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Summer Wreath Workshop

5(2 reviews)
Our home is even more important to us now than ever before. During this time why not learn a new skill and decorate your home.
10 Students
£28 pp
2 hour
Beginner
About this class

The home is even more important to us now than ever before. During this time why not learn a new skill and decorate your home with a Summer Wreath. Why not get a bunch of friends together and learn together ?

I will teach you all the basics you'll need to create something quite beautiful. You don't need to buy anything, just see what you have at home, in the garden or foraged from your daily walk.

Your wreath could be made from twigs from the garden or an old wire hanger. Make sure your twigs are bendy enough…

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What you will learn
  • Introduction to Wreath Making
  • Learning about flowers and foliage
What you will need
  • Foliage and spring flowers
  • Spring Flowers, Evergreen foliage, Rosemary, Bay
  • Twigs. Make sure they are bendy

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Latest Reviews
5(2 reviews)
Emily - April 18th
I loved this online workshop! It was such a nice way to spend a couple of hours - both finding the twigs and flowers outside & then doing the class. My wreath turned out really well and Claire was a great teacher. I definitely recommend it!
Alice - April 5th
This was the most wonderful way to spend a few hours at home! Claire is really friendly and helpful and has found ways to teach the class without any of the usual bits and bobs you need to make a wreath. I made something I genuinely love, and felt both energised and mindful making it. One tip: look out for flexible branches (like ivy) for the wreath base, and at least some evergreen foliage for the wreath itself, so it lasts. Claire is really helpful if you want to know what kinds of foliage work - I just collected what I could and she told me what would work best. I only had a very small garden and an ordinary suburban park to forage from, and that was plenty.
Your Teacher
Teacher

Meet Claire, Founder of Lewis Rose Flowers based in East London. Lewis Rose Flowers was born from a passion of floristry. She brings with her 20 years of experience in Interior Styling for the Photographic Industry. Through her floristry it's easy to spot Claire's love for colour, texture and form.

Claire lives in East London, and started her career, as a stylist for ITV on the South Bank, London. After ITV she embarked on a career in the photographic world of interiors where she would work for leading Global brands travelling the world, dreaming one day of having…

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Booking Options

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Age Requirement

18

Flexible cancellation policy

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Reviews

Emily - April 18th
I loved this online workshop! It was such a nice way to spend a couple of hours - both finding the twigs and flowers outside & then doing the class. My wreath turned out really well and Claire was a great teacher. I definitely recommend it!
Alice - April 5th
This was the most wonderful way to spend a few hours at home! Claire is really friendly and helpful and has found ways to teach the class without any of the usual bits and bobs you need to make a wreath. I made something I genuinely love, and felt both energised and mindful making it. One tip: look out for flexible branches (like ivy) for the wreath base, and at least some evergreen foliage for the wreath itself, so it lasts. Claire is really helpful if you want to know what kinds of foliage work - I just collected what I could and she told me what would work best. I only had a very small garden and an ordinary suburban park to forage from, and that was plenty.