In a nostalgic way these crafts will demonstrate there skills on your location. You must provide your own booth or a table of 4 meters long.
A wide choice of: Brush Maker, silversmith, Veneer Marquetry, glass painter, Woodturning, Clockmaker, Leather Processing, mustard-making, doll maker, Potter, textile painting, Roper, Sculpture, Egg Painting, Carpet Hind painter, Beekeeper, Woodenshoes maker, milliner, Quilting, Styropyrograveur, Tower Clock, Weaving, Leather Editor, Image Watering, Fries Wood Cutting, Glass Engraving, milliner, Ceramist, Beaded Bags-making, basket weaving, musical instruments, chair mats, stonemason, Tinsmith, silversmith, Schieman Worker, Bookbinder, Delftware Schilde, Fine Braids, Eel-smoking, Wood Cutting, Candles-decorating, Lace, Midwinter Horn make porcelain-painting, papermaking, Straw Braids, Shoe maker, Saddle Maker.
Perfect for corporate events, children's afternoon, markets, commercial promotion such as Mother's Day/ Father's Day etc. 2 Supervisors bring 100 tiles, and plenty of quick-drying paint. Through templates or design you can get started with your own tile. Of course you get to bring it home. On the back you can place a sticker so it can actually be hung on the wall. Who does not know the proverbs: "East, West, Home Best" or "Of life no one gets a program." Think of a personal saying or make a nice drawing.
2 Dutch girls dressed in Typically Dutch outfit hand out 1,000 pieces of different Dutch cheeses. Powered with baskets and cheese platters, they will roam between your guests and have a chat about the Dutch habits while enjoying a cube of cheese.
At least 4 delicious Dutch cheeses. For example, a North Holland cheese, which is influenced by the climate and the land reclaimed under the strong influence of the sea, making the North Holland pastures rich milk.
Gin is a traditional Dutch distillates made from cereals, juniper and other herbs. Combined with 4 delicious Dutch cheeses a delicious treat. A booth or table is tastefully decorated. Cheese cubes will be cut and gin is poured by 2 girls dressed in Peasant Costume or maid dress from 1900/1920, handmade.
Unique in the Netherlands is our kastanjepoffer or Popping chestnuts.
The peasant comes to your Christmas or winter market and to pop chestnuts from a atmospheric stall. In the chestnut he carves a cross so it won't explode whill cooking. The preparation takes 2 hours before it can be eaten.
We are working on a wood stove. When necessary, this can be replaced by electrical. Your visitors will get in a wonderful Christmas or Winter Mood!
You want your guests actively and creatively involved in an original and typical Dutch way? Then it is a fun clog workshop interpretation! The workshop consists of a lump atmospheric setting with include decorative panels, a wooden cheese box with several sample clogs, props and a supervisor in theme costume. The guests/ visitors can take place at a wooden table and paint with fast drying acrylic paint their own wooden shoes, which they can take home right away.
Some Old Dutch games have been played since the Middle Ages. Jesters were asked to bring the games to the castles and inns.
10 Old Dutch games are supervised by staff in traditional Dutch outfit.
Score Tickets to a game are available. Please inform us when it is a large group of guests.
Games are: Cheese Game, Mirror Box, Flip the hat, Fishinggame, Marble shooting, Hammer Game, Points Shuffleboard, Four on a Row, Mirror writing, Table Hockey. 2 people in traditional Dutch outfit for 4 hours.
Rembrandt, the famous painter of the Netherlands lived from 1606-1669.
In those spheres is Rembrandt van Gein, caricatures painter.
The caricatures are done in watercolor and comes with a certificate of authenticity. The only caricature artist from Netherlands. A unique act. A caricature takes about 10 minutes.
Our nostalgic barber 'wet brush' let old times revive.
Your guests or visitors can come here to enjoy himself a shave.
The barber has a real antique barber chair from 1905. We provide a nostalgic backdrop and guidance of an eloquent barber. The barber lures non hoarse one in his tent and lets hem loose again only if it is so slippery as an eel. A beautiful ritual! First, shampooing, shaving then, if necessary touch with alum stone and finally massaging the cheeks.
The barber has a chat about any and is aware of the latest gossip. Your guests will be satisfied when they leave the 'hairdresser'.
Taste the atmosphere and the nostalgic candy from the candy shop where you, your parents or your grandparents went to.
Memories and flavors of yesteryear retrieval.
Your stall or tables (preferably 4 meters) are tastefully decorated with the Old Dutch delicious candy. Guidance is dressed in matching outfits, handmade to 1900/1920 design: maid costumes.
The table is decorated with antiques and information on Old Dutch Candy. Eg. Anise Milk tablets have been around since 1854. Grandmother always said anise calming works for coughs and colds. Melt in a cup of lukewarm milk before going to bed.