Where: Artisan, 381 Brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley, QLD, 4006
When: 12-2pm Saturday 14 October
Cost: $80 per person
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About the workshop
Learn to make your very own wooden drop earrings in this workshop with Kirralee from Kirralee & Co. Choose from a range of funky reclaimed wooden shapes to assemble your own unique design. Kirralee will teach you everything you need to know about finishing your wooden earrings to perfection; you’ll use sandpaper, tung oil and acrylic paints to achieve your desired designs. You’ll go home with a fabulous pair of wooden drop earrings handmade by yourself.
What you’ll get:
+ All the tools and material you need including plenty of funky pre-cut wooden shapes to pick from
+ Sandpaper, oils and paints to finish your wooden shapes
+ Your very own unique wooden earrings to take home
+ Expert guidance from experienced woodworker
+ Afternoon tea
What to bring:
+ Just yourself!
About Kirralee from Kirralee and Co
Kirralee Robinson of Kirralee and Co. is an artist, designer and woodworker who creates homewares using reclaimed materials. She is particularly taken by the elegance of minimalist lines and the ingenuity of mid-century design. Kirralee and Co. aim to provide functional sculptures for the home that are user-focused and design oriented, whilst maintaining a small-to-nil carbon footprint.
Every piece of hardwood Kirralee and Co. use is locally sourced, usually from unwanted furniture. Kirralee attempts bring out the natural strength and unique history of the wood she finds and works with, whether it’s a distinctive wood grain, a curve or an imperfection. Often the shape of the final product is a direct response to the item of furniture it used to be.
Kirralee’s products become décor staples; their minimalist essence and versatile design will allow them to grow and change as the user does.