For many, creating a winter wreath marks the beginning of the festive season. This month, friends and siblings of all ages started the holidays by coming along to one of our wreath making classes. They came to to let their imagination loose with all the wild, gnarly and textured branches and foliage that we had to offer. I love watching a wreath evolve over the winter months — how it dries and how the foliage changes color from green to rusty browns. So when the holidays are over, hold on to the new dried version of your wreath and enjoy it until spring comes.