Feeling Eastery? Easter crept up on you a bit? Want to feel more Eastery?!
Make your own pretty pastel Easter/Spring themed wreath with me this week or over the holidays.
You'll receive a kit containing everything you need (apart from scissors, a needle & thread and/or a hot glue gun if you have one) to make a unique textile wreath decoration for your wall or door.
You'll also get an invitation to join a live online demo/workalong one morning or evening this week on Zoom and then a second link to access the recording afterwards to watch at any time to suit you if you can't join me live.
Materials are the typical #peaceandcraft cocktail of vintage, premium & stashed textiles, beautiful scraps and interesting textures. This kit focuses on gorgeous spring feels - light vintage lace (lots of lace!), pretty pastel colours and cute extras. You'll get more than enough to create a fully covered wire base with coloured accents and a luxurious leaves & bows bundle corsage.
There'll be plenty of scope & space for you to add some fresh or dried flowers from home or other personalisations with lots of ideas & tips for your own touches shared during the live workalong.
£12 introductory price includes:
* Kit containing all materials for one wreath;
you'll get: 12" wire frame, hand-picked textiles including a variety of lace, textured yarns, ribbon, paper string, delicate decorative natural leaf skeletons, vintage buttons. Exact textiles may vary slightly from pictures depending on vintage or limited stock.
[note - fresh flowers & painted paper eggs are for personalisation ideas, not included in the kit]
you'll need: scissors, needle & thread, (optional) hot glue gun.
* email invitation link to join a live online recording of a 'workalong' demonstration session via Zoom (c.45 mins), followed by an interactive sharing and q&a session (entirely optional and not recorded).
* access via private link to the recorded tutorial to view at any time to suit you before 31 Dec 2021.
I love to see and share your creations. Tag #peaceandcraft to share your workshop or kit results on social media and follow @peaceandcraft to look out for others.