PRODUCT CODE: WS-913-WH
This half an hour experience is designed for couples to each make a pair of small glass hearts which can be used as paperweights.
You will be shown how to use a variety of glass-makers’ tools, including wet newspaper, to create unique patterns in coloured glass. In a closely supervised hot glass blowing experience you will create a small glass heart paperweight each as a keepsake. Your hearts will take 2-3 days to ﬁnish after the experience.
This experience costs £45 for two people.
This experience is available Saturday-Monday. If you would like to book on this experience please call +44(0)1229 584400 or email email@example.com to check availability.
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Reviews from Trip Advisor:
” We visited from Ambleside and it was worth it. Our 9 year old made a bauble and we made a couple of love heart paper weights. Tuition was very professional including health and safety and she made it really interesting and fun. We all really enjoyed it and looking forward to receiving our hand made items. We also picked up a couple of gin glasses in the process. Highly recommend the visit.”
” We visited today for the Valentine’s Couple Experience and thoroughly enjoyed it. The staff member who did the experience with us was very knowledgeable and helpful. She talked us through what we were going to do prior to starting and during the experience. I would love to do another one again. It was brilliant. Just a shame it’s so far away for us as it’s almost a 4 hour round trip for us from Dumfries. Thoroughly enjoyed our visit and a lovely way to spend a Sunday! Can’t wait to see the hearts we made. Thank you again.”
” We booked a crystal making experience in February and were tutored through the process by Clare. Over 45 minutes we got to choose our colours and we made each other a lovely crystal heart. They were ready to collect (can be posted) three days later. Having visited the shop on many occasions over the years, and also with some Cumbria crystal in our cabinet, we were pleased to be able to experience the making process, and we have our own hand made hearts to remember it.”