Would you like to get your hands dirty as you make kokedama to add a little green to your home? But, first, you likely want to know what in the world kokedama is, right?
Kokedama is an ancient Japanese technique (meaning moss ball), where a plant’s root system is bound with moss and string, transforming it into a mini work of art. Join Ladies Who Learn for an interactive class taught by Terry Furuta as she teaches us how to make our own kokedama and how to incorporate the Japanese “Wabi-Sabi” principle of embracing imperfection, impermanence and awareness of natural beauty into your everyday life. This style is perfect for succulents and adds aesthetic to your home or workspace.
Anyone who loves plants, wants to get their hands dirty, and be creative while getting the opportunity to enjoy the company of other professional women.
Step-by-step instruction on how to make a hanging kokedama and (importantly!), how to keep it alive
A brief history of the origins of the kokedama
Explore the principles of Wabi-Sabi and how to apply them to daily life
Discover how to enjoy the simple pleasure of getting your hands dirty
What you will get
All the materials to make your kokedama
Care instructions to ensure your kokedama thrive in their new home
Small bites + beverages
A shared, experiential networking event