I hope I’m not the only one who hasn’t decorated for the holidays yet. We tend to wait until the weekend after (or after after) Thanksgiving to put everything up, even as it seems the rest of the homes in our neighborhood are shaming us with their lights and wreaths before the turkey leftovers are gone.
That’s why it’s good to know about Linda Hobbins in Potomac. Linda works from this carriage house adjacent to her home, where she produces the most spectacular wreaths, floral arrangements, centerpieces, and holiday creations from fresh, silk and dried flowers and greenery.
It’s no wonder her work is impeccable, as she’s been a volunteer with the National Cathedral Flower Guild for 15 years, which produced fresh flower arrangements year round. She also is a former floral designer with Behnkes in Potomac, where she got an additional 10 years of training in wreath making and arrangements.
So, if you’re contemplating where to get some really special holiday decor, I would highly recommend a drive out to her workshop, Custom Wreaths of Potomac. Here’s all the eye candy you’ll see there:
Just delightful. I can envision this little tree with the birds out on my front porch! Happy holidays.