questions and speak in real time, online with Sarah (and others in your group). How cool is that! Don't worry if you're not very tech savvy. We will provide very detailed instructions on how to join the class and someone from the ADT Team will be available to assist you if needed.
Sarah will share lots of tips & tricks on how to get the most out of your Aussie products, to create something uniquely yours and uniquely beautiful. There are only six spots available so get in quick!
You will be making a beautiful "Australiana" decorated keepsake box. Perhaps a gift for yourself or for a loved one at Christmas! See below for class information.
The workshop will be two mornings held over two weeks. The price is $95AUD. If you purchase a workshop box, you will also receive a discount code for $20 off your next purchase. How good is that?!
Workshop day 1, Sunday 27th of November 2022 at 10:00am: You will be painting your keepsake box with your chosen mica.
Workshop day 2, Sunday 4th of December 2022 at 10:00am: You will be applying the poster and dry rub transfers to your keepsake box.
What's included in the price?
1x Large wooden keepsake box 30cm x 22cm x 12cm with clasp
1x 30gram Mica pouch & spoon
1x A3 Poster print
1x Australiana dry rub transfer assortment (see below)
2x jars of Cabots CFP clear top-coat
1x Blue decoupage tool
1x Black dry rub transfer tool
1x Square of sandpaper
1x Heart shaped charm
The 6 boxes below will be allocated on a first come first served basis & do not include shipping
Poster: Rose Gold Bamboo Leaves
WHAT YOU WILL NEED TO BRING:
- PVA glue or Mod Podge
- Jar of water
- Small bowl or cup to mix Aussie Mica Dust in
- 4 sheets of A4 paper
- Paper towel
- Painter's blue tape
- Craft knife or razor blade
- A little piece of thread or ribbon to attach your charm