A wreath to be proud of- Wreath making with Bareblooms


Picture this. A cosey country cottage, Sufjan Stevens Christmas album playing in the back ground, festive treats, mulled wine, a sun room full to the brim of green foliage and a table full of like minded creative ladies. This was the setting for the wonderful wreath making class I was invited to by the green fingered and talented Chloe of Bareblooms.

Sipping hot warm tea and later yummy alcohol free muled wine, we all got stuck into making our wreaths. The table full of moss, foliage, berries, dried hydrangeas, ivy, holly and more.  What I like about Chloe is that she only ever uses what that season provides and she is also very conscious of the earth, making sure that as much of what is used is biodegradable. Guilt free wreath making.

It was such a pleasure to be a part of such a wonderful class. Being surrounded by such lovely ladies one of which was the lovely Susan, a fellow blogger, we got up mischief at the end of the table with our cameras in hand. Each lady put their heart and souls into creating their own unique wreaths. Oh and the ginger muffins were so yummy.

So here is my wreath. I like to think its just what a Hobbit would have hanging on their door and although its not Chrissmy I love it. Due to using some dried flowers I have been unable to leave it on our front door which is ok because as you can see our front door needs some serious TLC.

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