sold out button workshop

Unfortunately this event is no longer available. We are currently in the process of planning more learning workshops for 2014/2015 so please keep an eye out…


 

Join In Our Button: Makes Craft Day On 22 April – Have a fun day out and bring out your creative side!

WW button posyCome along to our Button Craft Workshop run by Woman’s Weekly Lifestyle Editor, Jayne, and Home Editor, Emily. They’ll show you how to create stylish makes using buttons. You’ll make a gorgeous framed initial for someone special, using buttons of all colours and sizes, as well as a fabulous button posy in a vase (vase not included) and, as seen at Woman’s Weekly Live! show last September, Emily will hold a jewellery-making demonstration, where you can make a pretty necklace out of buttons.


Itinerary for Button Makes Craft Day


10am Tea, coffee and meet and greet
10.30am How to make a framed button initial
11.30am Tea and coffee
11.45am Continue with your button picture (and leave it to dry)
12.15 Make a button posy
1pm Lunch
2pm Continue with your button posy
3pm Tea and coffee
3.15pm Make a button necklace
4.30pm Workshop ends

 

Terms and Conditions

WW button-necklaceWoman’s Weekly has the right to change the itinerary of the day. Tickets cost £59 per person for each workshop, and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Please keep your booking confirmation, as this is your ticket for the event. A guest list policy will be in operation at the event. Shortly after purchasing tickets, you will receive an email booking confirmation: this is your ticket to the event, so please retain it for future reference. Tea, coffee and water will be provided on the day, but lunch is not included. Please note, make may differ from image shown.


About The Day

web-jayne-emilyTickets cost £59 per person, per day and are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.  Please note, tickets are non-refundable, unless the event is cancelled or postponed. The workshops will be held at IPC Media, Blue Fin Building, 110 Southwark Street, London SE1 0SU. It’s within walking distance of London Bridge, Waterloo, Waterloo East, Blackfriars and Southwark stations. All materials will be supplied by Hobbycraft.
Lunch is not included, but there is a restaurant on site, and you can buy a cooked meal or sandwiches to eat on our roof terrace or in the canteen. There are also local sandwich bars or you can bring your own lunch.