On October 27th in Boonah, you can weave them into drop-dead gorgeous fashion accessories for you and your home.
Bags, photo frames, sit-upons, plant pots, bunting: all from material that costs you nothing but is an invaluable save to the environment.
Learn how to weave noxious plastic waste into handbags at a master-class in Boonah on Saturday 27th October.
Expressions of interest are now open:
Where: Boonah Organisation for a Sustainable Shire (BOSS)
Cost: $60.00 per person. Book in and pay with a friend or relative (children 10+) and EACH get $10.00 off the cost of the ticket.
What's included: Tuition, Starter kit, morning tea and lunch. A master-class takes you through all the stages of the bag making. You will not get a complete bag made but you will see me show each stage AND you will get your own bag started.
What to bring: Do a street clean up and bring any plastic food wrapper litter. Chip packets, chocolate and ice cream wrappers are often dropped where they wash into storm drains and straight out to sea. Use this free material to make a sustainable bag for yourself. Bring scissors and a marker pen too (biro, texta or sharpie)