Handcrafted Personalised Christmas Decorations

By Creative Escape


Sneak Peek


Nothing brings in the holiday cheer and puts you into the festive spirit like a few seasonal Christmas crafts!

This workshop will have you working up your imagination and creating a little bit of Christmas magic by handcrafting unique metal ornamental decorations all while learning a few traditional metalsmithing skills and techniques.

This creative workshop will have you personally making a variety of your own decorations from sheets of brass, copper and aluminium to use as decorations to hang on the tree, give as gifts, or use as gift tags for an extra personalised and creative touch to your presents this year.

These handmade ornaments make wonderful gifts or look lovely hung in your home or on the tree.

The price is inclusive of all tools, materials, and plenty cups of hot tea & coffee.

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What you need

Equipment: Please bring with you a few designs, sketches or christmas images for decoration ideas.

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Did you know?

Our predecessor friends from the Ice Age already decorated their homes with early forms of DIY crafts such as neatly placed twigs or wall paint.

Find your way there

Manor Park, Chislehurst, UK

The Host

Creative Escape is a fully equipped and dedicated jewellery workshop and studio, offering short courses in silver jewellery making. From the moment you walk into the studio you will be introduced to using the tools of the trade, learning new skills and techniques for the project at hand. The ethos of Creative Escape is all about providing a friendly, inspiring and creative space.

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