NOTE: THIS SESSION INCLUDES THREE FINISHED PIECES
It's the gifting season -- show them you care by creating a piece of handmade glass art! This is a make-and-take session for anyone who wants to get creative and make a keepsake for themselves and to gift. You are making THREE bluebonnet suncatchers/ornaments -- one to keep AND two to gift! Each is 3.5" and will look similar to the finished pieces featured in the photos.
This session is scheduled for 3 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 16! I can accommodate FOUR participants in my garage studio in Sachse, Texas. If you wish to attend with others, please purchase all the spots together on one order to ensure you can attend the same session together. If you have questions, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
IMPORTANT NOTE BEFORE YOU BOOK: The space does not allow for seating -- you must be able to stand on your feet around the work table for two hours in close-toed shoes. (I do have anti-fatigue mats so we won't be standing directly on the concrete floor.) Please plan accordingly.
I will have all the supplies you need -- just bring yourself and your creativity! We'll assemble the art during the two-hour workshop. I will fire the pieces in my kiln and you can pick up your finished art, each in a gift box, by the end of the week.
The price of the session includes all three pieces of finished art, the gift box, all the materials, my kiln firing time, and a special lady bug murrini for your pieces (for good luck!). Sales tax not included.
Not-so-fine print: Payment is due at the time of the booking. Cancellations must be seven days in advance to be refunded -- this allows me time to try to fill the slots with someone else. Any cancellation within seven days is refunded at 50% -- thank you for understanding. If I must cancel for a personal reason, weather, illness, etc., I will work with you to rebook the session or offer a refund -- we'll deal with that at the time if we must. As noted above, you must be able to stand for two-hours in closed-toed shoes.
If you have any questions, please email me at email@example.com.