Paint Your Own Snowdog Workshops, Saturday 12 November
Our new specialist upcycled furniture charity shop, Re-styled by St Oswald’s Hospice is hosting a day of special Snowdog-themed workshops this Saturday (12 November) where budding young artists can creatively customise their own canine keepsakes.
To mark the addition of our new Paint Your Own Snowdog figurine to our official Great North Snowdogs souvenir collection, families and trail enthusiasts alike are being invited to sign up for a 45 minute craft masterclass from our talented team.
For a suggested on-the-day donation of £3.00 per person, each workshop will see our experts demonstrate a variety of techniques and applications to decorate the dog of your dreams. A wide selection of craft materials and paints will also be included to help you mark your territory as an early Christmas treat.
Priced at £19.99 and measuring at seven inches long from nose to tail, each white figurine provides a blank canvas for your imagination to run wild. Super Snowdog fans can even attempt to recreate their favourite pup from our pack.
Based in-store at Unit 19, Eldon Garden Shopping Centre, workshops will run from 10.00am – 3.00pm, giving visitors time to peruse the centre’s Christmas Market and see its resident little Snowdogs for creative inspiration.
Shoppers can also sample the range of new Christmas products available at Re-styled by St Oswald’s Hospice, including decorations and cards, while experiencing the shop’s unique upcycled creations.
Re-styled by St Oswald’s Hospice also carries our Great North Snowdogs memorabilia and new retro-style and local artisan products which make for great gift ideas.
To book a space, please reserve your Paint Your Own Snowdog figurine by popping into the shop or call direct to make payment over the phone during shop opening hours on 0191 2303184.
Drop-in sessions will also be available during the day, however all workshops are limited to groups of four to six and early booking is recommended to avoid disappointment. Please note that children must be accompanied by an adult.