Trick or Treat in Tennessee

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Name: Witch’s Hut

Instructor: Cat Wingler [email protected]

Cost: $75

Scale: ¼″


In the time honored tradition of Baba Yaga (and every fairy tale ever told), each witch’s hut is different! This witch lives in a ramshackle hut in the woods next to the graveyard. We will build, distress, and age the structure. Time permitting, we'll do a little landscaping. Bring your usual tool kit, containing assorted paint brushes, paper scissors, tweezers, tacky glue, and a gluing jig. Limit 10 students.

Thursday Afternoon Class  

Name: Come Play with Clay: Wheel Thrown Pottery

Instructor: Carol Hinkle [email protected]

Cost: $40

Scale: Multiple

Come play with clay and make your own wheel thrown pottery. No previous experience is necessary. After explanation and demonstration, you will create pottery, which I will kiln fire after class to the bisque state. It will be ready for the Saturday morning class to be glazed so that you may do your own glazing if wanted. Otherwise, the instructor will complete for you. Then, it will be kiln-fired again and given to you on Sunday morning. Bring old towel and old shirt. Limit 12 students.

Saturday Morning Class *pic*

Name: Play with Clay: Glazing your own Pottery

Instructor: Carol Hinkle [email protected]

Cost: $35

Scale: Multiple


If you take the Thursday afternoon pottery class, you may also take this class to learn about glazing and decorating your own pottery. It will be kiln-fired after class to be ready to take home on Sunday morning. Bring old towel, old shirt, small paint brushes, tweezers, and fine sandpaper. The Thursday-afternoon pottery class is a prerequisite.

Name: Coffee and Dessert Cart

Instructor: Beth Hamilton [email protected]

Cost: $60

Scale: 1″

Students will make several desserts, cakes, etc. to fill the top level of the cart, along with a coffee pot. The second level will have cups, saucers, & plates for serving. The third level will be filled with overflow from the first two levels as students decide how much or how little they want to make. (note: punch bowl not included) Platters, plates, and serving pieces will be supplied in an assortment to choose from, to fit each student’s selection of desserts. All supplies provided. Limit 6 students.


Name: Tea Goodies *pic*

Instructor: Beth Hamilton [email protected]

Cost: $45

Scale: 1″


Students will make several desserts, cakes, etc. Students decide how much or how little they want to make. Platters, plates, and serving pieces will be supplied in an assortment to choose from, to fit each student’s selection of desserts. All supplies provided.

Name: 3D Printed Graveyard

Instructor: Donna Blair [email protected]

Cost: $30

Scale: ¼″

You will learn how to work with 3D printing material. You will get a pillar, fencing, base, tree, spider, bat, raven, gravestones, and skull, all 3D printed. Display case included. Bring tacky glue and paint brushes. Limit 10 students.

Name: Spells and Potions

Instructor: Marti Icenogle [email protected]

Cost: $45

Scale: ¼″

Tucked away in the Scottish Highlands is Castle Dunham, the winter home of the Earl of Dunham. A large black wrought iron gate blocks the main entrance to the castle grounds. And the locals claim the spider-shaped lock on the gate turns into a giant spider if someone tries to enter without the gate key. There is more magic buried deep within the stone walls of the castle. Somewhere in the castle is the Wizard Ranulf's workroom where he creates all sorts of potions and spells to conjure magic for the Earl. In this class we will create the ¼″-scale wizard's workroom and learn how to create some magical books, a books stand, and scrolls, as well as potion bottles and several other magical tools. Bring scissors, x-acto knife, tweezers, quick dry tacky glue, ruler, small gluing jig, small clamps, and paint brushes. Limit 10 students.

 Making Fine Silver Bowls with Metal Clay


Instructor: Marti Icenogle [email protected]

Cost: $35

Scale: 1″ (flexible)

Want to add a little sparkle to your dollhouse or roombox? One way to do that is to add some miniature silver accessories. Silver bowls can add a simple, but elegant, touch sitting on the sideboard in the dollhouse dining room or on a side table in the parlor. In this class we will work with silver metal clay to create two or three miniature round bowls of fine silver (99.9% pure silver). And, as you create your bowls, you will also be learning the basic techniques involved in working with metal clay to make miniatures. All supplies provided. Limit 8 students.

Name: Gomez Addams & Lurch the Butler

Instructor: Jan Sylsberry [email protected]

Cost: $30

Scale: ¼″

They’re creepy & they’re kooky / mysterious and spooky.... We will dress two wire people figures as Gomez & Lurch. The head and body will be done for you! All supplies provided.

Name: Morticia Addams & Cousin Itt

Instructor: Jan Sylsberry [email protected]

Cost: $30

Scale: ¼″

They’re creepy & they’re kooky / mysterious and spooky.... We will dress two wire people figures as Morticia & Cousin Itt. The head and body will be done for you! All supplies provided.


Name: Addams Family Parlor

Instructor: Jan Sylsberry [email protected]

Cost: $55

Scale: ¼″


Our structure will be full of cool and creepy accessories. We will make the man-eating plant, for example. It will showcase the Addams Family figures from Friday, or a nice spooky but kooky room for you to fill. Picture will come soon. As always, the structure will fit in its own case, which will be provided for you. Google “Addams Family series”. Very fun! All supplies provided.

Name: Witch’s Dresser/Display Shelves   *pic*

Instructor: Marcia Beardsley [email protected]

Cost: $40

Scale: 1″


We will repurpose a dresser, taking three drawers on the left and staggering them to plant greenery and pumpkins. On the right side ,we will take out the drawers and make one area to build a scary tree, fence, and ghost area. To finish off the top of the dresser, we will add a stack of books, frog, glazing ball, bottles of potions, and a poster.… Bring basic toolkit with glue.

Name: Skeleton Witch with Cat   *pic*

Instructor: Marcia Beardsley [email protected]

Cost: $15

Scale: 1″


We will dress a skeleton as a witch and give her a feline familiar. We will make a necklace. Since she is sitting down, we will need to bend her knees and arms. Bring fabric scissors and two sewing needles (one to gather and a smaller one to thread thru seed beads).


Name: Fireplace and Mantle with Santa Arriving

Instructor: Pam Rummel [email protected]

Cost: $50

Scale: 1″


Santa is coming down the chimney. The mantle is decorated for his arrival. Let’s hope he can squeeze the rest of the way down—only his boots are showing so far. All supplies provided.