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Perfume Purses workshop - kit list and venue info

Materials List

  • Polymer (Carol will be using Fimo Professional)

  • One block of black, white, and any 3 colours of choice

  • Scrap clay conditioned to mud approx. 1 block

  • Needle tool

  • Pointed craft knife

  • Tissue blade

  • Rolling rod

  • Pasta machine (NO MOTORS)

  • Liquid clay & brush

  • A4 sheet white paper

  • Pencil

  • Sharpie pen

  • Scissors

  • Cellotape tape

  • Masking tape

  • Ruler  

  • Marxit tool

  • Stiff straight wire approx. 6 ins or coat hanger wire the thickness of the rubber cord.

  • Super glue

  • Wet ‘n dry sand paper -240, 320, 400, 600 and 800

  • Bowl for sanding & table protection

  • Small hand drill or pin vice and bits

  • Knitting needle used as a modelling tool

  • Rubber clay shaper

  • Set of round cookie cutters largest 2 cms

  • Bead roller (optional)

  • Pair pointed tweezers

  • Wet wipes

 

Kit provided to each participant as part of the course fee

  • Buna rubber cord x 1 metre

  • 2 x 0-rings to match buna cord

  • Paper ball 3cms

  • 1 pair of wooden dowels

  • Templates

  • Laminate sheet

  • Sheet deli paper

  • Atomiser spray

  • Metal mould

ABOUT THE VENUE:

 

 SELSDON CENTRE FOR THE RETIRED

132 Addington Road

London

CR2 8LA

 

Bring along the usual equipment, pasta machine, clay, work surface (tile or glass), blades etc.  Plus a packed lunch, although you could always go to Sainsburys and buy a snack.

To find the door to our venue, go to the entrance foyer for Sainsburys.  Opposite the opening into Sainsburys are the lifts and stairs, just past the stairs is the door to our venue.

 

PARKING

There is free parking in Sainsburys car park.  Use the street level car park, as the underground car park is locked around 5.00pm on a Sunday and we may run over. 

 

PUBLIC TRANSPORT

Fast trains run from London Bridge and Victoria to East Croydon.  Cross the tram tracks to the bus stand outside East Croydon station. Take a 64 or 433 to Selsdon.  The stop before you want to get off is Queenhill Road, so ring the bell as it leaves this stop. 

 

For the 433 the stop is a very short distance.  For the 64 it turns at the traffic lights, then stops shortly after.  Proceed towards the traffic lights and you will see Sainsburys and our venue which are diagonally across the junction (ours has the wrap around wall of windows).