In this premium workshop, you will learn how to create two beautiful wreaths from scratch: an asymmetrical grapevine and a full circle wire frame wreath.
We’ll learn about the design principles of wreath making: layering and depth, volume and height, and the secret to making loose and natural looking wreaths. Natalie walks us through layering textures and elements, with tips for using materials sourced in your part of the world.
Native Poppy is all about seeing floral design as a natural garden and modeling your creations off of what you would find in nature: florals and botanicals don’t naturally grow evenly or perfectly line up.
Embrace the freedom to be messy and imprecise, setting perfection aside. Allow your designs and elements to be a little untamed with uneven lengths for a wild and elegant creation. Natalie likes to think of wreath design like modeling clay — you can shape your elements and ingredients into whatever you want.
With just a few techniques and skills covered in our digital tutorial, you’ll be able to create one-of-a-kind, uniquely designed wreaths to fit any style. And the best part? This art form is so versatile and flexible, Natalie gives us the confidence and skills to get wild and create beautifully elegant wreaths with any combination of purchased, handcrafted or found elements.
PLEASE NOTE: If you purchased the “Pampas & Thistle”, “Strawflower & Peach Ruscus” and/or “Yarrow & Plumosa Fern” Wreath Making Workshops earlier this year, you already have access to the complete video workshop. You can purchase our newest seasonal botanicals here.
Purchasing this workshop today starts makers off with our Copper Beech & Bunny Tail Wreath Bundle Materials Kit (see images below) featuring elements to create a full grapevine wreath with seasonally inspired botanicals, including a lovely shade of dried copper beech, wild dried pampas grass and soft bunny tails to transition from summer to fall.