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Take some time out of your day to get creative and unwind with a rewarding project. These fun activities may become your new go-to hobby from the comfort of your home:

1. Clay Pottery kit

Learn how to carve, pinch, pot and mould beautiful keepsakes with a pottery kit. They're ideal for beginners as no skills or kilns are required for this art therapy experience. Our favourite is Crockd and their environmentally packaging.

2. Paint a Pot

Add colour to your garden or home by painting pots around the home that fit your style. A fresh coat of paint could spice up the traditional look of terracotta or clay pots. Or create a cute matching set of pots with different followers or animals. You could even personalise the design for a gift to a loved one.

2. Flower pressing kit

This very affordable activity involves collecting leaves and flowers from your home to create a beautiful display of your favourite blooms. For as little as $5 from Kmart, you can purchase a Flower pressing kit that lasts forever.

3. Embroidery kit

Embroil an inspirational or fun decor piece to display around the house with a Embroidery kit. These kits have everything you need including a hoop, fabric square, needle and floss. Learn as you go with basic stitches or more complex designs.

4. Make a candle

Save your money on expensive candles and make your own from home with a soy candle making kit. Choose your favourite fragrances or mix and match a few for the perfect scent.

5. Create your own scrunchie

Scrunchies are a perfect way to use up material scraps with minimal sewing required. This simple hair accessory is back in fashion and the design possibilities are endless. See the easy steps here.



Wests venues are now open and we look forward to welcoming you back. We are going above and beyond to welcome you back safely with our Covid Safe measures in place. Under the NSW Government's Roadmap to Freedom, the first and second wave of freedoms will allow adults (16+) to enter our venues, if they’ve received two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine or are medically exempt. Children 15 years and under are permitted entry whilst in the company of a fully vaccinated parent / guardian.

To avoid disappointment on entry, we encourage you to stay up to date with the latest NSW Public Health Orders. Get proof of your vaccination via the My Gov website. If you are medically exempt you will be required to present your medical contraindication certificate before entering our venues.