I love making wreaths, so I decided to offer wreath-making lessons. I provided all the materials to make Christmas wreaths plus continental breakfast and lunch.
Second Harvest food bank.
We start the morning with mimosas and a delicious frittata,
The beautiful wreath featured at the top of the post is made by three-time Wreath Clinic veteran, Mary Ann:
Here is Shelley's wreath:
and her cousin Kellie's:
Their grandmother, Martha, made a kissing ball:
Shelley's mother, Susan, made a fresh topiary:
Kellie's mother, Ginger, made two dried topiaries:
Some people are done with their creations by lunch; others finish up or make a second piece after lunch. Lydia made a fresh candle wreath after lunch:
The Sunday crew asked if the Wreath Clinic was a sleepover. Last year, Tracy Lou and I were still making topiaries after dinner in the dark wearing warm gloves.
Since I can't seem to cover these events in only one post, you will have to wait until next time to see what Tracy and her friends created. You will be amazed!