Make a Ceramic Moon Gazing Hare at Home

With DIY craft kit delivered to you

Explore pottery at home with this online craft class.

1.5 hours Class size 1 to 8     label £55
How it works
Book or Request your preferred time
We'll send a ClassBento Box to you (a craft kit with what you'll need). Shipping in the UK is free, and it should arrive within 3-5 business days. We ship nationwide.
Enjoy the online class - after booking, you'll get a link to join the interactive class.

Feeling creative and looking for things to make at home? Discover a passion for pottery and transform clay into a beautiful ceramic hare with this entertaining online class.

Learn from a friendly expert teacher, who'll guide you on a virtual journey that will help you master new techniques and take your crafting skills to the next level. You'll make the body of your hare from two balls of soft air-drying clay and then bring your creation to life by adding legs, eyes and ears and applying paint once dry.

You'll get the chance to fully embrace your creativity by choosing the style and shape of your hare - meaning no two finished sculptures will look the same! Looking for fun group activities to enjoy with friends? Round up your gang for an online class that will help everyone stay connected and learn in the same virtual space.

A pottery kit is a great way to relax and unwind after a long or stressful day. By the end of your class, you'll feel refreshed and have an amazing ceramic animal that will bring a touch of colour to any surface of your home.

Knowledge required
  • Beginner-friendly.
What you'll get in your craft kit
  • 300g air drying clay.
  • 1 x wooden skewer.
  • 1 x paintbrush.
  • Pot of brown acrylic paint.
  • Pot of black and white metallic acrylic paint.
What you'll need
  • Water pot.
  • Sponge.
  • Hairdryer.
  • Apron.
Suitable for

This Box and Live class is great for individuals and couples as well as for virtual team building activities at home. Suitable for adults, and kids (minimum 11 years old). An adult must be present whilst kid(s) engage with the box.

This would also be a nice gift for her, gift for mum or anniversary gift.

Your teacher

Before I got bitten by the ceramics bug I was a teacher for around 15 years and I now love teaching ceramics to both beginners and improvers. I have been designing and making ceramics for over 20 years and specialise in making vases and bowls thrown on the wheel from fine white porcelain.

Clay is a fantastic medium – it’s made from the earth and its versatility means it can be modelled into different animal forms, slab built into vessels or coiled into bowls. It’s easy to work with and fun to press, roll, pinch into different decorative items.

I mainly use air drying clay in the workshops which is perfect for home projects as it doesn’t require a kiln for firing. It dries to a hard finish and can be painted with everyday acrylic paints – and even varnished so the pieces can go outside.

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