Glass Flower Making Class in Duluth

163 Ratings

$97

per person
Free your inner artist with a flower-making class where you work with friendly instructors. Learn the fundamentals of using a hot glass furnace, then take home a piece to show off.
Duration:  2hrs
Cancellation:  No refunds for cancelled bookings
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Highlights

  • Have some fun during a unique, hands-on experience with a one-hour introductory class perfect for up to two people
  • Learn how to manipulate hot glass using the furnace glass blowing technique with the help of a friendly instructor
  • Use crushed colored glass to create up to three custom flowers, which you take home to show off to your friends and family

What's Included

  • Flower-making class

Additional Information

Glass cools overnight in a kiln and is not available until the following day at 3:30pm. We also offer shipping for an additional fee. Please bring a bottle of water or a beverage to stay hydrated during your class. Dress in layers as the temperature in our studio varies. Closed-toe shoes are required in the studio. The minimum age to participate is 12 years old.

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Marvin
Sep 19, 2020
The instructor was enthusiastic and complementary. The time was used well and the class went by fast. Would do it again. Looking to receive the glass items in mail.
Lorene
Aug 22, 2020
Jake is an excellent instructor. He never makes you feel inept while trying something new. Loved the way the flowers turned out. It was a great hour spent with my granddaughter. We'll be back next year.
Pamela
Aug 4, 2020
Jake was extremely great and we loved the flower class

Location

Meeting location:  357 Canal Park Dr

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