Zoom Hands-On Creative Crafting

Modern Grapevine Wreath Workshop

Saturday, Nov. 21, 2020 from 10 – 11:30 am

With Rachel Brownlee

Kick off the Holiday season with your friends and family – no matter where they are!

Create your own modern grapevine wreath with a Boho flair! Step-by step, local floral artist Rachel Brownlee will lead us through crafting a welcoming contemporary wreath. We will embellish the rustic grapevine base with a mix of fresh-cut greenery, ivy, sea oats, feathers, pinecone, and dried oranges for a pop of cheerful color. Work along with Rachel via Zoom and your wreath should be ready to adorn your front door by the end of the workshop!

Two Ticket Options:

  • $12.99 + tax: View the Zoom Workshop. No Wreath Kit, but lots of fun. You will be sent a unique Zoom Link via email to attend. This link should not be shared with others.
  • $44.99 + tax: Includes all materials needed to create a long-lasting wreath of your own. You will need to pick up your Wreath Kit at Reems Creek Nursery starting Wed, Nov. 18 at 9 am. You will be sent a unique Zoom Link via email to attend. This link should not be shared with others.

Your Pre-Paid Wreath Kit will include: Grapevine wreath base, a mixture of beautiful fresh-cut greenery, ivy, sea oats, pheasant feathers, pinecone, dried oranges, and wire. You will need to provide your own scissors/clippers and a work surface. *Sorry, no refunds for kits that are not picked up.

  • Both ticket levels will be sent a unique Zoom Link via email to attend. This link should not be shared with others.

About RACHEL BROWNLEE: A fascination and excitement for growing and arranging flowers has been central to Rachel Brownlee’s experience as a floral designer for over 18 years. Working from her property in Western North Carolina, Brownlee enjoys growing the majority of material she uses in her designs with an emphasis on promoting the special delights of seasonal flowers. A background in sustainable agriculture and fine-gardening compliment a desire to work with the native landscape to create unique, regionally significant bouquets and centerpieces. See her beautiful work at www.mountainfloral.org.