Days out, Reviews

Christmas Wreath workshop with Flower30

🎶 Christmas time mistletoe and wine 🎶

I love Christmas! I’ve always liked it, but since having the boys I get really excited and this year is no exception! It will be Elijah’s first Christmas and Samuel is starting to really ‘get’ the whole Father Christmas thing!

So when I was kindly invited to go along to one of Flower30 Christmas Wreath Workshops I jumped at the chance!

This one was held at Doodle Pots Cafe in Holt, they do the nicest baby hand print Pottery!

I absolutely loved the workshop, Sharon makes you feel so welcome and the small workshop sizes means that you can all have a chat, it makes it a really sociable morning as well as a workshop to learn a new skill.

There was so much foliage to choose from, and we didn’t all have to have the same which I thought was nice, we could choose a style that suited us.

Everything that you needed was supplied, and I couldn’t believe the amount of choice we had! From the ribbon, dried fruit, cinnamon, Wooden stars, cotton and feathers to name a few!

I went for green and white theme, opting for lots of heather and olive branches and a base of blue pine.

This is Sharon! How nice are her aprons??!

Sharon’s instructions were easy to understand and the whole morning flowed effortlessly. There was even time for a cuppa and a mince pie!

‘It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas’

I’d highly recommend any of Sharon’s workshops if you like to find out more about them head over to her website www.flower30.co.uk

This is my wreath! (The reason you haven’t got a lovely Instagram worthy photo of it hanging on my door is that I can’t find my door hanger 🙈 a job for Sunday!)

I would call my wreath style rustic/ homemade!! I love it, but when you compare it to the other creations that day it is definitely rustic!

This definitely won’t be my last workshop! Have you been to any festive workshops?? Let me know in the comments.

 

Note: I was kindly gifted a space on this workshop for my honest review.

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