What’s it all about?
You’ve made it to autumn, finally! As the weather cools down, the summer blooms start to fade and it’s time to go foraging in the bush for something to bring into the house. In this one-night class, we will use natural materials to make an angular autumn wreath that will dry beautifully and look gorgeous in the winter light.
What will we cover?
We will talk about tips for foraging and using simple materials to make a sturdy but rustic angular wreath to hang about the house with fragrant evergreen that will both look good through to winter as well as smell amazing. Once you have learnt the basic skills, you can make your own in any size or shape!
Who will be teaching?
Ever since he was young, Graham has had a fascination with plants and floristry after pattering alongside his grandmother in the garden. Today, he spends his time outside architecture school to pursue his penchant on creating bespoke bouquets for that special person. Find him on Instagram @tweedtwigs for more creations!