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Stained Glass Pumpkin Candle Lantern, Hasketon, Woodbridge, Suffolk

This workshop will introduce you to the ancient art of stained glass using the tiffany method to make your own original Halloween decoration.
The tiffany method is the ideal technique for making small decorative glass items where copper foil tape and solder are used to join pieces of glass together.
There will be a range of beautiful sheet glass of varying colours & textures to choose from.
You will learn to cut & shape the glass to a simple pattern, apply copper foil tape, solder the pieces together and then mount your finished glass pumpkin onto a candle lantern.

If you want to continue creating copper foil pieces, you can take part in one of our Creative Glass sessions once you have completed this workshop.


Suitable for beginners.

All materials and tools supplied

Please wear close-toed shoes.

NB: The class involves working with lead solder so is not advisable for pregnant or breast-feeding women.

You can purchase more Glass, Tools and Art Materials from our online shop

Notes for your Visit:

We are Certified GOOD to GO
All our workshops are compliant with the current COVID 19 Government Guidelines.
All work tables are socially distanced and each table is screened with clear acrylic.
Tutors and Staff wear face masks.
Sanitising stations and hand washing facilities are available.
We ask that ALL Students over 11yrs wear face masks please.
We have disposable aprons available but if you have your own apron then please bring this along.
We are not serving refreshments at this current time owing to our COVID- 19 restrictions.
However, The Barn Café will be open next door.
Workshops are restricted in numbers so book early to avoid disappointment.

Gift Vouchers available
EJaRt Creative , The Black Barn, Grange Farm, Grundisburgh Rd, Hasketon, Woodbridge, Suffolk IP13 6HN
Thu 28 Oct 2021
Contact telephone: 01473 735007 Call to check latest times or cancellations.
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