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8th Spring Workshop Date Night

March 27 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

$300

Experience a very special date this year at J. Draper Glass. Play together & understand how soft the glass is to make your creations. Each experience offers unique ways to help each other create their masterpiece.

Prices are per couple.

Ticket sales close 24 hours prior to the start of class. If you are inquiring during this time, please call us at 309-339-6244 to see if we have any openings available. 

Blow Baby Blow $300.00

Join us for our 8th Spring Workshop by making a Faberge inspired Sparkly Blown Egg!

With guidance from the instructor, learn how to roll into color, heat, shape and blow the glass into an egg! This class also includes sparkly color called Dichroic glass and a Pinnapple mold to create lots of bubbles! Both of which have NEVER been offered before in class!

 

Policies & Registration

  • All hands-on participants must sign the online digital waiver from our website
  • Full payment is required to reserve your spot.
  • 50% non-refundable cancellation.
  • Ages 6 and up can play!
  • All hot glass work requires overnight cooling in an annealer (kiln). Schedule your pick-up time the day of your lesson.
  • Each class reserves a minimum number of participants to have class. If attendance does not meet the head count required, the date and/or times might be changed.

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Details

Date:
March 27
Time:
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Cost:
$300
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Venue

J. Draper Glass
929 N. Sheridan Road, Suite 2A
Peoria, IL 61606 United States
Phone:
309-339-6244
Website:
https://jdraperglass.com
Jeremie Draper

Cheese Platter

Blow a huge bubble & spin it into a platter! Our instructors will guide you to roll into color, heat the glass and use a variety of the glass blowers’ tools. Then, using gravity & centripetal force, spin the glass until it opens into a platter (10-12” wide)