Wreaths 2023: It’s a wrap!

That’s a wrap on our wreath classes this season! Thank you to the over 200 students who attended class this year through our private classes, team workshops, and our sliding scale public and career student workshop. These are a few beautiful samples from students: Janine, Jennifer, Anna and Patricia. Merry Christmas!🌿🌿🌿

Nature for Replenishment

Making wreaths has proved grounding during this time and I’ve loved bringing this joy, nature, and crafting time to so many people this year. I am going to offer one public live wreath class this season, on December 16th at 9 am PST. In this wreath class, we’ll be covering the technique around a classical style wreath in a compostable method. Feel free to just show up with the supplies you have  to enjoy making a wreath with a group. 

You can sign up here. Entry is free for all career students. Entry fee is sliding scale, pay what you can. Recipe and supplies below. 

Please don’t stop calling for a ceasefire right now, every day that you are able. Easy and quick action points here. If you miss a day, start again the next day. I am fighting with you!❤️

You’ll need:

flower clippers

natural wreath base


15-30 large stems of fresh greens 

Selection of other decorations as you desire:

dried grasses, seedpods, or twigs

pinecones, thistles

dried oranges

fresh fruit like oranges, apples, pears

berries like ivy berries, rosehips, hawthorne, cotoneaster, virginia creeper

dried flowers


If you prefer a streaming  workshop, you can sign up for the Wreath Masterclass where you learn 3 wreath styles (2 traditional, one compostable, free form)  right here.

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