The National Trust Flower Crown Workshop

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When the team at The Red House called up to discuss their corporate event ideas we were in our element. The Red House was built by William Morris – the King of Craft! We work on our corporate event ideas with our clients in mind. We come up with the[…]

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Flowernator – Brand New Workshop!

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We have a brand new hen party workshop at Glam Hatters. A Fascinator and a Flower Crown eloped to LA and nine months later the Flowernator arrives into the world! This is a super stylish workshop and the perfect hen party workshop for girls with a great sense of style. The[…]

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Crafty Hen Parties Nationwide

Crafty Hen Parties Nationwide

We have Glam Hatter Girls all over the U.K. Waiting to teach you a super fun crafty workshop The Glam Hatter Girls offer crafty hen parties Nationwide. Wether you are having an intimate do for close friends or a huge one for all your friends, family and colleagues, we can[…]

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DIY Xmas Wreath Tutorial [Using Leopard Print!]

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Hi There Craft People, here is my DIY Xmas Wreath Making Tutorial. As you know I am a big fan of leopard print, so for this tutorial I am going to be teaching you to make a leopard print DIY Xmas Wreath. If you’re a fan of kitsch this is[…]

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Fascinator Making Corporate Event in London For UBS

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We travelled to the UBS building for their corporate event in London. Their building is in Broadgate and is a hop and a skip away from our Glam Hatters’ studio in Angel. We have a major focus on corporate events in London and we think we’re pretty awesome at delivery[…]

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The Society Of Antiquaries Fascinator Making Events In London

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The Glam Hatters hosted a series of fascinator making events in London at The Society Of Antiquaries this August. Based on their exhibition “Blood Royals”, we designed a bespoke felt fascinator workshop using felt, beading and Swarovski crystals.  Taking the Richard III and Edward IV panel paintings shown at the exhibition as[…]

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