Our workshops are designed for anyone who wants to release their inner creativity. Your time at “The Barn” will be interactive, collaborative, educational, but most of all FUN. You will be greeted with the ideal environment to explore seasonal materials to create something that is uniquely yours — regardless of skill level.
The dirt and seeds…
Creative workshops are held in "The Barn" on our secluded 7.5 acre woodland property just east of Redmond. Find us here!
All plant, structural, and decorative materials needed to bring your creation to life are included, except where noted.
Dress for the weather. The Barn’s thermostat is controlled by nature.
Bring work gloves and hand pruners.
Workshops are limited to 6 to 10 participants.
Private parties and groups are welcome to schedule a workshop by contacting me directly.
"Let your creative
juices flow. It is so much fun
that it has become a tradition.
I love it and highly recommend to create your own wreath
for the holidays with Cora."
Pick something to create!
Nothing welcomes summer like a variety of succulents at your door! Bring your own container that's been laying around and choose from a variety of hardy sempervivums (hens & chicks) and echeveria to create a mosaic of succulents. We'll mix the soil, and you do the design for a succulent summer! Containers should be 12"-15" diameter. If yours is a little bigger that's fine... smaller bring two.
Saturday, May 6 ---- 1:00pm - 2:30pm -- SOLD OUT
Sunday, May 7 ---- 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Welcome the changing season with this colorful and lush design for your front door. We'll start with my signature moss form and add seasonal branches, berries, preserved foliage, and other natural elements foraged from nature and the forest floor.
By the end of class, you will have a beautiful autumnal wreath to adorn your door!
Bring gloves and your favorite hand pruners and we'll provide the rest. (Don't have them? Don't worry, I'll have loaners.)
Saturday, September 9 ----1:00pm - 3:00pm
Sunday, September 10 ----11:00am - 1:00pm
Succulent pumpkins are easy to make and are perfect for your Thanksgiving dinner tablescape. They're long-lasting and come in a variety of shapes and colors -- pick up a few (the size of a softball or slightly bigger) in your favorite colors at your local grocer and bring them over for an afternoon of fall fun. You'll have an abundant assortment of succulents and echeverias, and other fall elements to choose from.
Saturday, October 7 ----1:00pm - 2:30pm
Sunday, October 8 ----1:00pm - 2:30pm