I also make made to order Headpieces....

Wispa Wears Headpieces are originally designed, hand-made, bespoke pieces that can be created for any occasion and to suit any budget.

Made to last for years and to withstand the most raucous of parties, no two pieces are exactly the same so you can expect to turn heads with a Wispa Wears design.


Why not visit my Etsy shop: https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/WispaWearsHeadpieces

Email me for commissions at wispa1@gmail.com

Tropical Headpieces now available! 
Perfect for Summer festivals! £45 plus postage and packaging. Choose any colours. Email me for orders at wispa1@gmail.com 


Results from my second and third sessions of my millinery course...

'Spider, Web and Dew on Leaves' Cocktail hat, October 2017 - Just in time for Halloween!

Making the hat Base...

Ironing the Sinamay leaves...

Joining the spider, leaves and netting to the hat base...

Finished cocktail hat with more embroidery on the spider and added pearls...

I've started a millinery course with Good Golly Miss Molly and here are the results from my first session: 

'Arrow Through The Heart' Sinnamay fascinator, Sept 2017:

A 1920's style headpiece I made for a themed event in Newcastle, July 2017:


Headpieces on tour for Love International festival, Croatia 2017:

'Under The Sea' inspired headpieces for 'What The Freak' music event 2017: 

'Mermaid To Last' headpiece, 'Mermaid To Last' original prototype headpiece with matching epaulettes set & 'Dawn Treader' ship headpiece. All with handcrafted pearl and beadwork. 

 Inkfolk's 5th Birthday Headpiece for the Black and Gold party 2017:

'Mermaid To Last' made for a friend 2017:

'Mermaid To Last' Headpiece and Epaulettes:

Two pieces I made at Christmas 2016:

A series of fascinators I made for Howarth Steampunk convention:

Here I am selling my wares at Country club with one satified customer who found an alternative way to wear his fascinator! :D

One of my over-sized fascinators for a comission:

Flower Power headpiece I made for a comission:

Flower Power headpiece I made for somebody's wedding:

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