We are so excited to host you in our upcoming class! One week before class we will email everyone the complete shopping list and then a few days before class we will email the detailed recipe packet and a Zoom link. Until then, below is a list of ingredients and equipment that you’ll need.

On the menu:
Wild Holiday Frame Wreath
Evergreen Swag

Before the day of class you will want to gather the natural materials to use to create your wreath. Evergreen branches, conifer boughs, rosehips, and dried flowers to name a few optionals, but the world is open to what you would like to put on your wreath! You can go as simple and classic as you would like (a bay laurel wreath is beautiful on it’s own!) or as wild and whimsical as you are craving. A video with our wood nymph, Renee will be sent out to all students with foraging, plant tips, and sourcing materials a week before class. 

Wreath Frame Options:
– Willow or grapevine dried wreath frame (recommend size 10-14 inches)
– Reusable wire wreath frame (recommend size 12-18 inches)
– Gold macrame loop

Tools for Wreath Making:
– Floral wire, 22-26-gauge (green, gold, silver, brass) (24-gauge is the most versatile)
– Garden pruners
– Garden gloves (to keep your hands protected from prickly branches)
– Wire cutters
– Sturdy Twine
– Thread or embroidery floss, embroidery needle (Optional)
– Fishing line (Optional)
– Ribbon (Optional)
– Citrus fruit (Optional for drying )
– Evergreens, conifer boughs, dried flowers, and other winter magic for the wreath! (We will be sending you a video a week before with information on how to gather, where to source to buy, and quantities depending on the wreath style you are making!)