Wreaths - 20 December 5.30pm

florals-9.jpg
IMG_1303.JPG
florals-8.jpg
IMG_1482.JPG
IMG_1485.JPG
florals-9.jpg
IMG_1303.JPG
florals-8.jpg
IMG_1482.JPG
IMG_1485.JPG

Wreaths - 20 December 5.30pm

120.00
Quantity:
Add To Cart

WREATH WORKSHOP

WITH ALL PROCEEDS GOING TO FOXGLOVE PROJECT


Come and enjoy a festive eve and learn how to make a botanical wreath using foam free techniques and local fresh materials.

The landscaped courtyard of the Art Geo Cultural Precinct in Busselton is set to come to life and you're in for a real treat!  Cherise doesn’t just teach you how to make a wreath, she wants you to enjoy a really beautiful Christmas experience that is a special tradition with De La Terre.

Join us in the open air and under the fairy lights as the sunsets. Enjoy a glass of bubbly and some nibbles.

Bring a friend, your mum, your daughter!

WHEN:
Thursday 20 December 2018

TIME:
5.30 to 7.30pm

LOCATION:
Art Geo Courtyard, Cultural Precinct, Busselton
Parking off Marine Terrace, Busselton

DETAILS:

  • Learn floristry techniques and create a long lasting evergreen wreath

  • All materials and equipment provided

  • Light refreshments included

  • Suitable for beginners to creatives fine tuning their skills

 

ALL PROCEEDS GO TO FOXGLOVE PROJECT

De La Terre is partnering with an amazing organisation, Foxglove Project, that supports women in Rwanda through Self Help Groups that empower women and in turn help transform their communities.

Foxglove supports their communities in providing engaging village support, personal development and vocational training, entrepreneurship mentoring and small internal group loans. With this foundation, the women establish micro businesses in agriculture, animal husbandry, handicrafts and petit trade. From tiny beginnings, women from the Self Help Groups take care of their own family and community needs.

Bridget from Foxglove in Perth will be joining us to share the amazing outcomes and precious stories of the women benefiting from being involved.

Wreaths are symbolic of unity and growth which is exactly what Foxglove represents. What a perfect opportunity to come together in creative community ourselves and support such a heartfelt cause.

 

BONUS!

Local Illustrator and Card Designer Alana from She Eats Paper will have her beautiful range of gift cards and wrapping paper on display and available for purchase on the night. Alana’s illustrations are inspired by her love of nature, the beauty in the simple things, honesty in expressions and the 'want' to make people just, smile.