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Unit 4 Enterprise House, Bridge Street, Bedale, North Yorkshire DL8 2AD | Tel: 07970 088 049 | MAP

Parent & Child Mono-Printing

Spend quality time together while learning a new skill, create lasting memories & beautiful artwork to take home and display proudly.

Standard course:  1 x Adult & 1 x Child (under 16yrs).



Our courses are designed for parents and their children to come together and explore the exciting world of mono printing. Mono printing is a unique printing technique where only one print is created from each design, making every piece truly one-of-a-kind.

I will guide you and your child through the process of creating your own mono-prints, from selecting your colours and textures to laying down the paint and printing your design. No prior experience is necessary, and all materials are provided.

Our courses are perfect for parents and children of all ages who want to spend quality time together while learning a new skill. You’ll create lasting memories and beautiful artwork that you can take home and display proudly. So come join us for a fun and creative experience with your child. Our Parent & Child Mono Printing Courses are the perfect way to bond, learn something new, and have fun together!

All materials are included but I do encourage you to bring any suitable items to help make your art more personal.

All Materials Included + Tea, Coffee & Refreshments

Times: 1pm – 4pm (Depending on progress during the day this course can run until 5pm if you are having fun!)

Standard course:  1 x Adult & 1 x Child (under 16yrs),  Max: 2 x Adult & 2 x Child (under 16yrs).


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