ADULT CHRISTMAS DECORATION WORKSHOP 2 – CREATING THE MOULD

Have your very wanted to produce your own Christmas decorations? Would you like to create your own angels, trees, stars, snowmen and more to hang on your Christmas tree or perhaps to sell to others? In the first workshop you learned how to create your own decorations/objects with clay (samples) for the mould making process so that you can reproduce your object over and over. During the next workshop you will learn to make the mould for reproduction purposes. A mould is a hollow container used to give shape to molten or hot liquid material when it cools and hardens.You are welcome to create other objects than Christmas decoration if you would like to learn how to create basic moulds.

Book at 0812463255 or kirsten.wechslberger@yahoo.com

22 November 2014 14h30 – 17h30

Kirsten Wechslberger Studio, Arebbusch Travel Lodge, Olympia, Windhoek

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Mould of dove. Plaster of paris

Example of Angel Candle

The workshop line up is as follows:

Christmas Decoration Workshop 1 – Creating Decoration for Reproduction – DONE

Christmas Decoration Workshop 2 – Producing Moulds of Your Decorations – 22 November 2014 14h30 – 17h30

Christmas Decoration with paper@Goethe Centre Christmas Market. 15 November 14h00-21h00 &16 November 09h00-14h00 N$100.00 per hour. Paid upon participation. (adults and children)

Christmas Decoration Workshop 3 – Casting Moulds with Plaster of Paris/candle wax – 29 November 2014 14h30 – 17h30

Christmas Decoration Workshop 4 – Decorating the Cast Decorations – 6 December 2014 – 14h30-17h30

Each workshop costs N$450.00. Payment must be done 5 days in advance. Please e-mail Kirsten for banking details.

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