There’s no point beating around the bush—staying at home is boring. If you’ve watched every recommended show, used up all your paints, cleaned every surface and sorted every shelf, you might be finding yourself at a bit of a breaking point. That’s where an online pottery class can come to the rescue.
Coming from the team at Newstead’s Mas & Miek Ceramic House is a new type of creative juice to get you flowing—something that can relax, inspire and even provide you with some new homeware. It’s time to get your restless hands movin once more thanks to their half hour online tutorial videos that will let you master four clay basics: pinching, coiling, soft slab and hard slab.
Using tools that you can easily find in your kitchen or garage (so no expensive purchases necessary), let the knowledgeable minds of Mas & Miek guide you (and your hands) in crafting delicate pottery in your own home. You can pick up some clay at their Newstead studio, or order online from any clay store, mould and design your best vase or bowl, then drop it off to let the experts kiln fire it, ready for collection when the time suits you.
The clay classes at home will only set you back $39.99—small price to pay for a new lifelong skill. You don’t even have to be in Brisbane, as their suggested clay suppliers (Keanes Clay or Walkers Clay) deliver Australia-wide, with kilns to be found in most major cities. So hit up your interstate friends for a virtual clay party, and find all the details on the Mas & Miek clay classes here.
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