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Uncommon and Fiona Fleur to host a Wreath Making Masterclass on 7th December
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Uncommon and Fiona Fleur to host a Wreath Making Masterclass on 7th December

Now that it’s officially 1st December, it’s certainly acceptable to book yourself into every Christmas festive workshop that takes your fancy… Uncommon flexible workspaces have teamed up with floral expert Fiona Fleur to host a wreath-making masterclass. Taking place from 6:30pm on Wednesday 7th December, the masterclass will guide guests through how to craft their own signature dried flowers wreath.

Creating a wreath using dried flowers, means you can display your wreath year after year, oh and if you don’t want to wait until just the festive season to show it off, why not place it in the middle of the dining table and use it as a table showstopper, throughout the year.

Guests will be creating their bespoke wreaths using a beautiful selection of dried seasonal blooms such as dried clementines, limes and chillies, pinecones, natural berries and foliage. This is going to be one festive masterclass you won’t want to miss!

Time: 6.30pm – 8.30pm

Address: Uncommon Fulham – Flexible Office Work Space 126 New Kings Road London SW6 4LZ

Price: £90.00

To book your ticket via Eventbrite, click here.

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