Using all the same products as we do on our Two Day Sculpture Workshop, this kit allows you to make a large (60cm) moon gazing / looking back hare or one with their front legs up.  This may look daunting as it's quite large - but it's actually easier than a smaller hare - honestly ;-)


Jo handmakes each hare armature 'body' out of a steel base and 8.5 mtrs of aluminium wire.  This is ready for you to create your own personal hare 'pose' by moving the ears, head, legs and tail.  The kit contains everything you need including a small glass vial for you to include a message or memento in the heart of your hare.  You have two choices of colour; bronze or a rich obsidian black.   Please select which colour when ordering.  You also have a choice of hare 'pose' - either the Moongazing/Looking back or one with the Front Legs Up.


Full written instructions with photos are included as well as a link to a detailed video showing Jo creating a large bronze hare, providing step-by-step instruction, hints & tips.  This kit is suitable for any age group, but children should be constantly supervised as there are sharp items in the kit.  Please note, the kit includes a 30mtr roll of foil.  You may need to supplement this if you make a 'chunky' hare 😀. 


Delivery cost is £5 via courier.  Contact details will be shared with deliverer.


*Postage for UK Mainland only.  Please make contact if you wish to ship elsewhere by emailing  

Large Plaster Hare Sculpture Kit

  • -  Unique handmade Hare armature fitted onto stand

    -  Glass vial for personal message or memento

    -  Roll of tin foil (30mtrs - you may need to add to this if making a chunky hare)

    -  Mod Roc plaster bandage

    -  Special plaster (water resistant when dry)

    -  Flexible plaster pot

    -  Bamboo pick

    -  Powertex bronze or obsidian black paint, plus paint brush

    -  Gilt cream & applicator (if bronze hare)

    -  Protective baize for base (if displayed indoors)

    -  Written instructions with photos

    -  Link to full length YouTube video showing Jo demonstrating each stage of how to sculpt your hare