Wreaths date back to ancient Rome and Greece where circular shapes were made using fresh tree leaves and adorned with small fruits and flowers. To some, the shape represents eternity, with no beginning and no end. No matter your beliefs, the wreath is a festive addition to holiday decorations. Whether you hang it on your door or over your hearth, the pleasing shape and seasonal colors will add a lovely focal point to your home.
We’d love to invite you to create your own wreath with Ootsie’s Bloosoms and Boutique this Saturday, November 4, 2017. From 2-5 pm you can join us and we’ll take you through wreath making step-by-step and give you all the supplies you will need to create one of your very own handmade wreaths. Hang it in your home or give it to a friend or loved one this Christmas!
The class fee is $63.44 and registration is available online through this link. The deadline to sign up is Friday, November 3rd.
We’re so excited to help you create your very own Christmas Wreath!
Ootsie’s Blossoms and Boutique
105 North Main Street
Fairview, Oklahoma 73737
Hello!! I am a simple person with a passion for flowers and home décor. I am crazy about my God, family and business. I am not fancy with my words or in person. I say it like it is and love to share my passion. I love to talk about the things I am passionate about. My husband of 36+ years is my ROCK!!! His passions are tractors, old engines and lathes. He goes to the tractor shows which gives me a chance to go antiquing and visiting green houses, so it works out very nicely. I LOVE to learn all I can about flowers and gardening. Now you wouldn't think that were the case if you came to my house because I don't have a large garden, but that is my plan when I retire at 60 (7 years away, happy dance, happy dance). My plan is to play in the dirt when we are not traveling. So, little by little I am working to make my back yard my "Ootsie Oasis" for when I retire. I hope you enjoy playing with flowers and playing in the dirt with me, because that's what I love to do. I may not know all there is to know about flowers and dirt, but I love researching and figuring it all out. Hey it's dirt, what could possibly go wrong? RIGHT? As I always say. "BLOOM WHERE YOU ARE PLANTED BECAUSE I BELIEVE IN YOU!!"