Kokedama July & August
You may well be wondering what on earth is a Kokedama?
“Kokedama” is a Japanese word which literally translated means moss ball.
Using traditional wrapping techniques and soil combinations we teach you the skills required to create these wonderful pot-less hanging plants.
Not only does a Kokedama look amazing but they are really low maintenance and so much fun to make, we think once you see one you will just love them!
In this hands-on workshop we will introduce the basics of Kokedama making and you will have the opportunity to make a creation of your own to take home.
A Kokedama workshop provides an opportunity to learn a new skill and connect with nature in a creative way, through an experience that is both playful and relaxing. Kokedama workshop provides the perfect opportunity to get stuck into nature and leave with a beautiful plant that means you can bring the outside inside in your home as well.
Time: 10 am on the 30th July & 6th August
Time: 6 pm on the 6th August
Receive: 1 x kokedama
What to bring: Clothes you don’t mind getting a little dirty!
Venue: The workshop will take place at Artisans 4670 studio, 100 Hughes Road, Bargara next to Bargara Berries Fruit Market and Turtles Paradise Cafe. Turtles Paradise Cafe available for tea and coffee and cakes : 8am - 3pm
Closing date 3 days prior to workshop commence date.