I designed a special wreath project for the Ruth Bancroft Garden in Walnut Creek and it launches on Saturday!
I taught my felt succulent garden class as a pre-recorded, self-paced workshop with the Garden back in May and the Program Coordinator Alice loved the idea of hosting a wreath workshop with both succulents and florals inspired by the flowers that bloom in the garden. Since in-person events are still on hiatus, we planned for this second class to be a pre-record, self-paced workshop, too.
The wreaths feature a variety of generic succulents plus two flowers inspired by Eriocephalus africanus (white with black center) and Baileya multiradiata (yellow).
I prepared kits with a 10-inch grapevine wreath, felt in a succulent palette and floral colors, templates, and step by step instructions. Plus, a video tutorial!
If we were to hold the class in person we would have set up in the event center patio. But crafting in the comfort of your home in pajamas is also fun!
I loved creating this special project for the Garden!
PS There’s still time to sign up for this workshop. Visit the Garden event page.