Ruthin Craft Centre
The Centre for the Applied Arts


Hey Clay 2021: Make a Hanging Decoration by Donna Jones

14 or 15 May £3.50

Make a Hanging Decoration
Giving you the opportunity to play with clay WHATEVER YOUR AGE!

Make a hanging decoration out of air drying clay Inspired by our past ‘Flora’ exhibition, which celebrated the world of flowers within the different realms of Craft. Be inspired by nature by getting outdoors, going for a walk, engage with your natural surroundings and then MAKE.


A ‘Craft Bag’ with all the materials to make the decoration costs only £3.50.

If you would like a ‘Craft Bag’, please book via Eventbrite. You‘ll be able to collect the Craft Bag from Ruthin Craft Centre either on Friday 14 May book here or Saturday 15 May book here


Please Note: You’ll ALSO need to book a time slot of General Admission for your visit here (we’ll use your bookings to have your Craft Bag ready for Collection).

You can also download the instruction Brochure for FREE for this event activity, here you’ll just need to source your own materials.

These activities require minimal resources and are easy to follow.

We have a limited number of packs, so please book in advance to avoid disappointment. One package per household only. Bookings will be taken on a first come first serve basis.


#HeyCraft #GetCreative

Hey Clay! Is a national celebration of ceramics participation which gave the public the chance to unleash their inner potter at venues across the UK through free workshops and taster sessions?

Hey Craft! is now open to all craft disciplines and experience levels, so whether you’re an emerging maker, studio collective or professional looking to share your skills – join the fun and help promote the transformative power of craft.

Hey Craft! is part of the Get Creative campaign run by the Crafts Council, Voluntary Arts, BBC, Libraries Connected, Family Arts Campaign, What Next?, Arts Council England, Arts Council Wales, Creative Scotland, Arts Council of Northern Ireland, 64 Million Artists and Creative People and Places.