The course will will offer:


One whole day of demonstration and tuition in silver jewellery making when you will complete a small piece of jewellery to take home.


One morning of demonstration and guidance in flower arranging after which you have an opportunity to create a flower arrangement you can take home.


The afternoon is free to relax at Little HenCefn or explore the beautiful local area.


Silver Jewellery and Flower Arranging Experience

with Joy and Karon

On the afternoon of your arrival you can settle in before enjoying a four course evening meal (we are not licensed, but please bring your own wine).


On the first day, Joy will discuss her plan for the day and demonstrate her craft.  You will then have the opportunity to design a piece of jewellery and create it.  Joy will be on hand all day to guide and assist.


On day two, Karon will demonstrate a flower arrangement before you have the opportunity to create your own arrangement with Karon's guidance.


You leave Little HenCefnn after breakfast on the third day.


The jewellery making and flower arranging takes place in our light and spacious studio.


Course dates


Sunday 12th June -Wednesday 15th June 2016


Thursday 1st September - Sunday 4th September 2016



Course cost



Included in the cost: Tuition and materials from Joy and Karen. Joy will provide silver for a small piece of jewellery (larger pieces will incur extra cost). Karon will provide all flowers and materials. Bed, breakfast and evening meals for three nights. Light lunches for two days.


If you wish to book, or would like further information about the courses, please contact me, via Little HenCefn.


Joy has learned her higher level of silver jewellery making over 11 years and has been leading courses for 9 years.


Karon has 15 years of working as a professional florist.  Her creativity is matched by her patience and skill when demonstrating and assisting.


The three night break is a relaxing but interesting enjoyment  No experience in either jewellery making or flower arranging is necessary.