Make Your Own Neon Style Artwork

By Make Me Neon

£40

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Description

Fancy having some neon to light up your life? Stuck for a pressie idea for the friend who has everything? Or just fancy getting creative for a few hours and doing something a little bit different?

Here at Make Me Neon we have a real thing about neon and we believe that everyone should have some neon lighting up their life. During this three hour class you will be taken through each stage of the creative process and will be provided with everything you need to create your masterpiece including a glass of fizz to get the creative juices flowing (obvs!).

We use 40 x 50 cm artist's canvases and battery powered LED neon wire in either pink, green or light blue so it's a far less dangerous affair than working with proper neon and it also means you can display your handiwork without any unsightly wires on display.

You don't need to be very creative or artistic you just have to want to create something fabulous in neon and we can help with the rest.

We use 2 metre long wire and a canvas that is 40 x 50cm so if you're thinking of designing in advance just bear those two things in mind

The class is being held at the gorgeous Exhibit Bar in Balham.


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What you need

Equipment: Nothing required - get ready for fun!

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Next class

Sunday 25 November at 11:30

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Did you know?

It was the Greek philosopher Plato who discovered that you can mix two different paint colors together to produce a third color.


Find your way there


Balham Station Road, London SW12 9SG, UK


The Host


Jenny is a working Mum of two based in South London who has a real love of neon and all things interiors. After revamping her house and failing to find some affordable neon to light up an industrial style room, she decided to make her own neon style artwork and thought that other people might like to do the same. She decided to set up Make Me Neon when she returned to work after having her second

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