Sneak Peek


Bring a touch of spookiness to your room with a Halloween paper lampshade designed by you. Whether it is pumpkins and bats, or ghosts and ghouls they can all be created using paper collage and then printed onto a paper lampshade and set up in your party room.

A Papershade workshop lasts around three hours. In that time you'll have the run of an artist's studio, loads of different paper to choose from and expert help if you need it. You'll create a design using just paper on an A4 template which is then printed on the spot onto five panels of Papershades paper. Then you construct your lampshade - perfect for a table lamp or room light. Perfect if you want to create a dash for a Halloween party and give your lighting a special twist.

Papershades workshops are relaxed, chatty and fun. Everyone sits around a large table with their own workspace to create their own design. There will be a plentiful supply of tea and coffee and, always, Papershades cake!
Everyone goes home with a stunning paper lampshade for their home or as a present. This experience is wheelchair friendly!

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What you need

Equipment: No need to bring anything - all the materials are provided. Just do not get scared!

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Anytime Booking

This is an Anytime experience, meaning the host can run the experience to fit your schedule!

You need to be a group of 3 - 5

Available on Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

Between 10:00 and 20:00

N10, Haringey (address might differ to one shown in the map below)

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Wheelchair Accessible

This experience is wheelchair accessible. In order to be wheelchair accessible, all of the following criteria must be met.

Please note that the host is responible for ensuring that the criteria above has been met.

Did you know?

Not all paper is made from wood, some are made from scraps of cloth pieces, and banknotes tend to be made from cotton fibre (making them more durable than regular paper)

Find your way there

29 Muswell Hill, London N10 3PR, UK

The Host

Ros from Papershades is an artist with a passion for paper. She has found a way to turn paper collage art into lampshades and now runs workshops to show others how they too can create their own, stunning paper lampshades based on their own desigsn.

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