Updated: 2 days ago
I hope you're well.
As you may have seen, my winter workshops are live for booking at either Eventbrite or over on Cademy.
If you're new to winter workshops with me, I thought I'd tell you a little more about content. There are many offerings for wreath workshops all around at this time and you might wonder how to choose or whether I'm a good fit for the kind of class you might enjoy.
My offering is very much a gentle way of spending a couple of hours making time for yourself, creating something beautiful for your door, and taking things slowly. I offer the space for you to do that. There is no pressure. We simply enjoy our creative time together. No experience is necessary, and many people are first time wreath makers, so you'll be perfectly at home if you've not done this before.
I don't play festive tunes, but instead prefer something a little softer. I understand that some people prefer a calm start to a bouncy, hectic holiday period, and this is the space I offer. I've been blessed with the company of some lovely creative women and men folk who enjoy a step away from the fast pace of the holidays in order to spend some time creating with a nod to the forthcoming festivities, but without all the hustle of it .... just yet!
All foliage is British and seasonal; nothing is imported and that's how I like it. I support local growers, and I aim to be as sustainable as I can be in practice.
My teaching is gentle and inclusive. I love connecting with you and I hope you will find me warm and welcoming. I simply want you to enjoy the experience, to feel that you are worth the time we spend together, and that you take away some element of calm before the Christmas storm!
There will, of course, be refreshments available, and, as well as your hand crafted door wreath, you will take away a coco-soy candle for your home that has the most lovely scent; warm, musky, beautifully fragrant, that will remind you of our time together.
I'd love to see you. Please be in touch if you have questions or need to know anything more than my information on either booking platform.
Here is the link for the Samlesbury Hall workshops on Wednesday and Thursday, 29 & 30 November
Here is the link for the Brinscall Hall workshop on Saturday 9 December
I hope this is helpful as you come to choose where to make your door wreath for the holiday period.
All best wishes