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CALLING ALL EMPLOYERS

CALLING ALL EMPLOYERS

Staff birthdays, employment anniversaries and client appreciation gifts. These little touches can go a long way in enhancing the relationship with your clients and staff.

Give more than a gift, give an experience……Colour & Cork gift experiences can be purchased online with a few simple clicks through our website (link below). Hard copy certificates can also be supplied upon request.

Want one less thing to worry about throughout the year?Provide us with all upcoming birthdays and/or office anniversaries and we can schedule in deliveries throughout the year.

Email [email protected] to find out more.

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VALENTINE’S WEEKEND!

VALENTINES DAY – Too special to only celebrate on one day…….

From the 13th through 15th of February we are celebrating all things love at Colour & Cork. See our lover’s schedule below:

Thursday 13th February – “Opposites Attract”
If you can’t wait until the 14th to show your lover how much they mean to you, surprise them with an early Valentine date night. Wake up the next day ahead of the pack after your Colour & Cork experience

Friday 14th – “Paint your Lover”
When servo flowers and a box of Cadbury Favourites ain’t gonna cut it…….. Cue Colour & Cork – bring your partner in for an experience they will remember forever and book your seat now for “Paint your Lover”. This fun and interactive session will have you laughing and having a blast with your partner.

Saturday 15th – ” Flamingo Fling”
Picture this…. a long lunch down at Salamanca enjoying the sun and fresh air, then stroll on over to our studio located only minutes away at Macq01 for an afternoon of laughing, creating, mingling and some toe tapping to our awesome playlist. We are also BYO so bring your favourite drop with you! Avoid the awkward Valentine’s dinner the night before and do something totally different…. You’re welcome!

Can’t make our Lovers Weekend?
If the Valentine’s weekend is just not lining up with your schedule or you or you partner are out of town, then why not grab a Colour & Cork experience for them. Our gift cards are available via our website and are the perfect gift to ensure you don’t miss out on that date night you promised.

BOOK NOW VIA OUR BOOKING PAGE

New Aussie themed paintings

This weekend we are launching two new Aussie themed paintings to our collection; “Vegemite is my Jam” & “Flip Flops or Thongs?”  Head on over to our booking page to secure your Aussie experience with us! 

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Launch of “Paint your Pet”

“Paint your Pet”
What an awesome launch of Colour & Cork’s paint your pet last night. These animal lovers will no doubt hang their furry friends up on their walls proudly!
Next “Paint your Pet” session will be held on Friday the 17th January.

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Paint your Pet!

Beginning this Wednesday (8th), we will be introducing “Paint your Pet”
Ahead of time, you will provide the studio with a photo of your furry loved one. Our talented artists will sketch your pet onto the canvas ready for your arrival to paint and create!

Book fast as these sessions will be very popular!

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What is a “Sip n’ Paint” session?

Sip n’ Paint classes have been growing in popularity and are actually as fun as it sounds.

A place where you can use your creative side with no judgment, drink some wine, have some laughs and experience something totally different.

Here are some things you need to know about Sip n’ Paint sessions:

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Are you visiting Hobart?

SUMMER IN HOBART???
Are you visiting our “Apple Isle” over the summer period and attending the Sydney to Hobart or Taste of Tasmania? Then why not take home a reminder of your time in this beautiful part of the world.

At Colour & Cork we have a number of Tasmanian themed paintings throughout our Dec/Jan calendar.
In our Sip n’ Paint sessions, we will guide you step-by-step to create your very own masterpiece. Along the way you will be laughing, mingling, lots of sipping and possibly toe tapping to our awesome playlist.

Located right on Hobart’s Waterfront, it is perfect to put on your “To Do” List while visiting.

“Fun art, not Fine art”