Holiday Wreath Decorating
Wed, Nov 28 - 2018, 6:45 pm
Seats: 20 seats available
Skill Level: Beginner
Come add some fun holiday swag to our beautiful evergreen wreath – it’s just waiting for you to put your creative stamp on it!
Join us for the second part of our First Ever Holiday Extravaganza at The Danby Gathery! Show us your Holiday Spirit by decorating your very own fresh evergreen wreath with shiny, winter-inspired additions. Decorate your front door for the Holidays in awesome DIY style! (If you want to join us for first part – a holiday centerpiece, you can just add that when you checkout, for an additional $25, which is a $10 discount from a regular class!)
What to Expect
- All materials will be included (craft supplies, fresh greens, decor stems, etc.)
- Aprons & gloves provided
- Please arrive 15 min early to allow time to get settled & get drinks
This venue does NOT have a bar, so please Bring Your Own Beverage. We will have hot cider, kettle corn and other light snacks. Please drink responsibly.
Also, we want to see your silly and crafty Holiday Spirits by wearing your favorite Holiday Sweater during the Workshop! The winner will be revealed at the end of the event and will receive a Wine & Blooms Gift Certificate!
About the Instructor
Kalee Doeing is a local artist who has recently fallen in love with plants. She LOVES teaching about DIY gardening crafts. Kalee grew up in rural Pennsylvania. She fostered her love of art through grade school and even has a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree with a concentration in Ceramic Arts from Wells College, Aurora NY. Her art has driven her to travel to interesting places like Alaska and Florence.
Her hobbies include hiking, acrylic and watercolor painting, pottery, travel, and spending quality time with her two wonderful kids Savannah and Cole and their dog Rosie.
One day, Kalee hopes to have her own ceramics studio to make her ceramic creations. For now, she just wants to share her passion for art and plants with others!click HERE for more courses by this instructor.