Craft Studio

 So much more than a store....

Lúnasa is a treasure trove that sells amazing gifts and so much more. We have a small tea room where we make our own food and you can drop in anytime to do craft activities such as paint a plate. 

Our craft studio is always busy. We make a range of items to order in the studio and we also run has a range of classes and workshops throughout the year, offer one on one sessions as well as events. It can also be hired out for your own event. 

 Workshops Paint a Pot  Autentico Paint

25th October - Christmas Decs

27th October - Pumpkin Carving

30th October - Halloween Party 

31st October - Halloween Party

1st November - Musical Mayhem

7th November - Christmas Crafternoons

8th November - Adults Paint a Pot

29th November - Late Night Party 

Drop in anytime the shop is open to sit back, relax and paint  pot. Prices start from just €8.50 and we have a huge range of items from farm animals to teapots and piggy banks. 

Paint with our special pottery paint and we can glaze and fire it and make it waterproof and food safe. 

Or paint with acrylics and collect after a few hours once finished with varnish.



Our easy to use high quality range of interior and exterior paints are truly in a league of their own.  Some of the key features in Autentico Paint include natural binders, water-based, child safe, UV filters, moisture membranes and more.







Previous Workshop

June 2018

Wednesday 13th June #SewingMachineDay

Craftrnoons for Kids
Let the kid’s creativity run wild at our Crafternoon session. We will be doing sewing for #sewingmachineday

4-5pm @ Lúnasa

Saturday 16th June & Sunday 17th June

Last minute personalised cards & gifts
We make personalised cards and gifts in minutes while you wait. Surprise him with a photos gift, a personalised card and a big hug for Father’s Day

Open 9.30-6 Saturday & 11.30-4.30 Lúnasa

Wednesday 20th June

Craftrnoons for Kids
Let the kid’s creativity run wild at our Crafternoon session. Paint a pot and Card Making for Father’s Day

4-5pm @ Lúnasa

Saturday 23rd June

Join us for a Magical St John’s Eve Celebration 
Customarily, in Connaught, Ireland, a special dish called "Goody" was made. This was white 'shop-bread' which had been soaked in hot milk and flavored with sugar and spices. It was usually made in a large pot that was either placed on the communal bonfire or heated on a smaller fire close by. Revelers brought their own spoons and bowls if they wanted to share in the "Goody”.

Puppet Making Workshop 10.30am - €5.00