Rustic Eco-friendly Wreath
Wednesday 2nd December 2pm-4.30pm (fully booked)
Wednesday 2nd December 6.30pm-9pm (1 place available)
Tuesday 8th December 2pm-4.30pm (2 places available)
Would you love to make a Christmas Wreath using foraged foliage, natural materials and that is completely recyclable? Then this is the one for you. Everything in this wreath will either decompose naturally or can be used again.
With the emphasis on a very rustic natural look you will create the base and then attach foraged foliage (and you can bring your own as well if you like) and include dried materials such as poppy seed heads, cones, grasses, feathers, twigs that you can use again next year! You will create the whole design yourself (including the base). Complete with hessian ribbon (optional).
Long lasting (we make these in October for our own front doors), they will last throughout the festive season and into the New Year!
The workshop includes all the materials, foliage and ribbons that you need to complete the item(s).
You will also be provided with tools to use during the session. If you wish to purchase tools, we have these available and can be purchased during the session.
We suggest you bring your camera to take photos as a reminder of what you have learnt during the session.
We would recommend wearing comfortable shoes and clothing that you don't mind getting wet or dirty (as wreath making is especially grubby!).
This workshop is held at The Cambridge Flower School, Newton Hall, Cambridge CB22 7ZE.
The full fee is £90.00.
You can book this workshop online or call us on 01223 655661.
Once you have booked your place(s) we will email you further details of the workshop including a location map with how to find The Cambridge Flower School.