Make your own Christmas decorations with British seasonal Foliage and trimmings.
Spend some time with us at our relaxed workshops in the run up to Christmas. I'll show you have to make a traditional wreath or garland using British seasonal Foliage, mainly grown by Antony and I here is Leeds.
How does it work?
In each of our workshops I'll show you a step by step process that everyone can follow to create their perfect decoration. It's your chosen combination of foliage and decorations that make the designs individual. You're free to use as much or as little of this to influence your perfect design.
Workshops last between 2 and 3.5 hours. The time allows for you to make your wreath without rushing.
All equipment and materials are included so that you do not need to remember to bring anything with you.
I'll help you as much or as little as you need to create a decoration that you'll hang with pride in your home or are as a gift with a friend or relative.
Workshops at HQ are limited to 8 places so that there is enough time and space for everyone to have fun and receive individual attention from me.
You'll take home your completed decoration and enjoy it everyday of the season and perhaps for longer.
Here's what people say about our Christmas Workshops!
'I attended a Christmas Wreath making workshop and I really enjoyed it. Rebecca was very welcoming, friendly and helpful. There was a fantastic range of foliage and extras to add that finishing touch. I'm really pleased with my finished wreath and it looks great on my front door.'
'Took part in one of Rebecca's Christmas wreath workshops recently. It was such a wonderful afternoon, getting creative foliage grown locally by Rebecca and her husband. A great teacher, great chat and great company. Would highly recommend Silver Grey Foliage.'
'I love Silver Grey Foliage. I've done 2 of their Christmas Wreath workshops now (one even delivered remotely during the pandemic) which are fantastic, using great quality foliage and with really easy to follow tutoring to create something unique. They last long after Christmas too (ours was still going strong into February!).'