Deluxe Enclosed Terrarium Workshop in Auslan

Create your own miniature landscape with its own rain cycle in Melbourne!


Girls Gone Koko

Girls Gone Koko

5.0 (27)

1 hour Class size 2 to 6

label $90 (or 4 payments of $22.50 Afterpay)

Learn how to create and maintain an enclosed self-sustainable forest at this hands-on terrarium making workshop in Melbourne with plant-loving duo Girls Gone Koko, delivered in Auslan.

In this mindful class, you will get the chance to enjoy the freedom of making your very own forest encased in glass! You will learn the step-by-step process of kokedama making from experts Cara and Danielle, with Cara showing the steps and Danielle signing them.

You will learn about what soil, rocks, plants and moss, as well as the tools and vessels, are best used to design your mini landscape. Your passionate and experienced teachers will share with you the best tips and tricks on maintaining a happy terrarium.

After the class, you can take your DIY terrarium home and add it to your collection of plant friends!

This class is suitable for the deaf, hard of hearing, CODA and students learning Auslan.


Knowledge required
This is a beginner-friendly class. The class will be fully formed in Auslan and spoken in English.
What you'll get
  • Guidance from an expert
  • All materials provided
  • Your own lush terrarium to take home
What to bring
Just bring yourself!
 
Suitable for

This class is great for a team building activity, birthday, hens party or bucks party.

This would also be a lovely gift for her, gift for mum, anniversary gift, Father's Day gift or birthday gift.

Location

Cranbourne, VIC

Exact location is anonymised for privacy. You'll get the specific address after booking.

Your teacher
Girls Gone Koko
Girls Gone Koko

5.0 (27)

The Makers, Cara and Danielle, started making kokedamas for a bit of fun, they loved it so much it was decided they needed to share them so they could continue to make and create happy mossy balls. What started out as a lot of plants and a close-knit friendship quickly grew into Girls Gone Koko.

苔玉 Kokedama: Moss Ball

The mossy balls originating in Japan reflect the aesthetic principle of wabi-sabi, a Taoistic form of appreciation for the wonder that is nature. Translated, wabi-sabi is admiring and embracing the wildness, the irregularity, the incompleteness as well the simplicity of living.

One can easily understand how the girls went crazy over these amazing, fun and beautiful kokedamas. Foremost, by what they represent. These plants are not only naturally beautiful, made from sustainable materials and extremely versatile as home decor but also functional. Plants serve as air purifiers, improving your health with increased oxygen levels and thereby increase your productivity.

With Danielle finishing her Diploma in early childhood and Cara with a BA Education and certificate IV in Training and Assessment the natural next step for the girls was to open their workshop to the public to teach people how to make their own kokedamas.

Your Kokedamas will look amazing anywhere, from your office to your bathroom, in a pot, hung or many together as a living art installation. Girls Gone Koko hope these cute balls of moss with their eclectic style and individuality will grow on you and nourish your soul.

More about this class

This teacher has 27 reviews for their other experiences - which you can see here.

This class is also covered by ClassBento's money-back guarantee.

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