The true Christmas tree tradition can be traced to 16th-century Germany, where Christians began to decorate trees—or, if times were tough, simple pyramid-shaped stacks of wood— inside their homes. The tradition of adding candles to the tree branches is most commonly attributed to Martin Luther, leader of the Protestant Reformation movement in the 1500s Source
Enjoy this festive season, and join in with the sparkles!
This paint party provides a relaxed environment where you can eat, drink and chat while letting your inner artist unfurl. You will learn to paint alongside a professional/amateur artist and finish with an artwork you will love.
No experience is necessary; you just need to be up for trying something new!
We’ll be painting at Raccanto Lounge, Bury; feel free to order food on the night they have lots on offer including vegan options.
At our paint parties, all the equipment will be provided;
A pre-drawn canvas to take home
Gold leaf paper
A Santa’s hat to wear whilst you paint
Drinks and food available to purchase
Please arrive 10-minutes before the start of class, so that we may get you seated and ready to Paint Away.
· Children aged 11 and below are not able to join the event.
· Non-painting guest(s) are not able to join the event.
· NON-REFUNDABLE once the booking is confirmed.
· If you wish to reschedule your session, please get in touch with us at least 2 days (48 hours) before the event to avoid your ticket(s) being suspended.
For more information or any questions don’t hesitate to get in touch with us via email at, email@example.com or call 07943049949
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