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Make your own Everlastings, paper flowers workshop
When
09:30am - 11:00am, Saturday, 24 September 2022
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Where
At Yorkas Nyinning Building Western Australian Botanic Garden, Kings Park WA 6005, Australia
Email
hello@jotterbookflowers.com
Website
www.jotterbookflowers.com
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Kings Park Festival, Workshops and Tours

Want to get creative this Spring?  

Come and learn to create your own forever lasting Everlastings at the King's Park Festival. 

Gather your friends and reconnect with your creative side by making your own BEAUTIFUL bouquet of paper flowers. 

In this relaxing art workshop, you'll: 

  • Gain inspiration by taking a guided stroll through the field of everlastings. 
  • Immerse yourself in a calming craft activity while enjoying coffee, tea & sweet treats. 
  • Learn secret tips & tricks from renown local paper artist Carrissa Wu. 
  • Create your own amazing Bouquet of Everlasting Paper Flowers with premium tools & materials. 
  • Catch up with friends and meet likeminded creatives in a relaxing, peaceful atmosphere! 

 
Use the code SPRING to access $49.00 tickets (usually $99.00), only available for a limited time!

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