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Your child will need to have a Mora Fixed Blade Knife (Stainless Steel blade) for this class. These are readliy available to buy online, or you can purchase one from us during registration. 

PREREQUISITE: Students attending this class must be KNIFE CERTIFIED with us or have equivalent knife experience.


One of the most satisfying things we can do as humans is make a useful tool with our own hands. Carving a wooden spoon can not only open a door for your child into a world of creativity and artistry but it will also your help kids to develop a cool new skill that they can be proud of. This awesome class will teach kids how to make a beautiful and useful wooden spoon out of a piece of Eastern red cedar. 

In this class, we will cover: 


  • How to split out a spoon blank from a larger piece of wood

  • Spoon carving techniques

  • Spoon finishing (sanding and applying the oil finish). 

  • Knife safety and proper knife use techniques 

By the end of this class, your child will be well on their way to transforming a piece of wood into a beautiful and unique product of their own creation. Each student will bring home the necessary knowledge and materials to complete a wooden spoon that they can use as a functional tool, admire as a piece of art, and of course be super proud of.

All materials will be provided. 

Date: TBA

Time: 10:00am-3:30pm

Cost: $65

Location: Earth Native Campus, SHILOH ENTRANCE, 921 Shiloh Rd, Bastrop, TX, 78602

Ages: 7-12

Please note that all youth classes are DROP-OFF classes. Parents do not attend

Purchase an Earth Native Klean Kanteen Bottle

Available to buy during registration - pick up at class!

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Klean Kanteen

27 oz, Stainless Steel Water Bottle with Sports Top $25

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Klean Kanteen

16 oz, TKWide Insulated Hot/Cold Beverage Bottle with Leak-Proof Cafe Cap $25


Klean Kanteen

32 oz, Insulated Wide Mouth Water Bottle with Chug Cap $45



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