Thanksgiving has gone and past, and December is here at last! That means chucking autumnal wreaths back to the fall decor box in the attic and brushing the dust of the one marked 鈥淴mas.鈥 But before you try untangling cobwebs from last year鈥檚 faux-fir door decoration, consider making a fresh new circlet. And we mean fresh. This holiday season we鈥檙e hosting a wreath making class with Farmgirl Flowers at the Brit + Co Holiday Shop, where you can assemble a gorgeous wreath from fresh cut flowers to hang on your door, mantel or anywhere you feel is festively appropriate.

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If you鈥檙e in San Francisco this winter, join us for an evening of wreath making with Christina Stembel, the creative tour de force behind the budding flower arrangement company Farmgirl Flowers. If you鈥檙e not in the Bay Area, we totally condone road tripping or hopping on a plane for the sake of a good DIY. OR if you鈥檙e not up to a trek to SF, you can totally still take a class from Farmgirl Flowers from the comfort of your home with our Floral Arranging Online Class. Regardless, if you鈥檙e planning on taking this gorgeous greens and seasonal flowers course IRL on Wednesday, December 9 from 5:30pm to 7:30pm, you鈥檇 better register quick, because space and blossoms are limited!

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After scoring a spot in the wreath making class, make sure to head to the Brit + Co Holiday Shop early to browse all of the unique gifts for every type of creative on your holiday shopping list. While you鈥檙e at it, take advantage of our FREE gift wrap station 鈥 equipped with shimmery paper, glitter tape and the best ribbons available, of course 鈥 so that those prezzies look tres chic and en flique. You know you wanna swing by the Brit + Co Holiday Shop at 2120 Union Street in SF between 11am and 8pm Monday through Saturday or 11am and 5pm Sundays and get those creative juices growing (get it, because flowers?). Can鈥檛 wait to see you at the Shop!

Have a fresh-picked bloom wreath design of your own? Show us on Instagram with the hashtag #britstagram.