the foraged wreath at wildcraft

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Before I sign off for the holidays, I wanted to share some photos from The Foraged Wreath class I taught at Wildcraft a few weeks ago. My sweet student, Cheryl Juetten, a local photographer, was kind enough to snap some photos! 

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Chelsea, owner and creator of Wildcraft, set the scene with an outdoor fire, a pot of pine on the stove, and her usual inspiring studio with tea and treats.

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This was Marianne's lovely creation made from cedar, pine and holly.

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We made two wreaths, one on a traditional wreath form and one on a homemade base of twigs.

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We foraged materials on the meadows and forests overlooking The Columbia River Gorge.

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After an invigorating foraging session in the snow, we enjoyed a warm lunch of French onion soup and a plethora of vegetarian dishes, some made with veggies harvested from Chelsea's winter garden.

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Chelsea always sets an inspiring table!

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And here's sweet Joy with a basket full of goodies!

For more info on Wildcraft, visit their site!

A special thank you to Cheryl Juetten for the photos (contact: cheryljuetten(at)hotmail(dot)com ).

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