Springtime Easter Wreath Workshop, Strathblane

Join Burnbrae Crafts for their Springtime Easter Wreath Workshop on March 27th at the The Village Club.

Springtime Easter Wreath Workshop, Strathblane

About Springtime Easter Wreath Workshop, Strathblane

A relaxed and fun afternoon of craft, for people who love to get creative and enjoy all things handmade. No experience is necessary, as all techniques are straightforward and instruction will be given.

You’ll be shown how to create a wreath base out of birch twigs and other natural materials, decorate paper eggs, make flowers from ribbon & hessian and then combine all the elements together to make a colourful wreath to celebrate the arrival of spring.

We'll have a break for tea and cake mid-afternoon.

All materials are included.

While we take every opportunity to ensure the details for Springtime Easter Wreath Workshop, Strathblane are accurate, we always advise that you contact the event organiser before setting out for the event to avoid disapointment.

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