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Explore the process of hand building clay in this relaxing workshop in the heart of Margaret River. We will create a beautiful incense holder set - perfect for creating mindful moments. Hand building is a very beginner friendly process, no experience necessary! All tools and supplies are included, including some vintage wooden stamps to press into the clay. Works will be fired and then glazed after the workshop included in the cost.

Sunday 12th May, 9am -11am (Mother's Day)

Take home:
- an incense holder set inspired by the example designs, or a creation of your own imagination 
- a starter set of incense sticks, cones or log style - whichever you prefer - all options are completely natural, handmade in Fremantle by our favourite brands!

Please note, artwork will need to be fired and then glazed, so please allow 3 weeks for them to be ready after the workshop. If you are local, you can pop in to the shop to collect, or we can arrange postage to wherever you are in the world!

We are located on the main street of Margaret River, with wonderful restaurants and cool bars just meters away! Free street parking is available.

Emily is the founder of The Little Press - a printmaking studio, but working with clay has filled her cup when needing an outlet of creativity outside of printmaking. She has years of experience working with very basic but effective clay techniques to create whimsical functional pieces. With over a decade of letterpress experience, running a creative business and deep personal studies into yoga and meditation, she will share her wisdom on creativity, mindfulness and nurturing creativity.