In case you’ve been living under a rock, Sydney’s just copped a brand new boozy paint and sip hub from the legends behind Cork And Canvas.
Taking its place on the corner of Oxford and Palmer Street, Champainting is a refresh on everything you know about Cork And Canvas with all kinds of boujee greatness like rose-gold features, shiny walls, and neon signs (the perfect backdrop to capture your work of art, obviously).
And just in time for Mother’s Day, Champainting By Cork and Canvas is offering up one hell of a paint and sip session with all the stops. The special session (which we low-key think will become a permanent staple) includes bottomless French rosé and a high tea sitting at Novotel Sydney Darling Square. You’ll get to indulge in a decadent three-tier high tea situation stocked with black truffle arancini balls, roast duck and porcini mushroom quiche as well as handmade chocolate and macarons. The wine will be free-flowing, and you’ll get to channel your inner Picasso as you paint a portrait of your mum.
If you’d rather something a little more on the relaxed side, a number of other Cork and Canvas venues across Sydney will be hosting “Ma Mere” paint and sip classes for Mother’s Day which will play along with the usual BYO drinks and nibbles antics. You can check here for what to expect at various studios.
For those keen to spare no expense, the VIP Mother’s Day paint and sip class at Novotel Sydney Darling Square will set you back $145 per person with all drinks and food provided. Other Mother’s Day classes are $60 per person.
For more info, head here.
Now, make sure you try the tiramisu at this new wine bar.
Image credit: Cork and Canvas