Foraged Wreath Workshops
Sunday, October 28th: 11-1
Friday, November 2nd: 6-8
Sunday, November 4th: 11-1
I’m thrilled to invite you to join me in my magical & rustic studio for a journey through the world of autumnal wild-crafted wreath making.
Our enchanting Trillium Finch wreaths are a totem to nature we bring into our homes, bringing with them a touch of the earth's bounty to anchor us through the dark winter months.
Come learn to create your own beautiful wreath, using materials foraged from the garden, forest and fields.
All materials will be provided to create a sweet 10-15" wreath. Warm seasonal food & beverage will be offered as well (think soup & cheese board).
Participants are encouraged to bring with them any special treasures from their season—a feather, favorite seed pod, crystal, etc—to incorporate into their design.
The studio is in an old dairy barn so layering of clothes is a must!
Cost of workshop: $80.00 (Non-refundable)
Get your tickets HERE.
Questions? Email us at TrilliumFinch@gmail.com.
I look forward to sharing my space with you!
May 26-27: Open Studios Weekend
Come see where the Trillium Finch magic happens and meet other makers who share this wonderful space here at Shelburne Pond Studios. Visitors are invited to wander freely among the studios and stalls at 1260 Pond Road in Shelburne, Vermont from 10 am to 5 pm on Saturday May 26 and Sunday May 27. Participating artists will share work-in-progress, perform demonstrations, answer visitor questions, and sell finished work. Visitors can also enjoy free live music, treat themselves to great food, and relax in the sculpture garden of this magnificent 12-acre property.
June 2: Grow Your Own Cut Flowers - Workshop at Red Wagon Plants
Have you always wanted to have a lush, flowery cutting patch? If so, this is the workshop for you! We will be diving in to all the wonderful parts of growing your own cut flowers. Nina will go over all the magical varieties of cutting flowers and herbs that Red Wagon has for you to plant now! We will then move on to the how-to of:
- Prepping beds and pots
- Compost and fertilizers
- Succession planting
- Pinching for more blooms
- Cutting tips
Come meet other flower lovers and join the sustainable flower movement. This is the first part in our cut flower series. Part 2, in August, will be about flower harvesting, post-harvest handling, and arranging. Register here for this fun event.