Make bowls out of waste paper. That’s right, recycled paper craft bowls.
At a recycled craft workshop in Cairns on Saturday, February the 16th, Megan Bayliss of The Junk Wave will show and train you in three different types of bowls:
- a bowl or Easter basket made from shredded paper
- a delicate and translucent bowl made from used tissue paper (the type used in gift baskets and shoe boxes – NOT the type we sneeze into!)
- Megan’s signature bowl: the ultimately popular and hugely trendy woven bowl made from magazines or old books.
Register NOW for this entertaining, green and ever so community minded three-hour workshop in Cairns. It feels good and powerful to come to The Junk Wave workshops because you know you are doing the right thing by the environment by using recycled materials in your crafts.
Send an email now to register: we need your name, your address, your email and whether you are bringing anyone with you (single invoice for multiple people gives you an extra discount!).
We will email you back an invoice and confirm registration.
TEN ONLY workshop positions so please don’t be disappointed. REGISTER NOW!
Come along to help do something good for the environment, to learn three bowl making techniques and to start your own woven bowl ready to complete at home.
When: Saturday Feb 16th, 9.30-12.30 (only $30.00 for repeat workshop attendees with an added discount for all who bring a friend).
Where: Uniting Care Community’s Mooroobool Community Support Service, 2 Rambutan Close, Manunda (Cairns).
How much? $35.00 (or $30.00 for those who have come to Megan’s workshops before and for those who bring a friend).
Kids? This workshop is suitable for kids 10+ The paper-folding on the coiled bowl needs stronger fingers so it is not suitable for younger children.
Book now as there are only
10 9 places.