My new love…. WREATHS!

I started making wreaths about 6 months ago and I’m in love!  I can’t get enough.  Every time I go to a craft store… you know, to get just ONE thing, I end up coming home with multiple LARGE bags of beautiful silk flowers.  I love them all; from simple daisies and sunflowers to big bold hydrangeas and chrysanthemums.  They’re just gorgeous!  Seriously, I think I’m addicted.  Then when I get them home and start cutting and arranging them all together adding greenery, bows and hand painted signs I’m in heaven. I have so much fun making them!

shanonigans spring-wreaths

I’m having so much fun in fact, I’ve decided to host a wreath making workshop so others can join in on this floral crafting excitement.  This will be a hands on workshop where you will be given tips and tricks on how to make your very own Spring Wreath for your front door or other home decor needs.  Here is the Spring Wreath we will be making:

shanonigans-spring-wreath-workshop-2016

You can choose your main flower color between buttercup, blue, coral, or teal.  All wreath making supplies will be provided and light snacks will be served.  There’s only room for up to 8 participants so be sure to preregister early.

Only $40 per person!

To register please click here!

If you are unable to make it to this event but would like to know about future events please follow Shanonigans on Facebook here or sign up to be on the Shanonigans email list here.

If you would like to purchase this wreath or one like it please email me at myshanonigans@gmail.com  or message me via facebook here

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