Pay R120 for a 3-hour introduction to stained glass workshop at Carol's Glass, valued at R300 (save 60%)

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In a Nutshell

  • Save 60% on a one 3-hour introduction to stained glass workshop
  • Includes all tools and materials
  • You will be able to master the skill of glass/mirror cutting
  • Friendly atmosphere 
  • Perfect gift for yourself or someone special

The Fine Print

  • Groupon redeemable for up to 2 months
  • Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes at midnight
  • Redemption only on presentation of individual printed Groupon(s)
  • Limited number available
  • The picture displayed is just a representation
  • Groupon not redeemable with in-store promotions
  • Subject to availability
  • Class Times: Monday to Saturday, 9:00 to 12:00; Thursday, 14:00 to 17:00; Monday to Wednesday and Friday, 18:00 to 21:00
  • Booking essential: 082 677 0755
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People can have peculiar hobbies, like collecting snails in jars, building giant cages for pre-historic skeletal birds, or even writing poetry about busy bees and fluttering butterflies.  If you want to try your hand at a new hobby which requires some skill, then a 3-hour introduction to stained glass workshop at Carol's Glass for R120 will be ideal for you.

Carol will supply you with your own tools and materials during your exciting 3-hour workshop where you’ll learn to master the skill of glass/mirror cutting.  At the end of your class no object or surface will be too daunting for you to plaster with sparkling pieces in a design that will put any historic artist to shame.

With limitless knowledge and boundless experience, your tutor will teach you how to get your black belt in cutting materials into desired sizes and shapes.  Whether you’ll be using tile nippers, tile cutters, glass cutters, or glass nippers, you’ll be able to get the result you want.  Essentially, glass cutters are ideal for stained glass and mirror.  You can also take out a hammer the size of an over-exaggerated cartoon mallet if you feel like breaking larger materials into smaller ones.

After your first session at the Stained Glass workshop you’ll be an expert craftsman who, if someone hands you a bottle, can cut it into small fragments with super speed while watching an all-important game of rugby on TV.

Fun Fact:  In Mongolia it is customary to leave your shoes burried outside in the fields before you enter a hut.  The natives believe that doing so will ward off bad spirits. 

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