Make a DIY Kokedama Hanging Moss Ball

With craft box delivered to you

If if you're searching for fun things to do at home try making a kokedama

Pamela Woods

Pamela Woods

4.8 (31)

45 mins 1 to 10 label $45

This is a ClassBento LiveBox class! From the comfort of your home, share an artisan experience (whilst maintaining physical distancing) with your friends, family or colleagues, or just enjoy with some like-minded others. As seen on TimeOut, Broadsheet, Concrete Playground, The Guardian and more. Here's how it works:

  1. Book or Request your preferred time
  2. We'll deliver a ClassBento Box to you - this is a physical craft box containing the materials you'll need. Shipping is free, and your Box should arrive within 2 to 4 business days for Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra; 4 to 9 days elsewhere.
  3. Enjoy the class online. You'll receive a link to a Zoom meeting. On the day of the class, use that link to join the class. Class sizes are kept small, so you can easily ask questions and get immediate responses. Zoom is free and easy to use, on any device - smartphone, tablet or laptop. You're in control of your privacy - you can mute yourself and hide your webcam if and when you prefer.

If you’re looking for indoor activities in this time of self isolation, it doesn’t get much more hands-on than DIY Kokedama workshops where you’ll learn how to make your own via live classes online.

Get crafty and creative with the Japanese art of Kokedama, or hanging moss balls. This inventive method of gardening is a beautiful and practical way to keep hanging plants indoors and to exercise your green thumb and now, with a ClassBento Box, you can do it from home!

You’ll find all the materials you need to make one Kokedama inside the box and your teacher will be there to guide you through the process via Zoom. Get creative in the comfort of your home with one of the best indoor activities for kids of all ages.

Please note: organic matter and plants can only be posted to addresses in NSW.

Knowledge Required
Perfect for beginners.
What you'll get in your box
- One succulent plant
- Twine
- Soil
- Moss
- Perlite and sand
What you'll need
Scissors, a saucer, small bowl with tap water, piece paper or cloth to work on - it can be messy!
Suitable for

This is a fun indoor activity, suitable for adults, and kids (minimum 6 years old). An adult must be present whilst the kid(s) engage with the box.

This would also be a great Mother's Day gift idea.

Your teacher
Pamela Woods
Pamela Woods

Pamela is a teacher with 20 years of experience

4.8 (31)

I have had the best life ever, following my passions. I have worked as a script editor and writer and been a course leader and senior lecturer in the UK in film and TV and before that I was an illustrator and artist.

For the last 5 years have become increasingly interested in informal learning. I run classes around Sydney in different venues and concentrate on my passion of growing succulents, art and the art of teaching. I go by the name classbunny.


ClassBento has verified Pamela Woods's identity via their passport / driver's license, Australian bank account, and their business details (ABN 39742401 558)

0 5371 0 0 10 1 1 10 simple 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0.000000000 0.000000000 2019-01-06 00:00:00 2019-01-31 00:00:00 flexible 45 1 2020-04-06
V48I01Z33L 34c052b7f77f35dccea660a6ce51910d -33.790 151.270 production Sydney NSW AU sydney melbourne brisbane adelaide perth canberra