- 103 Ratings
Paperweight Making Class in Duluth
Create your own paperweight during a hands-on class where you work with friendly instructors. Learn the fundamentals of using a hot glass furnace, then take home a piece to show off.
What You Will Do
- 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 a paperweight, which you take home to show off to your friends and family
- Paperweight-making class
Glass cools overnight in a kiln and is not available until the following day at 2:00pm.
- 103 Ratings
Ryan was awesome! All of his instructions were clear and to the point. He made it fun.
I loved the class and Ryan, but was disappointed in the color/results of the glass paperweight. I think less color would have made a prettier paperweight, but didn't get any pointers on coloration, and maybe not enough pointers on manipulation of the glass.
Dan: We thoroughly enjoyed the class on how to make paperweights. You made it fun, engaging and personal. It was certainly one of the highlights of our anniversary trip ... and we have these wonderful, beautiful souvenirs that will always remind us of that trip and the fun time we had making them! Thank you so much!! We wish you all the best. Dave & Nan Myers
Class was informational, hands on and fun. Would like to take another class.
This was a great family activity for my wife and 18-year old twins because we had never done anything this unique before. Our instructor Ryan was professional, personable, and took steps to ensure our paperweights will become a treasured heirloom. We all had a great time and are looking forward to taking another class from Ryan.
Color we chose at beginning of class wasn't the color we got when paperweight was cooled😞
Dan shared not only his passion for but also his vast knowledge of glass making. He took time to explain the process and made it fun and interesting. Would highly recommend taking a class!
It was as a great experience. Being new to glass, I would have appreciated seeing examples of what the techniques would look like, what the colors would turn out to be, etc.