Are you looking for a mindful experience to enjoy with your friends? Want to learn a new hobby or skill? If you’ve been searching for arts and craft classes near you, then this should be right at the top of your list because it takes place in your own HOME! During the Luxury Terrarium workshop you can expect: A relaxed tutorial with HOMEtainer Shilpa that gives you the opportunity to create beautiful, living landscapes. All materials, plants and equipment will be provided in your kit.Kit includes: Terrarium (20cm glass Victoriana style), Cork patter tool, 3 plants, Pebbles, Moss, Gravel, Potting soil, Watering syringe.14 day Plant Care Hotline (via WhatsApp). We’re obviously hoping you won’t need to use this but you can send HOMEtainer Shilpa photos of your terrariums should you be worried and she’ll do her best to diagnose the problem.Workshops will be run by Shilpa and her team. Shilpa runs a sustainable floristry company and is a lover of all things green. Shilpa’s workshops are regularly featured in the evening standard. The workshop will take the form of a guided, live, simple to follow demonstration to create your bottle garden with a recording available after the event.
Let your creativity run wild at a Shilpa’s floral workshop, in a fun, social and welcoming environment, suitable for all. Come along after work or on a weekend, and Shilpa will provide her expertise. Whether you consider yourself a green-fingered gardening maestro with robustly flowering rose bushes to boast of, or you can’t keep a cactus alive, you’re welcome at these judgement-free floral workshops. You’ll be working alongside HOMEtainer Shilpa, who’ll guide you along the process of creating a beautiful design. She offers personalised floral services to lend an air of elegance and style to a wide range of events. You’ll see theirr vibrant floral installations and bouquets bursting with colour at weddings, celebrations and events. Shilpa currently supplies floral designs to the Shangri-La at the Shard and creates stunning, retail floral installations in Central London.