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Dried Flower Wreath Workshop with Solstice Flower Works 


Instructor: Alex Hale
Dates: March 30th
Times: Saturday, 1:00pm – 3:30pm
Where: Ulna Art Studio, 215 SE Morrison
class size is limited to 15 students

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In this workshop, you’ll learn how to make your own dried flower wreath, and we’ll talk about how they can bring meaning into our worlds. Solstice Flower Works owner Alex will demonstrate a step-by-step process of how to design and create a wreath. Then it’s your turn! There will be ample time for each participant to design and create their own wreath. All  flowers, foliage, and other wreath materials will be provided.

Expect to finish the workshop with a beautiful wreath, a little wreath zine, and the knowledge and skill of how to create another one in the future. This class welcomes people of any skill level to join, ages 16+.

We will provide all the materials and supplies for making a dried flower wreath, as well as cozy drinks and snacks.

Wreaths have been a culturally-significant symbol for thousands of years, primarily throughout the European continent. Throughout history, wreaths have symbolized victory, wisdom, and everlasting life, as well as blessings for a family or on a season’s harvest. In any case, it’s clear: wreaths can act as meaningful symbols to remind us of our values and what we want to bring into the world. 

The price of this workshop is sliding scale to create a wider financial access to participate. If you’re unsure which price is for you, check out this graphic, created by Ride Free Fearless Money. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact Alex:

About the instructor: Alex Hale started Solstice Flower Works in 2021, and is stoked to bring flowers to her communities in the Portland area and nationwide.

About our classroom space: Ulna studio is a creative space located on the 7th floor of the Portland Storage Building on SE Morrison st. There is usually elevator access for arrival to your in person class. Students have the option of leaving via a staircase.