Holiday Wreath Making
Tuesday, December 20th @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm$58
:: PLEASE NOTE: For in-person classes, all students must provide proof of full vaccination prior to entry. Masks are recommended, but not required for vaccinated students. All of our instructors are fully vaccinated. For more information, please visit our Covid-19 policy page. ::
Ahhh yes, it’s decorative wreath season again, friends!! In this class, you will learn to attach fresh, seasonal greens, ribbon, pine cones, and other embellishments to a 10″ hoop. The resulting wreath will be about 12-14″ in diameter, and will be great for hanging both indoor and outdoor. Once you’ve aced your wreath making skills, you will be able to use them to make wreaths, crowns, or even garlands. You will leave class with one holiday wreath! Fresh, fun, and festive!!
Supplies Needed: None. We will supply all materials for making your wreath. You are welcome to bring your own shears and any little bits of decoration you have around the house, such as bows, pine cones, etc.
Instructor Bio: Since 2018, Jocy Alcantara has been getting WorkshopSF students excited over learning and experimenting with a whole range of fun, new, creative skills! She has transformed her lifelong passion for all things DIY into artistic expertise in areas such as macrame, candle making, crafts with plants + gardens, apparel + fabric dyeing, and many more. Originally from Viña Del Mar, Chile, Jocy is fluent in both English and Spanish, and can offer instruction in either language. Follow all of her creative experiments and pursuits on Insta at @diyoice.
The rules / important stuff: We have a NO EXCEPTIONS 72 HOUR CANCELLATION policy – this includes cancellation, re-books, gift certificates, moving classes, etc. For more information on canceling a class, please read our cancellation policy. All classes are 21+ unless you email for permission. If any questions, please email us at info AT workshopsf DOT org.
ALL CLASSES TAKE PLACE AT WORKSHOP SF LOCATED AT 1310 HAIGHT STREET UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED ON THE TITLE AND LISTING.