Create your own Christmas wrap and cards
29 November

10.30 - 3.00

£55 plus small contribution to materials and paint costs (£5)


About the course

Learn to use the patterned rollers and applicators from The Painted House, as seen on the Great Interior Design Challenge. Learn to use natural chalk based paints to print a variety of patterns on cards and wrapping paper


You will also be able to buy your own rollers and applicators to use and take home on the day if you wish


Course details

A one day course, 10.30 - 3.00  with a short lunch break.

Classes run with a maximum of 10 students per class.

Course does not include the cost of all materials and a small charge of £5 is payable on the day to cover miscellaneous materials. Fabrics and plain wallpapers for printing will be charged by the metre, or you can bring your own on the day. You can contact Pauline for more information about suitable materials




The work room is well equipped, with chalk paint, applicators and a range of different rollers avalable for use. You will also be able to buy your own rollers and applicators to take home on the day if you wish.


Damside has comfortable break out areas where you can eat your lunch, and a kitchen area where coffee and teas are available



About your tutor

Pauline Keenoy is a practicing upholstery conservator and interior furnisher who has a wealth of experience. With more than 20 years teaching experience of beginners to advanced level, teaching adult education, City and Guilds, National and Higher National diploma and degree level students.  She has also co-ordinated interior decorating courses with a range of related specialist subjects such as decorative paint techniques, soft furnishing, colour theory,  visual communication and the history of art and design. She has trained in Pattern roller techniques with The Painted House and is an accredited trainer and stockist for their products.


You can call Pauline on 07889 595041 or email her at 


About Damside

The studio is on the first floor of Damside Mill, a mill building dating back to early 1800s. It does not have disabled access, but we are happy to help in anyway we can to assist people around the building. Guide and Hearing dogs are most welcome in all public areas of the building.



You can book this course here