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Urban Day Retreat: Florals

Debbie Bryan, St Marys Gate, Nottingham, NG1 1PF

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NEW!
Brand new to Debbie Bryan experiences, this urban day retreat offers time spent embraced in creativity and floral abundance.

Kick start the day with a breakfast buffet and refreshments, before starting your first activity! Build your own mixed media wire-work sculpture until a two course lunch is served.

With an afternoon spent creating an everlasting garland using a stunning array of dried, preserved and paper flowers.

For more information about the retreat and how to book, please visit our website.

Morning

Buffet breakfast of freshly baked Welbeck Bakehouse pastries, fresh fruits, tea, coffee and fresh juices

Create a unique mixed media wire-work sculpture that may be added to your garland or as a stunning stand alone piece – with guided instruction to line-draw, sculpt and add textile and paper detail, with a gilded finish

Lunch 

Two courses with wine plus tea and coffee

Afternoon

Make an all year round, everlasting garland using an aged, rustic metal frame as your base

With flower arranging techniques using dried, preserved and hand-crafted paper flowers with textile knotting, plaiting and finger crochet

Plus additional tea, coffee and homemade fruit and nut truffle

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