At the clog painting workshop, you can relax and create a wonderful Dutch souvenir for yourself. Are you a real craftswoman or craftsman and would you like to cultivate your creative genius? Then this is definitely a great workshop for you! Are you not such a great artist, but do you enjoy being creative? That’s of course great as well. Whether you are artistically inclined or not, a fun clog painting workshop will appeal to everyone. Actually, it does not matter whether you have experience with painting or not at all. Before you start, you will receive a brief explanation of several different options. From off that moment you can get going and create your own wooden clog and completely brighten it up to your liking. You won’t get a nicer souvenir of Volendam!
As soon as you get hold of your own clog, you will probably know exactly what you are going to create. Which colours suit you best? Do you prefer soft tones or do you love bright colours? Do you want to portray something or just add colour to your clog? Maybe you will paint stripes, animals, faces, coloured balls or just some bright flashes of lightning. Or how about a clog with a tough tiger print, a clog in Chagall style, a variant in soft pastel colours or a great one in bright neon shades? Everything is possible, you are the artist and can decide for yourself what your clog will look like. Isn’t that great?
Take your family, friends or colleagues with you. What kind of creative ideas will they have?! Who knows, you might discover a hidden talent at one of you … maybe it’s yourself! While you are enjoying decorating your clog with acrylic paint, you will receive a cup of coffee or tea to keep your artistic brain going. Are you looking forward to this great clog painting workshop? Then book your workshop straight away! If you want to paint a unique, typically Dutch clog with at least three others, you better reserve quickly. The costs per person are € 29.50 including all material and a drink. The workshop lasts two hours and the painted clog needs to air dry for about half an hour before you pick it up.