Garden Graffiti rang in the New Year at Woodford Folk Festival, where we taught over 90 people how to make our everlasting flower crowns – they were such a hit that we decided to bring them to the streets of Brisbane!
Spend the afternoon of March 2nd at Wandering Cooks in this two hour workshop where you will learn the different techniques of individually wiring stems and learning how to solidly construct a crown.
The techniques you learn are the same as using fresh florals but we will have an incredible selection of dried florals (you will be amazed at the variety of colours + textures!) to choose from.
We really encourage you to go for it, and there will be two of us floating around to help you wire, so the crown you make is utterly unique to you.
Wear it on your hat, hang it over your mirror, crown yourself for the afternoon, or do all three, because these babies last forever!
All skills are welcome. Tickets are $70, covering a beer, wine or cider at the bar to kick things off, the workshop, the crown, and don’t forget all that knowledge! All materials and tools supplied.
After teaching workshops at the TATE Museum in London, a solid stint at a flower school in Tuscany and a summer of florals in New York, Kat has returned to Brisbane to begin Garden Graffiti, her latest venture.
Our last workshop SOLD OUT, so if you’re thinking about it, maybe just do it. Only 15 tickets available.