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Mothering Sunday Week Special

Debbie Bryan, 18 St. Mary's Gate, The Lace Market, Nottingham, NG1 1PF
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11am – 5pm: Floral China Tea Cup, £25

Choose your own vintage china tea cup from the Debbie Bryan selection before create your own gorgeous array of seasonal and foraged flowers and greenery with texture additions including hand-embroidery, finger crochet and paper floristry creation, as well as crockery illustration.

11am – 5pm: Hand-scribed Plate, £10

Select your special plate from the Debbie Bryan collection of vintage bone china and enjoy a self-led Crafternoon as you hand illustrate your own unique design and pattern ideas with a mix of vibrant and tonal permanent pens. Personalize your own wire plate hanger and complete!

Book your table between the hours of 11am and 3.30pm from March 20th to March 26th and relax for several hours as you enjoy helpings of tea, coffee and sweet treats. With stunning examples surround you, in-house talents will be on hand to guide you.

Booking as a treat for Mother’s Day? Book both for £30 | Upgrade with Afternoon Tea at £15 pp
Book during opening hours on 0115 9507776 or email shop@debbiebryan.co.uk

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