Pre-order NOW for delivery w/c 22 November 2021
I think we’re all going to need a bit of cheer this Christmas! Being outside and crafting are the 2 things that make me happy and in this masterclass I combine the two to enable you to make a beautiful Christmas wreath for your front door that will really make the guests arriving at your house very happy! Here’s how you can make your own Christmas Wreath with my Online Masterclass. I’ll send you a kit in the post containing:
- Wire wreath ring
- Moss (sourced sustainably in the UK)
- Twine to bind the moss to the ring
- Moss Pins and wires to attach foliage to the ring
These ingredients will give you all you need to make a moss wreath base for your wreath. I also want to encourage you to go outside and find nature’s treasure’s to decorate your wreath. I really believe that being outside on a walk where you’re looking in the hedgerows and trees slows you down and make you appreciate what we have around us. Some people would call it mindful, for me its just about being outdoors, not being in a rush and appreciating the beauty around us.
I’ll also send you a link to the online videos and resources to guide you through foraging for foliage, berries, seedheads and cones available in Winter in your garden or the hedgerows you can find all around you (even if you live in an urban area!).
I’ll share with you the techniques I’ve learned so you can add them to your base to make a whimsical and unique wreath to decorate your front door this Christmas. I’ll even share my Christmas Wreath Making Playlist!
I’ll include tips on looking after your wreath and will be available by email or via social media to answer any questions.
ORDER NOW FOR DELIVERY W/C 23 NOVEMBER
I will be donating £2 from every kit sold this Christmas to a local charity close to my heart.
Us in a Bus provide support to people with profound learning disabilities who often have no speech. They can be very isolated and the team at Us in a Bus visit them in their home every week to spend some focused time with them, on them, encouraging conversations and connections. This year especially I have realised how important connections with others are to me and how much we take the little conversations with others in our daily lives for granted. Covid-19 has made a huge financial dent in the the organisation’s income and I’d like to help to secure their wonderful work.