The class is drop-in style so you come and go as you'd like. They set you up with what you need and you craft away. I'm not an expert crafter so I personally would've liked a little more direction, but at the same time, I appreciated being able to socialize with my friend while creating the wreath instead of listening to an instructor.
Students selected from a traditional green or white sparkly wreath. I did the latter. The materials used were:
-3 bunches of florals
Once you have the materials you start building the wreath and when you like the placement you can use wire and/or hot glue to secure. It's best to glue the base of the florals, as opposed to the leaves and petals themselves. I was doing it that way but it wasn't sticking. A few of my pieces fell off after so I suggest wire as well to be sure all is secure. Please ignore the doodles in the photos below, they are not mine haha!
The whole experience was really wonderful! I highly recommend you stop by Michael's for a craft. They even have classes for kids, too. Be sure to check out their calendar to upcoming events!