Festive wreathe made from natural materials
Get creative for Christmas with eco friendly materials

It fills us with joy and wonder to say that Festive workshops are back! This year we’re stoked to have Ellie from Sage and the Moon running workshops at both Newquay and Perranporth, showing us how to make a festive wreath from eco friendly and local materials.

Ellie is inspired by wild, seasonal and foraged materials and has been playing with willow and wild craft in her spare time for many moons.

Learn how to weave a traditional rustic willow hoop and adorn it with locally foraged fresh and dried festive foliage, Cornish tartan ribbon, dried fruits and hand collected feathers.

Stories of willow weaving and the environmental benefits of willow will be shared over mince pies and mulled wine.

No previous experience is necessary for this workshop… all levels of craftiness are welcome here! Small group of 8 people 🙂

NEWQUAY: Monday 29th November, 2:30pm – 4.30pm at Sprout Health Foods

PERRANPORTH: Saturday 27th November, 2:30pm – 4.30pm at Sprout at The Yard

Message directly with any inquiries or to book. Tickets are £35pp and available from either venue – pop in or you are welcome to give us a call at 01637 875845.

All materials, equipment, mulled wine and mince pies are included. We hope to see you there!

Events details
DateSaturday 27th at Perranporth. Monday 29th at Newquay
Time2.30pm - 4.30pm
Maximum group size8 people
Cost£35 all materials, mulled wine and mince pies included.
Booking requiredYes. Please message Sprout via Facebook or call 01637 875845 to book.

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