Art Masterclass

Homekits

Before You Start the Tutorials

Please Read the Important Information.

Important information!

If you received your home kit before 17th of September, please measure your plaster and make sure you only use 90 grams because there might be more than 90 grams of plaster powder in the bag.
The tutorial explains you how to do the plastering process with 90 grams of plaster.

STEP 1

DESIGNING YOUR LAMP

Watch Step 1

STEP 2

GLUEING THE MOSAIC PIECES

STEP 2

GLUEING THE MOSAIC PIECES

Watch Step 2

STEP 3

GLUEING THE BEADS

Step 3

GLUEING THE BEADS

Watch Step 3

STEP 4

PREPARING THE PLASTER MIXTURE

Step 4

PREPARING THE PLASTER MIXTURE

Watch Step 4

STEP 5

APPLYING THE PLASTER MIXTURE

Step 5

APPLYING THE PLASTER MIXTURE

Watch Step 5

STEP 6

CLEANING THE PLASTER

STEP 6:

CLEANING THE PLASTER

Watch Step 6

STEP 7

BUILDING YOUR LAMP

STEP 7

BUILDING YOUR LAMP

Watch Step 7

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This is a must-do activity for anyone craving to travel right now! I can't wait to go again 👍

Leanne Ng

Sydney, Darlinghurst

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Such an amazing experience. I took my 8 year old daughter and she had such a great time, so did I! Really good service, instruction and even better value for money. Thank you for having us arts masterclass!

Lauren Fatileh

Sydney, Darlinghurst

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I would recommend this class to anyone, you don't need any prior experience. The teachers are so kind and guide you through all of the steps. The tiles, beads and plaster provided allow you to make a creation that you are so proud of creating. Also the space is really beautiful, I highly recommend!

Natasha Aviet
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Had a super fun time with my friends here! Timed really well and the teacher was super patient with us, even though we showed up a couple minutes late!! 😊👍🏽

Anisha Krishnasamy
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Had the most relaxing and lovely time in the candle holder class 😊 it is such a calming place to rewind and reflex. Amazing self care!!! Traditional Turkish tea and handmade biscuits available as well as gorgeous little biscuits!

John Ellositt