Glass Fusing Tealight Holders - afternoon workshop

"Very nice surroundings and a calm place to do some craft work - thank you." - Paula

Make a set of four beautiful fused glass tealight holders on this fun afternoon workshop

On this workshop you'll create several fused glass tealight holders like the ones we sell in the gallery. You'll also gain an insight in to some of the basics of glass fusing - a gentle introduction to an artform many of our students have gone on to enjoy developing in their own home.

You'll be decorating pre-cut glass squares with a wide range of coloured glass frits (crushed glass), enamel pens, glass noodles and more to your own designs. The workshop provides enough materials to make four tealight holders so you'll have plenty of opportunity to try out your ideas.

The course cost of £75 inc VAT per person includes:

  • Pre-cut fusible glass sheets to make 4 tealight holders
  • Clear and coloured fusible glass frit, enamel pens and more to make your project
  • Use of all tools and apron
  • Refreshments during the workshop
  • Maximum class size 5 people for individual attention
  • Both kiln firings
  • All your work to keep, after all firings are complete
  • Morning session runs from 10-30 to 12-30 (approx)
  • Afternoon session runs from 14.30 to 16.30 (approx)
  • Evening session runs from 18-30 to 20-30 (approx)
  • Classes run at our Northants studio near Towcester

How to book your place

If you're ready to book, use the PayPal buttons to make your booking. You can pay by card or PayPal. We can also take bookings in the studio or you can buy this class as an emailable gift voucher by contacting us.
All bookings are subject to our class bookings Terms And Conditions.

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2022 Classes

  • Friday 26th August - Fused Glass Tealight Holders AM session - 4 places remaining
  • Friday 26th August - Fused Glass Tealight Holders PM session - 4 places remaining
  • Wednesday 23rd Nov - Fused Glass Tealight Holders AM session - 3 places remaining
  • Wednesday 23rd Nov - Fused Glass Tealight Holders PM session - 3 places remaining
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What attendees have said about our classes:

"Very enjoyable, paced well and creativity was supported."

"Definitely want to come again."

"Well constructed, good pace and very satisfying. Really enjoyable day and much recommended."

"I wouldn't consider myself at all artistic but I found this great fun"

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