Pimp Your Pumpkins – Painting workshop hosted by The Loft, Battle
As autumn is in full swing and Halloween on its way thoughts turn to pumpkin carving, whether it’s to display in your window, on your doorstep or to take trick or treating, why not try a new form of pumpkin decorating with paint? This year’s trend for displaying your pumpkin creativity through paint, rather than carving, is a great way to get stuck in with friends and family to produce a pumpkin which’ll be the talk of the neighbourhood!
Throughout the month of October, hundreds of pumpkins will be arriving at The Loft’s pumpkin patch, ready for decorating. Just visit the shop, select your pumpkin of choice and then get to work releasing your inner artist! Suitable for both adults and children, the hour-long session costs just £4.50 with no booking required, just turn up and allow your creativity to flow. It could also be the perfect half term activity for your ‘little pumpkins’ to take part in.
Also this month, why not enjoy an evening with the girls and book a ‘Pumpkin & Prosecco’ workshop and give your doorstop a real designer flair this Halloween? £20 per person gives you unlimited Pumpkins, use of all the fabulous Frenchic Paints (*see details below) and unlimited Prosecco! Booking for this is essential.
The Loft, tucked away in Tills Courtyard, in Battle, prides itself on taking the art of shopping seriously and stock a wide range of refreshingly different, quirky soft furnishings and large furniture items, such as sofas, chairs and bars as well as home décor products, including mirrors and vases, plus plenty of gift ideas. They are also an official stockist of the incredible range of Frenchic Paints* – the award-winning eco-friendly chalk and mineral paints. The Al Fresco range give the perfect coverage for updating almost anything and better still are the ideal product for pumpkin painting!
A full range of Halloween goodies are now available in store, to get your home ready for spooks and ghouls! The Loft also host regular workshops from crate painting to completing large items of furniture, for more information visit their website.