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Keep the kids entertained this Christmas

Children can embrace fun and festive crafting with a selection of in-store workshops available at Hobbycraft stores in Gloucestershire over the Christmas holidays.

Hobbycraft is offering up the perfect way to keep the kids entertained with two variations of festive workshops available at its stores in Cirencester, Gloucester and Cheltenham.

The Ceramic Decorating (£3) and Cracker Decorating (£10) workshops are a great opportunity for kids to showcase their creativity and get into the festive spirit as the countdown to Christmas continues.

The workshops will be running from today (Monday 20th December) through to Christmas Eve and are available on various days at Hobbycraft's county stores. The sessions will run for one hour and will require adult supervision.

All those who attend a session will be supervised by one of Hobbycraft's Artisans (in store craft experts) who will support the children in learning new crafts alongside creative tips and tricks.

At the Reindeer Cracker Decorating Workshop children can enjoy making their own fun and festive crackers to brighten up the Christmas table and get everyone in the holiday spirit. Designed for creative little ones, the workshop will help them spark their curiosity as they transform each one into a reindeer Christmas character.

The Christmas Ceramic Decorating Workshop will get kids creative by making their own ceramic decoration, ready to put a personal touch on the Christmas décor! Whether they want to go for bold and bright shades or embrace classic Christmas colours, the imaginative designs are completely up to them.

Book your kids into one of the workshops now at classbento.co.uk/hobbycraft/home 

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