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Fascinator making course
Fascinator Lover Course (Booked online with Hotcourses)
by Tanya - November 2015

This was a good introduction to making a fascinator. Toyn was helpful and very knowledgeable. The only thing I would say is make sure you know where you are going - we put in the post code given to us and it was several roads away from where the course was being held. Fortunately Toyn received my help email and called me to give directions.

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