Over the years lots of people have said to us that they would love to have a go at ice sculpting.
The problem is how would you actually go about achieving that? What would you need to have to get your hands on to do it, where would you do it and more importantly how?
To make a sculpture, any sculpture not just one in ice you are going to need get hold of the actual material itself (not an easy feat as there aren’t that many places that sell large blocks of ice that are easily transportable), the tools to do the job and some idea of how to go about it.
And then there’s the cost. Let’s face it they don’t come cheap.
Up until now you would be looking at starting prices of £200 and that’s for a small simple one that is pre-made. To make one yourself requires not only time and effort but the guidance from an expert which all adds to the cost.
While we have been in lockdown we have had a lot more time on our hands and we got to thinking what can we do to help these people who want to learn how to create their very own ice sculpture? How can we help them?
So we put our heads together and came up with a brilliant and brand new idea.
Let us introduce you to the Home Carving Kits.
These kits contain everything you need to create an ice sculpture and even better you can do it wherever you choose – in your garden, in your kitchen, round your mates’ house (when that is allowed again)…wherever you want.
In the kit you will receive a block of ice (about the size of an A4 sheet of paper), a chisel and 3 templates to work with. There will also be a set of written instructions and a supporting video uploaded to our website and YouTube.
All delivered right to your door.
What’s even better is ice is compact enough to be stored in your freezer until you are ready to use it.
We are still in the process of putting all this together and are looking to start deliveries in July. We will be starting local, within a 10 mile radius of East Grinstead but if you think it’s something you may be interested in give us a call on 01342 835348 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and we can talk it through.