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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 our Woman’s Weekly Craft Workshops – 24 March 2014

If you’re new to crafts or you have been crafting for years, we’d love you to join us at our Easter Craft Workshop. Come along to and meet Lifestyle Editor, Jayne Marsden, and Home Editor, Emily Dawe, who will be demonstrating how to make beautiful paper flowers you can then use to make personalised Easter gifts. They include making a posy and pretty container, a stylish wreath, a basket of daffodils plus an Easter card – all to take home with you at the end of the day. And we will also show you how to use the flowers to decorate gifts, napkins and more. Once you’ve mastered these makes, you’ll be able to use them in other projects, plus you’ll be able to help family and friends create their own Easter crafts.


10am Tea, coffee and meet and greet
10.30 How to make Easter flowers out of paper
11.30 Coffee
11.45 Using your flowers to decorate gifts
12.00 Making an Easter posy and container/create a basket of flowers
1.00 Lunch
2.00 Making your Easter wreath
3.00 Tea
3.15 Your wreath continued
4.30 Finish

In Association with Hobbycraft

Spring is in the air and Hobbycraft has everything you need to make and bake the perfect Easter. From cards to cupcake cases, bonnets and bunting plus chicks and chocolate making! Hobbycraft currently has 79 stores nationwide and more planned for 2014. For store locations and opening hours visit



Top Tips

web-jayne-emily– All materials will be supplied by Hobbycraft at no additional cost to you.
– The workshop will be held at our offices: IPC Media, Blue Fin Building, 110 Southwark Street, London SE1 0SU.
– The office is within walking distance of London Bridge, Waterloo, Waterloo East, Blackfriars and Southwark stations.
– Lunch is not included but there is a restaurant onsite, and you can buy a cooked meal or sandwiches to eat on our roof terrace if the weather is fine or in the restaurant, which has amazing views over London. There are also local sandwich bars or you may prefer to bring your own lunch.

Terms and conditions

Please note: makes may differ from images shown. Woman’s Weekly has the right to change the itinerary of the day. Tickets cost £59 per person, and will be made available on 5 February 2014. Tickets will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Please keep your booking confirmation as this is your ticket for the event. The day will start at 10am with tea and coffee and finishes at 4.30pm. Tea, coffee and water will be provided. Please note that tickets to this event are non-refundable, unless it is cancelled or postponed. A guest list policy will be in operation at the event. Shortly after purchasing tickets, you will receive an e-mail confirmation: this is your ticket to the event, so please retain it for future reference.