Christmas Wreath Making Workshop

Adults class:

Thursday 13 December from 6-7:30pm. 

Cost of ticket $45 per head.

Enjoy a class of champagne from Plonk and nibbles from Mart Delicatessen, as you make a beautiful dried Christmas wreath that will last throughout the year.  The workshop includes a 40cm dried wreath, expert tutoring by Urban Jungle’s experienced florists and all flowers and foliages. No previous experience is necessary.

Kids class: 

Sunday 16 December 11:00 am -12:00 pm 

Cost of ticket $20 per head 

Includes a 25cm wreath, expert tutoring by Urban Jungle’s experienced florist, all flowers and foliages for the wreath and of course, laughs and giggles. No previous experience or equipment required. 

To book, visit Urban Jungle Canberra

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