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Need something fun to do while in Waco? This is an hour long class where you will learn how to use Iron Orchid Design stamps and inks to make your own custom wall tiles or coasters. You will learn how to make them, where to buy the materials and we will give you numerous use cases to help enhance your home decor. You’ll be making classic old world French or English tiles - or maybe farmhouse Americana tiles - or whatever your imagination can think of - in no time at all. A very fun workshop for you and your friends. You'll walk away with a set of (4) and the knowledge and ability to do more when you get home. We provide everything. You just need to show up.
We own one of Waco's most popular antique & vintage stores and are uniquely qualified to sell, teach and demonstrate IOD (Iron Orchid Design) products. We believe in repurposing, DIY and creating beauty out of ordinary things. My wife, Tamara, and I run and schedule the workshops daily. We have been on the Travel Channel, Fox National New, local news Channel 25 and have created items for Tommy Bahama photo shoots. Together, we provide a casual and relaxing experience that you'll enjoy immensely. We are the only dealer of IOD in Central Texas.
Dette er inkludert
Bottled water upon request.
All materials are provided. You get 4 coasters included.
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Her skal du være
The workshop is held at Savage Finds Antiques & Oddities. Right behind the Magnolia Silos, where the floral mural is. You can shop in this unique store before and after the class.
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Alle opplevelser kan kanselleres og helt refunderes innen 24 timer etter kjøp.
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Krav til gjesten
Opptil 8 gjester i alderen 12 og over kan delta.
You don't need to bring anything. We provide it all. Tips are always welcome if you think we did a great job.
Vintage Tile/Coaster Making Class