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CHRISTMAS WREATH WORKSHOP
Thursday 29 Nov 2018 6.30pm – 8.30pm
Wednesday 5 Dec 2018 6.30pm – 8.30pm
Everlasting Botanical Wreath Workshop
Courtyard Beer Garden, Capital Brewing Co
Building 3/1 Dairy Rd, Fyshwick ACT
$149 per person (includes Eventbrite booking fee)
This festive season be guided by Larissa, who will teach you how to create a gorgeous dried botanical wreath inspired by nature.
This piece will not only be a statement Christmas decoration, but can be hung in the home all year round.
Connect with other like-hearted flower lovers while learning tips and tricks from market to home, flower care, foraging, what’s in season, botanicals you will be working with, some sustainable floristry practices, and secrets on where to source your blooms in Canberra.
The workshop will be held under cover in the courtyard beer garden at Capital Brewing Co.
Burgers, beers and refreshments can be purchased from neighboring Brod Burger or the bar upon arrival.
YOU WILL MAKE
A 40cm everlasting dried botanical wreath using a melody of both fresh and dried flowers and foliage’s in an organic style with a Christmas influence.
YOU WILL LEARN
Larissa will share her flower story, plus tips and tricks from market to home, flower care, foraging, what’s in season, to what botanicals you will be working with, wreath making, as well as some sustainable floristry practices. There will also be plenty of Q & A time.
GIFT A TICKET OR YOUR WREATH
Ideal for gifting or self love this Christmas! Treat yourself, or simply give your botanical masterpiece as a gift.
Limited number of tickets available.
Tips & tricks on wreath making
Flower care, from market to home
Dried everlasting botanical wreath demonstration
All flowers, foliages, wreath base, tools & materials provided
In the unlikely event that minimum numbers are not met, all patrons will be notified 1 week prior to the workshop date and be issued a full refund.
Due to popular demand, two workshop dates have been released.
Thursday 29 November 2018 6.30pm – 8.30pm
Wednesday 5 December 2018 6.30pm – 8.30pm