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Native Wreath Making

  • The Freedom Hub 283 Young Street Waterloo, NSW, 2017 Australia (map)
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NATIVE WREATH MAKING

Get your home holiday season-ready by learning how to create an incredible native floral wreath.

At this morning workshop, you'll be shown how to design, style and construct a beautiful wreath using fresh native foliage and watercolours. You will be given all the materials to create a stunning natural wreath using foliage and buds that will dry out to last the whole festive season. The wreath will be complemented with folded paper and watercolour flowers made on the day. You will be shown how to apply branches to your hoop and two floral techniques which you can customise to your own aesthetic.

The finished wreath is a perfect gift or great decoration for your own home. No previous experience is necessary as we will guide you every step of the way.

*As this is a Saturday event there will be no creche available. 

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Meet Alicia Jacenko

Atelier Jacenko is the studio of designer and educator, Alicia Jacenko, working in the fields of design, education & social impact. Alicia completed a Bachelor of Design from UNSW CoFA in 2006, specialising in Textile & Graphics/Media with first class honours. Whilst working in the commercial textile industry Alicia also began to investigate the power of education in accepting a position as a design tutor at CoFA. This lead to the study and attainment of a Graduate Diploma in Education specialising in Design & Technology studies from UNDA. Upon completion Alicia worked for 5 years as a Secondary Senior Design teacher, mentoring a guiding students in the development of their own Major Works. In the last 2 years Alicia also began studying a MBA in Social Impact, whilst taking leave from full-time work to start her own family. Amidst all of this she enjoys making time for herself to extend her creativity and loves to help others do the same.

 

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The Green(er) Family + Clothing Swap