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Crafty half term fun at Greenwich Market

Children are invited to the Creative Craft Classes with Greenwich-based designer makers.

Events take place at Greenwich Market over half term with the main events on Thursday 19 February to Sunday 22 February.

Bejewelled

Make your own key rings, bag charms and bracelets in the prettiest shop in Greenwich. Book in for an hour or more. Up to six children can take part at one time with sessions on Monday 16th, Wednesday 18th, Thursday 19th or Friday 20th from 10am to 12 noon or 4 to 6pm. Entry costs from £3 to £6 per item. Beads provided. Pop into Beadoir to book (12b Turnpin Lane) or email buzz@beadoirme.co.uk

Paint Fantastic

Visit the Memorative Design stall on the market on Sunday 22nd and decorate your own pretty jewellery box, clock or key ring. All the designs, stencils, paints and crystals will be provided. Entry costs from £4 to £15 per piece

Pom Poms Galore

Visit Natty Peeps stall on Friday 20th and Saturday 21st and learn how to make decorative pom-poms from recycled plastic bags and fabric scraps.

Become a Torn Paper Artist

Discover fun, innovative ways to make cards and pictures at the Origins Gallery with torn paper art classes on Thursday 19th, 1pm to 3pm. Book in at the gallery (10A Greenwich Market) or book online at enquiries@origin-designs.co.uk-. Class sizes are limited to six people.

Become a potter

Kids can the chance for a free go on the potter’s wheel at the Country Potter stall on Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd.

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