DIY Xmas Wreath Making Kit

Our DIY Christmas wreath making kit will totally get you in the mood.

If you’re looking for a craft project to fill an winter afternoon, Kelly at FlowerSmith Studio has come up with just the thing.

Fantastic DIY Christmas Wreath Kits

The Flowersmith Studio owner Kelly O’Sullivan has packaged up her popular wreath making class so you can enjoy it at home (and make something gorgeous for your front door while you’re at it).

Classic Christmas Wreath

Kelly’s Xmas Wreath Making Kit includes everything you need to make a beautiful wreath (Fresh and Dried flowers). With its traditional colour palette, full of luscious greenery and texture, "Classic Christmas" is our take on a traditional festive Christmas.

Velvety Sussex Silver, bluey green Eucalyptus and bright red berries bring the luxury while coppery Bog Myrtle, Red Robbin Photinia and Pine Cones add a touch of rustic charm. Set atop a bed of Irish grown bed Noble Fir and Pine, on a moist moss base for freshness, "Classic Christmas" makes an elegant gift for someone special or a proud adornment for your own front door.

Step by step online video tutorial

We've created an easy to follow, step by step online video tutorial for you to access through a private link with password. You will learn how to use all natural ingredients to create a beautiful, fresh and long lasting wreath.

You also get a link to a private online, step-by-step tutorial to show you how to put it all together like a pro (no experience necessary).

With most social events postponed for now, a wreath making session would be a fun way to catch up and celebrate.“Why not invite a couple of your best bubble buds around and do it together over a coffee or glass of wine?”.

“Kits are being dispatched now at €65 local delivery starts at €10 and shipping starts at €12 or you can arrange to collect from our studio free of charge.”

You can view the full range by click on this link DIY Christmas Wreath Kits

It is a Wonderful time of the year!

With thanks to Katie Mythen-Lynch from