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Festival Headdress Workshop

Debbie Bryan, St Marys Gate, The Lace Market, Nottingham, NG1 1PF
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Festival Headdress Workshop

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Thursday 6 June, 5pm - 7.30pm
Where: Debbie Bryan
Price: £35 per person - to book click on the website link above

Create a magnificent headdress using everlasting florals, textiles and wirework.

Enjoy arrival drink at 5pm and materials selection with the class beginning at 5.30pm.

Materials Table

Yarns | Threads | Foraged Flowers | Greenery | Seasonal Flowers | Floristry Tape | Wires

Fee includes

All materials | Botanical infused cocktail | Cake

Please let the team at Debbie Bryan know of any allergies in the checkout comments box. To book online click on the website link above.

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