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9th Ornament Workshop

December 11 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

$130

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This class shows clear examples of the blown side of glass. Learn how to roll into color, heat and expand the glass with the breath of your air! Make 2 ornaments (baseball size)

Tickets are sold in 2 hour time slots

Policies & Registration

  • Cost Per Person: $130
  • Allow 30 mins for creating
  • The Glassblowers focus on safety when in class and each participant gets a one-on-one experience with the instructors.
  • No shared experiences
  • Ages 6-106 appropriate. An adult or guardian must accompany those under 12.
  • 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.
  • 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.

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.

Tickets

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12/11 Ornament Workshop- 10am-12pm
$ 130.00
7 available
12/11 Ornament Workshop- 12pm-2pm
$ 130.00
7 available
12/11 Ornament Workshop- 3pm-5pm
$ 130.00
7 available

Details

Date:
December 11
Time:
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Cost:
$130
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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)