The

Winter Wreath

Tutorial

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16 Comments

  1. Lee

    Fabulous! So good to hear and see you demonstrate. The tips are very iseful too. Thank you for sharing your knowledge about wreaths and what to dress them with. Looking forward to the next one.

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    • WildFloraStudio

      Oh thank you Lee for your lovely feedback! I’ve got a fun little challenge coming up so I hope you’ll be inspired to make one [or 10] for yourself. Not long to wait now, Nadine 🍂

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      • Alanna

        WOW 🤩

        This video is above and beyond amazing.

        Thank you for this inspiring Winter Wreath video tutorial brimming with wonderful techniques and tips, presented in your true professional, passionate and genuinely encouraging signature style, engaging us with your dedication and love for Nature and eco friendly methods in floristry.

        The video is a credit to you and your team and family support network In everything you do from creating your Ivy studio and your environment to the insanely talented videographer, Flore. You are right, her vision and execution ARE ‘next level’ brilliance!

        Thank you for sharing your skills and talent .

        You are a true master.

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        • WildFloraStudio

          Alanna!!! oh my , what a truly amazing & beautiful comment / feedback. Thank you so much for sharing here xx
          Yes, I agree, Flore is a master film-maker!
          I’m very blessed to have such a talented, passionate, supportive team & family so I can realise my dream in creating this for you all. Wait till you see what’s coming!! 😊✨✨

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  2. Tracy Holtze

    Looking out in the garden in the rain now to forage goodies for my wreath. Lovely.
    What a beautiful space and garden you have.
    Always wanted to be a florist but life and career decisions took me away from it. At least now I have the time to be able to play and make and your video and membership sounds so exciting.

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    • WildFloraStudio

      Hi Tracey, well if you’re looking at your garden with new eyes, ready to forage & make then my work here is done! hehehe love that.I hear that so often that floristry was something people ‘had always wanted to do’ & I’m glad this could be a lovely, gentle starting point for you, if nothing else it will feed your creative soul every month. Nadine 🍂

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  3. Franka

    Thank you very much for sharing this tutorial and for inspiring me Nadine. I will definitely give this a try. Also loved to see the very beautiful footage of your garden and your studio. Best wishes from Lightning Ridge

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    • WildFloraStudio

      My pleasure Franka & thank you for your lovely feedback. Yes please do, I have a fun little challenge coming up so I hope that will give you another reason to get your hands busy making & give it a go. thanks, Nadine 🍂

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  4. Rachel

    What a beautiful way to seasonally reuse the wreath. Yes I’d love to see this European tradition embraced in Australia too. It would be great to see you decorate this wreath again every season Nadine.

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    • WildFloraStudio

      I totally agree Rachel, let’s make it a ‘thing’. Would be a great way for retail shops to encourage return clients or workshops. & thanks great idea, how about I redecorate for Christmas as a bonus mini tutorial?

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      • Rachel

        That would be wonderful Nadine! I’ve already made my Wisteria wreaths and I’m organised for my Christmas Wreath Workshop. I’m excited to see how you would decorate it

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        • WildFloraStudio

          Oh that’s great!
          & so many different ways, I think I’ll also show you all how I create a full foliage base [not using vine] as an alternative way to create a sustainable full covered wreath too.

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  5. nat.mlb@hotmail.com

    Stunning and packed with so much information and inspiration, absolutely love love love this first tutorial!!

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    • WildFloraStudio

      Awwww, thank you so much Natalie, hard to believe it really is traditional wreath time so soon.

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  6. Meg

    Love the custom of redecorating and displaying a seasonal wreath, would love to see that happening in Australia!
    Thankyou for a very simple but new (to me) technique that really makes me want to get out there for a good forage

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    • WildFloraStudio

      Me too Megen, let’s make it a ‘thing’ with our clients. Thank you & yes now is the time getting ready for Christmas wreaths.. I think we all need a circle of love & unity this year!
      N🌱

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