Step into Spring with an inspired Spring Natural Wreath, complimented by Nature with the promise of warmer days and new life yet to come.
Not just for Christmas, this stunning Rustic DIY wreath is a lovely way to adorn your front door year after year. A terrace perhaps? A wall in your home? Or even as a Centre Piece for a Easter table display with or without a candle. It would also make a fantastic gift for a crafter or as a creative gift for Mothers Day.
Suitable for beginners and self confessed non creatives, you will be guided step by step through the process of making the wreath from start to finish from completing the weaving of the base through to the decoration.
In our 'Workshop in a Box' we will supply all materials that you need to create this bespoke wreath. We’ll also pop in an easy to follow instructions and the link to the access to our online video where we’ll talk you through each step.
Once the wreath is completed, the skills that you acquire are transferable to making more Seasonal Wreaths in the future, including your very own Christmas Wreath.
Lichen Covered Twigs
guinea fowl feathers
Willow or Birch
Additional Ivy for weaving
Easy to follow instruction Sheet
Link to the online video with step by step instructions.
Additional support is available.
We will make every effort to provide the materials for you to produce a wreath as the image however slight differences may occur due to seasonal availability.
Only the bare essentials are needed
Scissors or secateurs
Glue Gun with Glue Sticks
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Jenni is really talented yet she makes it so easy to follow. Loved it
Response from Jenni Wren Designs:Thank you so much for your response, and I hope you get a lot of 'door envy' from your neighbours now you have put your beautiful wreath up. Well done for customising it, it looks stunning. Jenni
What fun to make your own wreath. Jennie’s instructions are easy to follow, and she’s certainly very skilled, although I think I need a bit more practice! :). I will be doing a Christmas Wreath this year too.
Response from Jenni Wren Designs:Thank you for your lovely review. Yes practice makes perfect and the skillset that you have acquired in making the wreath can be applied to making more in the future, especially, as you mentioned, for the most popular season of all Christmas.