Jewell House NYC: Dried Flower Wreath Making Workshop
2:00 pm – 6:30 pm
Dried flower wreath making workshop by Hijiri Shepherd @heartfishpress Date: Sunday, June 25th Time: 2:00pm – 4:00pm & 4:30pm – 6:30pm Price: $75 Duration: 2hr Location: Jewell House 46 E. 21st Street, 3FL, New York, NY, 10010 (646) 932-1227 / email@example.com
WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION INCLUDING LEARNING OBJECTIVES
During this two-hour workshop, you will have the opportunity to create a half wreath adorned with preserved hydrangeas, dried baby’s breath, and other dried flowers. You will be presented with two options: a vibrant rainbow wreath featuring colorful hydrangeas on a gold wreath ring, or a more natural wreath showcasing white hydrangeas on a grapevine wreath (please refer to the provided sample photos). Throughout the workshop, you will receive detailed guidance, ensuring you are guided step by step. Additionally, you will have the freedom to select dried flowers according to your preferences, allowing you to personalize and create a unique wreath of your own.
These flowers are not artificial; rather, they are preserved and dried, ensuring their longevity if cared for properly.
***This is a kid-friendly course! Kids under 10 years old can also participate with adult supervision.
WORKSHOP FACILITATOR DETAILS Instructor: Hijiri Shepherd
Hijiri owns and designs at Heartfish Press (http://www.heartfishpress.com), a studio located in Brooklyn, NY, specializing in letterpress printing and floral design. The studio offers a variety of letterpress prints, cards, and custom design services that involve creating floral designs using dried flowers.
Hijiri studied graphic design in Tokyo and pursued art direction at a university in San Francisco. After completing her studies, she worked as an art director at an advertising agency. In 2008, she moved to New York City and started working as a freelance designer. It was during this time that she discovered her passion for letterpress printing and the joy of crafting handmade items, which motivated her to establish her own business. Recently, Hijiri has been devoting a lot of her creative energy to exploring the art of dried flower arrangement, and she has developed a deep love for this craft along the way.