Kids’ Festive Card Workshop


If you cannot see the green button to register please email us at or call on 0800 669944 and we will add you to our list.

Christmas is coming, and what better way to get the kids in the festive spirit than by joining us for a free craft workshop? We’ll be teaching your little ones the magical art of Iris folding so they can make beautiful Christmas cards to send to friends and family. Iris folding is the art of layering folded paper to create a pretty design – it’s a great skill and one that can be used to make all sorts of beautiful festive items.

Register now to get your free event goodie box, which will contain everything they need to make their cards, including Christmas paper, card stock and sparkling embellishments. During the class we’ll take them through the step-by-step process of making their festive cards in an easy-to-understand way, and they’ll be able to ask any questions they may have as we go along. This workshop is primarily aimed at 8 – 12 year-olds but, if younger children would like to get involved, we recommend an adult is on hand to help them.

How to watch the online event


Sign up by clicking on the green ‘Book Now’ button in the box below


Fill in the simple form and you will receive an email


You will get a reminder email shortly before the event, click on the link in the email or visit this page

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