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Explore the beneficial properties of herbs that we grow in our gardens, enjoy a reviving rosemary foot or hand treatment and learn how to write recipes for your own beauty/cosmetic treatments. Enjoy making five products, using herbs and natural ingredients, for yourself or for friends. Ideas for lovely simple and quick packaging will be demonstrated enabling you to gift wrap your products for Christmas.

Date Tues 28th Nov
Tutor Penny Thompson  
Time 10.00am-4.00pm  
Ref 1979  
Fees £60  
 

 
MORE LOVELINESS

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Enjoy making lotions, oils and creams using natural ingredients and herbs from the garden. Learn how to distil an oil and how to use this to enhance your products. Explore writing your own recipes and enjoy a foot or hand massage to relax, or revive your senses. Take home a selection of products that you have made, inspiring you to continue with your 'Loveliness' at home!

Date Tues 20th Feb
Tutor Penny Thompson  
Time 10.00am-4.00pm  
Ref 1980  
Fees £60  
 

 
SOAP MAKING

Enjoy a morning full of sumptuous soap making. During this workshop you will learn about the history and chemistry of traditional cold processed soap making. You will mix and stir your way to making a batch of the finest natural soap bars using pure essential oils for fragrance, natural colours and dried flowers to add texture and interest. Materials: £5

Date Tues 6th March
Tutor Rachel Clements  
Time 10.00am - 12.30pm  
Ref 1912  
Fees £40  
 

 
CANDLE MAKING

Delve into the delights of candle making. This lovely craft combines science and art to create beautiful candles to enhance your home. Explore all aspects of candle making, including different types of wax, how to find the right size wick to use, and how to get a good 'scent throw'. You will make delightful poured candles in tea cups using fragrance and colour followed by oh-so- easy rolled beeswax candles. Materials: £5

Date Tues 6th March
Tutor Rachel Clements  
Time 1.30am - 4.00pm  
Ref 1913  
Fees £40