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This year’s holiday wreath workshop give you a chance to learn wreath making online, on your own schedule. This will be the only new, public wreath class we offer this season.
Gather greens, dried materials, berries, and seedpods, to make a luxurious holiday wreath with nature’s best ingredients.Fresh greens accented with dried ingredients form a classic circular wreath to decorate your front door with that unmistakable festive vibe. Add fruit or natural ribbons cascading down your wreath for extra lushness.
Tomorrow , on November 27th, we are making holiday wreaths at our online, Frolic Flower School! This is the only brand new, public workshop we will be offering for wreaths this season.
We’ll be focusing on making a lush, fresh, green wreath, with accents like fruit, pinecones, seeds, and grasses. All methods will use compostable materials. No wire will be used.
This is on on-demand, streaming workshop which will be available for streaming tomorrow at 7pm PST.
If you want to make-along with the workshop, you can bring the following supplies.
flower clippers twine grapevine wreath base 10 stems of various greens with small offshoots on the branches 10 stems of dried flowers or foliage 10 stems of seed heads 5 stems of berries like rose hips or viburnum 5 pieces of small fruit (optional) 2 yards of ribbon