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Stradbroke Community Centre hosts slime-making workshop

A workshop with a difference took over Stradbroke Community Centre this week, bringing a smile to the faces of many children.

HAVING FUN: Ellie Smith and Nuala Duffy with their slime.
HAVING FUN: Ellie Smith and Nuala Duffy with their slime.

Slime-making took centre stage at the Craft Café on Wednesday – the brainchild of Sarah Brown.

“My niece Lexi is slime-crazy, so I looked for good methods to make it with her and my daughter at home,” she said.

“We had great success and my sister suggested turning it into a pop-up slime workshop for fair and festival-type events.”

And that is how Just Add Kids Creative Workshops was born.

“We predominantly specialise in slime making, and have many different recipes, but also offer other craft activities for events and birthday parties,” said Sarah.

The slime-making workshop costs between £1 to £4 but there were also free activities on offer, such as making dream catchers or collages.

“We also had some slightly fancier craft activities, including coin bank or trinket box painting, bird box painting or colouring key rings. But the slime making was definitely the most popular,” added Sarah.

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