10 Creative things you can make at a Sip ‘n’ Dip class

Make art with these great projects you can learn how to do at Sip 'n' Dip classes.
25 Nov 2021
Discover Ipswich, Staff Writer

When Sip ‘n’ Dip Australia first launched in Goodna it quickly became a popular way for friends and family to come together and create art while having a bit of fun.  A couple of years down the track and the business has expanded from paintings into resin art, alcohol ink planters, Christmas ornaments and more crafty things to make for adults and kids.

The best part is you don’t have to have any experience with art to join in and the focus is on fun!

When you book a class it usually specifies if it’s at a cafe or restaurant and usually includes dinner and a drink.  Some classes at the Goodna studio are class only and are priced accordingly.

So take a look at some of the gorgeous creations you can make under expert guidance at venues all over South East Queensland including a few in the Ipswich region in Ipswich Central, Springfield, Karalee and Goodna.

Resin jewellery


You can make a one of a kind statement piece at Sip ‘n’ Dip with their range of resin earring classes.

Christmas serving platters


Towards the end of the year you’ll see Christmas themed classes pop up including serving bowls, platters and ornaments.

Alcohol ink pots

Alcohol ink pots

Plain planters are banned at Sip ‘n’ Dip, where they teach you how to apply ink and paint to pots to make them gorgeous.

Resin art clocks

Resin art clocks

Old clock stopped telling the time, get yourself a new one with a unique design you can create yourself at a Sip ‘n’ Dip class.

Resin decorated serving boards

Resin serving board and coaster set

Tea trays, wooden boards and even side tables are all classes on offer at Sip ‘n’ Dip.  There’s also various ways of decorating with some classes teaching wave patterns, dirty pours and even alcohol ink.

Resin keepsake or alcohol ink coasters


The prettiest coasters you’ll find are these hand-poured coasters, which also make great gifts.  You can choose classes from alcohol ink, petri dish design and even keepsake ones where you can add dried flowers and other materials into the resin.



Sip ‘n’ Dip started with paintings being the most featured classes, and while resin art has taken over in popularity, you can still find some painting classes on offer.



In this class you can learn the ancient art of kokedama making which is basically a Japanese bonsai moss ball that your plants roots live in, instead of a pot.

Painted serving bowls

Decorated serving bowls

Great for entertaining you can create a set of serving bowls with some wow factor.

Resin picnic or wine holders

Resin wine holder set

Probably one of the most handy items you can make at Sip ‘n’ Dip are the custom wine and glass holders, but they also offer picnic tables which you can decorate with resin art too – great gift ideas!

Discover Ipswich Staff Writer
Rocky the Rock Wallaby is a Sagittarius who lives at the Ipswich Nature Centre and often contributes to Discover Ipswich in his spare time. When he's not busy showing tourists around, blogging or hanging out with his cute and fluffy mates at the Nature Centre, he likes to hit the gym for a leg session, graze on quinoa salad and ponder the possibilities of the universe.

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