When I first moved to London, Tatty Devine jewellery seemed to symbolise everything that was attractive about the city: shiny, colourful and witty. Ten years on and I'm not sure I still think of London being those things (maybe something else rhyming with 'witty'? I'm kidding!) but Tatty Devine certainly still has it's allure. It's a wonder then that the Tatty Devine workshop is only just now offering jewellery-making parties as it seems an obvious choice for such a playful brand. This week I sampled the joys of making one of their bunting necklaces at a breakfast workshop and I can't tell you how cute and fun it was. Playing with the colours and coming up with my own design was almost meditative and the TD girls were on hand to give helpful tips and make sure we didn't bodge things up. Even better was the sense of achievement I felt when people said, "Love the necklace," and I could respond, "Yeah, made it this morning." The party package includes material for 8-12 people to make a necklace or charm bracelet, Fentimans drinks or prosecco (depending on which package you choose), popcorn, sweet treats, and 15% off jewellery on the day plus you can make your own playlist to groove along to. I'd get your mates on board and organise a party even if it's no-one's birthday or hen.