Our workshops that we have been running over the past few months have been incredibly popular so we will be continuing to schedule new dates.  All our classes are suitable from ages 12- adult and are held in our shop in Wahroonga.  Attend with a friend or come alone and meet a handful of likeminded people.

Classes sizes are limited to 8-10 people and bookings are essential.

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food styling 

Basic calligraphy

Vintage book sculptures


Food Styling Workshop

Food Styling Workshop

On Saturday, we held a Food Styling Workshop with Annabel instore.

It was a great success with 9 people attending and learning the tricks of the trade when entertaining.

Over the course of 2 hours, we saw Annabel assemble a feast on one of our vintage cheese curing boards and had a play on individual boards.  Afternoon tea was served, with all the participants helping themselves to the amazing spread.

This was the first of many food workshops we will be running instore, it is a lovely thing to do with a friend or...

Paper Wreath Workshop

On Saturday we were excited to welcome Lyn McCreanor from In All Things Beautiful to the store to run our first creative workshop making stunning paper wreaths for christmas (or anytime I say!)
   paper workshop
 paper wreath workshop
We transformed one of our rooms into the craft room and over the course of 3 hours the group of girls crafted and chatted and learnt how to make these beautiful...

The Possibility Project

Over the past few years I have been fortunate to meet two fantastic and inspiring women, Kath and Kim (both quite different from their TV namesakes).  Kath and Kim are the founders of The Possibility Project - a collaborative enterprise dedicated to greater social justice in all communities.  Grosgrain is proud to stock their stunning silk covered beads and now we are welcoming them to our store to hear them share insights into how they have built their brand slumwear108 with artisan communities in Jaipur, India.  Their talk, The Art of Possibility captures the essence...

Uashmama Italian Washable Paper Bags

- Pronounced Wash-mama -

Grosgrain was one of the first Sydney stockists of Uashmama bags and 4 years later, they are still selling like hotcakes and the range just seems to get bigger and bigger.  I thought you may like to know a bit of the history of Uashmama bags from the girl herself who discovered them in Italy all those years ago, Casey......

"While travelling through Tuscany in 2011 with my family in tow I came across the paper bag which changed my world, quite literally. To briefly set the scene it was on a small Tuscan terrace eating...