Find wreath making workshops around the UK with talented creative tutors. Wreathes make beautiful additions to your home for any season and can be made using willow, fabric, felt, foliage and much more.
Join me for a 2hr flower wreath making workshop in our studio near Wimbledon and learn everything about dried and preserved flowers. You will be able to use these wreaths year after year.
We will start working with a basic base and then we will add some pretty dried and preserved flowers at the end for a more beautiful touch. You will be able to choose your favourite colours as we will have a large...
We are running a range of Easter Flower workshops covering a range of items including door wreaths to welcome the spring season in and table centres to brighten up your home over the Easter break.
All of these courses will demonstrate eco-friendly methods of making the arrangements and will use a wide range of beautiful spring flowers and foliage, including muscari, tulips, ranunculus and pussy willow.
The workshop will last 2 hours - get in...
Join me at my home studio for this hands on workshop creating a bespoke decorative wreath for the Easter/Spring period.
Easter is a time of celebration, religious or otherwise, a time for food & drink, friends & family and embracing the Spring season. Why not mark the occasion with your own beautiful handmade door hanging or table centre?!
Using a variety of fresh foliage, you will form the wreath shape and then build up your...
- Next course on 30th November 2019
Tresillian House hosts this fabulous one day course! Artisan Gardener Christina will demonstrate all you need to know to make a living wreath. A gorgeous addition to your garden, still ready and stunning to incorporate into your festive decorations at the end of the year and beyond. It is always so sad to see flowers and wreaths come to an end but the Living Wreath is exactly that! Living! Watch it grow and give endless...
Catherine Gray Flowers will teach you how to make a beautiful, festive door wreath.
Why buy a wreath from the shops when you can come to the farm, enjoy a festive snack and learn to make a unique one of your own? These long-lasting arrangements will stay perfect until Christmas and are sure to be the envy of all your friends and neighbours.
This course is suitable for everyone from complete beginners to more seasoned...
Make a Christmas Wreath
Learn how to make your own Christmas wreath with materials from nature. A lovely way to prepare for the festive season. This half day workshop is suitable for adults and families with children aged 8 and over. All materials provided but you may bring your own ribbons etc. to make the wreath more personal to you.
You will need to bring: Secateurs
Tutor: Sarah Green
Acton Scott Historic Working Farm...
Make a beautiful wreath in the traditional style starting with a wire frame and learning how to build it up with moss. The tutor will then guide you through each step to build up a luscious green base with a variety of high quality foliage. We will complete the session by creating and placing adornments to make your wreath totally individual.
All abilities welcome!
You can turn any of our courses into a short break...
Have fun turning old t-shirts and forgotten favourites into recycled works of art with the age-old skill of rag rugging. In this half day class you will begin a rag rug wreath, learning along the way:
- How to use the rag rug equipment
- How to work with hessian
- Materials (selecting & preparing)
- Both rag rugging techniques (loopy & shaggy)
You will be provided with all the materials you need during the...
Create your own rag wreath. Perfect for brightening up any room.
We have such a wide variety / colour of fabrics available to choose from, there is literally something for everyone.
We will be creating a wreath with a foam base.
A fun and relaxed afternoon of craft - no experience necessary.
You'll be shown how to make a simple wreath base from birch twigs and other natural materials.
We'll then decorate paper mache eggs and create flowers from ribbon and hessian.
All elements will be combined to create a colourful wreath to celebrate the arrival of spring.