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Glue Deco Workshop @ WALNUT Tokyo

March 21, 2017

グルーデコワークショップ@WALNUT Tokyo

Glue deco workshop will be held at Walnut Tokyo.
This time, the amirisu original measure will be sparkling with Swarovski.
Simple with a single color, stripes with two colors, or even a little advanced, but adding letters is also cute! Create your own favorite measure.
Click here to apply.

"date"
・March 31 (Friday), April 1 (Saturday)
*The work will be completed in one day. Please choose a convenient date.

"time"
10:00-12:00

"place"
Walnut Tokyo
150-0001
5-12-10 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Suzuki Mansion 307
nearest station:
Ginza Line Omotesando Fukutoshin Line Meiji Jingu Hanzomon Line Shibuya

"price"
Lesson fee: 5,000 yen (excluding tax)
All materials and instructor fees are included. With tea.
* Those who already have an amirisu original measure will be refunded in cash on the day.

"Belongings"
Come empty-handed!

"Teacher"
Mint & Silk
A duo unit that conducts glue deco lessons and Swarovski accessories production in Tokyo.
The shiny squirrel brooch that Tokuko and Meri sometimes wear at Ust is her work.
Of course, you can also knit, so please join us in discussing knitting with Glue Deco.

"important point"
・Children are not allowed.
・Basically, the fee once transferred will not be refunded.
・For those who wish to continue as a lesson, the instructor will suggest other items. Basically, the lesson fee is 4,000 yen, and the material cost is added separately. Please ask your instructor for details.
・Please refrain from participating in anything other than the amirisu original major.






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