Drop in Days & Annual Christmas Shopping Night

I know, I know – I don’t post on this blog as much as I should! But, hopefully when my side kick gets back from Taiwan – where he has been all year – I will have more time….. that’s my plan.

But, back to business 🙂

Following on from the success of last year’s Christmas Shopping Night, its on again – ClayMotion‘s annual Christmas Shopping Night!

Christmas Shopping Night ClayMotion Ballarat


Enjoy a glass of champagne while shopping for gifts from a fabulous range of locally made giftware. With more than twenty – yes 20+ – local makers participating we have something for everyone – mum, dad, grandma, grandpa, teachers, the kids, …. you name it, we have it!

We would love to see you here on the night supporting local business and local makers – shop local this Christmas!



mums and bubs Claymotion Ballarat VictoriaAlso, ClayMotion is running casual drop in mornings every Tuesday for Mums with , bubs, toddlers and pre-schoolers. Just drop in anytime between 10am – 1pm , have a cuppa and indulge in some clay play. $15 gets you access to the studio, tools & equipment, clay & kiln firing.

Classes for the term are in the home stretch, and the net blog post will showcase some of the highlights. Stay tuned for the term term program.

Also stay tuned for the January children’s school holiday program.

The best way to stay updated is to subscribe to the newsletter, this way you won’t miss out as classes tend to fill quickly.

Gift Certificates Claymotion Ballarat Victoria


And remember ClayMotion gift certificates make a great Christmas gift. they are valid for twelve months and are redeemable for anything in the ClayMotion shop – classes & workshops, art supplies and giftware. Custom amounts can be organised just give me a call – 0438382522

That’s it for this post, and hope yo see you Friday at the shopping night 🙂


One comment on “Drop in Days & Annual Christmas Shopping Night

  1. Hi all at Clay motion
    Just a thought for classes, similar to what you do for mum & bubs. What about offering this to elderly people, so their carer’s can bring them in to try out using clay and possibly make a small item.
    I know I’d love to bring my 92 year old father down, he used to do pottery and ceramics,
    I have been down with my mum to a come and try day (pinch pots)
    It was very relaxing.

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