During these times of smaller gatherings and lots of quality couch time, it can be a bit challenging to think outside the box in terms of indoor activities, especially as the weather gets colder. Many of us have been trying out new recipes, performing at-home wine tastings, and tapping into our crafty sides. To help mix things up, I’ve created a list of five virtual ways to get creative with friends and family this winter.
Sam also offers her own Wine Club as well as online brand consulting. Click here to book a tasting. Check her out and start sipping!
If you haven't been able to attend a past workshop, Petal & Ink will be adding future events so make sure to follow them on Instagram for updates.
4. At Home Cooking Classes
Knowing that currently travel is limited, especially internationally, their virtual workshops give you a taste of Italy right from your home. It allows you to daydream about future travels while learning about Italian culture. Prices range starting around $55, which includes the necessary ingredients as well as wine paired by their in-house sommelier. Click here for class options and availability.
We recently participated in a New Year’s Eve Virtual Paint Nite and, while we’re no Picasso’s, had a blast while doing it. A supply list was provided to us, along with a link to the event, making it extremely simple to prep for the night.
We’re all looking forward to a time when we can pack into crowded rooms with family and friends and take part in these types of activities in-person again. Until then, I hope these virtual events provide a bit of an escape.
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