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Realising a dream, maker and creator Collete Ford at Cockatoo Make and Do Studio has opened her first full-time studio at The Courtyard Craft Centre in Lytchett Minster. The exciting achievement allows nearlyweds to visit and discuss creating a lasting memento of their wedding day by encapsulating their flowers in resin. Collete has been working with resin for the past three years, developing a wide range of items with something for every budget. With an ever-increasing selection to choose from, couples will be able to select something special. The company offers a local collection service that ensures the flowers are dried to perfection, although couples can send their flowers by post or deliver the blooms to the studio. Couples will also soon have the option of a laser-engraved range, made from wood or acrylic, for personalised thank-you gifts or quirky wedding favours.
The Cockatoo Make and Do Studio website is still under construction, but the team can be reached via firstname.lastname@example.org or www.facebook.com/Cockatoomakeanddostudio