Kim and I had a great day. We held our first public Soy Candle workshop at the Melton South Community House, which is not far away from our home.
We loaded up the hybrid and headed down to the workshop. It took about 30 minutes to set up, with Ben’s help as well, and Kim practiced her opening spiel before the students arrived.
Here is a picture of the setup, with student stations and Kim’s tutor setup.
It was a very successful class with all ladies taking home six hand made candles each. If you want to read more about this workshop, head over to Little Green Workshops for the complete story with many more photos. Kim has made some fabulous demonstrator candles so it is worth a look.
I am personally looking forward to teaching Soap Making next weekend. I has been a few months since I taught a class, so it should be great fun.
Good Stuff Gavin,
Now that I’m back from East Timor we HAVE to catch up!
Lynda D says
So many workshops and so little time. I need a twin. Lots of posts to catch up on since ive been away on road trip. I did think of you though. In my post i took photo of primary school with a whole roof of solar panels on it in this little tiny farming town.
Sounds like a great workshop , do you ever do workshops in Ballarat
Bruise Mouse says
It sounds like such a great time. I would love to have been able to come along. Shame a few thousand kilometres gets in the way. x