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Candle Making with Flower Shaped Dough Bowls with FSR
Candle Making with Flower Shaped Dough Bowls with FSR

Sun, Apr 21



Candle Making with Flower Shaped Dough Bowls with FSR

Create a custom candle in a flower shape with FSR!

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Time & Location

Apr 21, 2024, 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM

Brewhalla, 1702 1st Ave N, Fargo, ND 58102, USA

About the event

Dough bowls are the world's favorite type of candle right now and here's your chance to create your own with local maker FSR - perfect for spring in a new flower shape!  You'll create and customize a dough bowl candle with wood wicks and learn the basics of candle making.  There will be a variety of natural spring scents to choose from like Cactus Flowers, Volcano, Vanilla, and Lilac. You will customize your candle by additionally choosing wax embeds like various flowers, hearts, and cacti!  Your candle will be ready to burn to light up to look forward to spring.

Your registration includes:  supplies and instruction to customize a floral-shaped dough bowl candle - size is about 6 inch round and about 2.5 inches high.  You'll choose between a white or red wood dough bowl when you register.

This workshop is Sun, April 21 3pm at the Unglued Craftatorium at Brewhalla - 1702 1st Ave N, Fargo, ND 58102 (attached to Drekker Brewing - you'll find this workshop room on Brewhalla's 2nd floor!).  Ages middle school to adult.  Each attendee must be a ticket holder.

Find more workshops to get crafty with HERE!

Refund policy:  We know plans can change!  If you need to change plans please email us at at least 72 hours prior to workshop start to receive a full refund.  After that we don't give refunds as supplies are already purchased unless if we are able to utilize a wait list based on demand, but you can transfer it to another person!

Please note a minimum of 8 participants is required so if we don't reach that by 24 hours prior to the event you will be notified by email and refunded.


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