Passion Feanwalden: Workshop Slime!

Workshop Slime making

This last christmas vacation I gave a workshop Making Slime, and it was awesome!

The workshop was to support the local Passion Feanwalden, an organization that wants to play the Passion story in our local town. Under the direction Ruth Hanemaayer and musical guidance of Atsje Lettinga the organization wants to tell the history of the suffering an dying of Jesus. It’s a story about friendship, courage, bravery and sacrifice.

passion feanwalden

To finance such an event needs plenty of funds, and therefor they asked local creatives to give various workshops, of which the revenue goes the the funding of the Passion event.

Passion Feanwalden
A part of the ingredients for making slime.

So, to sponsor the Passion event, I gave a Slime Making workshop , and january 26 I will give a workshop Handlettering.

the Making Slime workshop was so much fun! A whopping 19 kids signed in. Luckily there was lots of help to make sure the slime stayed in the right places (and not on the walls, for example. Or in somebody’s hair. You do not want slime in your hair. Really. Speaking from experience here.) .

passion feanwalden
19 kids making slime!


here you can see more photo’s of the workshop: Continue reading “Passion Feanwalden: Workshop Slime!”

making soap

Making soap at a children’s party

Making soap at Davina’s party

Last monday was a great day for Davina: It was time for her birthday party!

She and her mom invited me to make soaps with her and four of her friends.

It was so much fun!

All ladies went home with a bag full of little soaps.

Here you can see some pictures of the party:

making soap

At first, some explanation about the soap, the scents and coloring, and the various soap molds.

making soap making soap

And then: to work! Melting the soap, adding scent and color of choice, and pour the soap into the molds!

making soap

The hardest part is the waiting fot the soap to set…

unfortunately I forgot to make a picture of the result. Actually, I forgot to make pictures all together, luckily Davina’s mom made these photo’s you see here (thanks!!)

During the wait for the soaps to harden the girls decorated labels for their soap bag, and chose a gift from the grabbag.

This party was awesome!

Creative children’s birthday party

Handlettering workshop

Recently I gave a handlettering workshop at a children’s party.

During the handlettering workshop at the ladiesfair there were a lot of kids that enjoyed handlettering.

One girl liked it so much that she asked me if I would host het children’s party. Sure! I would like that!

Children’s party

At the end of last month it was party time: Astrid’s birthday party. And it was a lot of fun!

Together with Astrid and her mom we decided to give a creative party with Handlettering and Slime making.

In the handlettering workshop we practised letters, and made a bunch of lettering creativeness, and after that we played with gooey gooey slime!

As you might know, slime making is huge nowadays, and the internet is full of slime making recipies.

The party was a lot of fun. The children also liked it, next saturday I’m giving another creative birthday party for a girl who was on Astrid’s party. I’m excited!