Minus Cloud Nine is a sustainable clothing and accessories brand created to spread awareness of better mental health through fashion.

London-based founder, Charlotte Robinson, will join us for a fun-filled weekend of workshops, including scrunchie and tote bag making, candle making, graffiti bauble making and gold leaf cushion printing.

Gold Leaf Cushion Printing

Join us for a mesmerizing Gold Leaf Cushion Printing Workshop and transform ordinary cushions into opulent works of art. You will learn the ancient art of gold leaf application, and discover techniques for creating intricate and stunning designs.

Date: Friday, 8 December

Time: 5:30pm – 7:30pm

Cost: Free

Tote Bag & Scrunchie Making

Channel your inner designer as Charlotte guides you through the process of creating custom Tote Bags inspired by the whimsical charm of Sugar House Island. Express your unique style through fabric, colours, and artistic flair, leaving with a functional work of art.

Handmade Scrunchies: Elevate your accessory game by crafting your own trendy scrunchies! Learn the art of scrunchie-making, from selecting fabrics to sewing techniques. Walk away with a collection of stylish scrunchies that add a touch of handmade charm to any outfit.

Date: Saturday, 9 December

Time: 12pm – 4pm

Cost: Free

Candle Making

Unleash your artistic spirit and immerse yourself in the enchanting world of candle making with the talented artist, Charlotte Robinson. Join us for a captivating candle-making workshop where you’ll learn the art of crafting beautiful, personalised candles that will add warmth and style to any space!

Date: Saturday, 9 December

Time: 4pm – 5pm, 5pm – 6pm

Cost: Free

Graffiti Bauble Making

Step into the vibrant world of street art and join us for an exhilarating Graffiti Christmas Ornament Making Class, where spray cans meet festive flair, and creativity knows no bounds. Learn from seasoned street artists with a festive twist, to create personalised urban-inspired Christmas Decorations.

Date: Sunday, 10 December

Time: 12:pm – 6pm

Cost: Free