Flower wreath-making on July 18th

€75,00
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Designing with greens, dried flowers and grasses with a 100% natural base wreath. On a beautiful outside location near Amsterdam. photo credit: Ingrid Hofstra
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Flowerwreath making by Blomsterkrans

 

Workshop details 

DateSaturday the 18th of July

Time:  in the morning, 10:00 - around 12.00

Location: AMSTERDAM, De Hoorneboeg Hilversum

Address: Hoorneboeg 5, Hilversum

You can have lunch afterward, let me know if you are interested and I will make sure it is arranged.  

Extra!

  • Coffee/thee and something sweet is included. 
  • Lunch: 15,- p.p. (these costs are not included with the workshop)

 

Cost: The costs for this workshop are € 75,00 per person, inclusive 21% VAT.

For who: there is much to learn in this workshop and is open for everyone. Both beginners and experienced are welcome. There is a limited amount of places for each workshop, so be quick.

You will learn about the process of during flowers and arranging in the style of Blomsterkrans. The starting point of the workshop is the use of natural materials, the flowers, and the styling of the wreath. Blomsterkrans will share their knowledge and experience in making a playful spring wreath with seasonal flowers. We will use an artisanal braided willow wreath that can be used for years to come after the workshop.

Be inspired by all the materials we will bring, fresh greens, dried flowers, and grasses that will last for a very long time. You will not only go home with a self-made flower wreath. It will be a very enjoyable and inspiring workshop with a small group. We will have drinks and homemade snacks.

About the hosts: Blomsterkrans

At Blomsterkrans you will find flower wreaths that are a little different from traditional wreaths; they are playful, natural, and particularly stylish. Blomsterkrans was founded by Chantana and Bineke, a creative studio that runs an online store with flower wreaths. Together they work on concepts, product development, and various projects where design and craftsmanship are essential.