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Paper Lampshade Workshop at Debbie Bryan

Debbie Bryan, 18 St Mary's Gate, The Lace Market, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG1 1PF 

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Paper Lampshade Workshop at Debbie Bryan

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Debbie Bryan 
July 9th 2018 5.30 - 9pm

A new addition to Debbie Bryan's Papercraft Crafternoon collection! You’ll be introduced to a selection of paper craft techniques to build a unique hand-crafted 30 cm diameter drum lampshade.

Using a variety of stunning archival papers, including Nottingham Punchcard samples, indulge in specialist paper techniques from hand-embellishment to stunning textile embroidery.

On arrival you’ll enjoy a delicious vegan platter and glass of wine before delving into your creativity.

 

What you will learn

Paper & Textile embellishment | Paper manipulation | Textile Embroidery | Paper construction | Illustration | Surface design | Paper cutting

£50.00 / £40.00

Early bird offer | £40 until May 31st

Fee includes all materials, tea, coffee, cake, food & wine | Suitable for all skill levels

 

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Book now on 0115 9507776 or email shop@debbiebryan.co.uk

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