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FREE WORKSHOP - CARLTON AND PARKVILLE GARAGE SALE TRAIL
Ever wondered how you can create something useful out items that you would normally throw away? In this hands-on workshop you will be introduced to the problem of waste in our cities and how each and every one of us can be part of making a sustainable future through up-cycling.
Kyle Bush of Humble Be Workshop will give participants an overview of what it means to be sustainable in today’s world, followed by a demonstration and creative workshop in which every participant will make their own up-cycled item to take home. Each person will have the choice between making a notebook OR a photo frame and will need to bring along some items to help make it their own personalised design.
Each person will have the choice between making a notebook OR a photo frame and will need to bring along some items to help make it their own personalised design.
For notebook: each participant will need to bring a piece of fabric to use as the book cover
(old clothing/curtains etc.) + a handful of A4 paper which has been printed on one side only.
For the photo frame: each participant will need to bring a printed photograph – landscape or portrait -
at the standard 4inches X 6 inches (102mm X 152mm) + an unwanted or second hand hardback book at least 120mm X 170mm in size.
If you would like to attend this workshop on the day please register and bring along the items above to make your own photo frame or notebook. Max. number of partipants is 25 people. This is a free event as part of the Carlton and Parkville Garage Sale Trail. The Good Cycles Group, Environment Victoria and City of Melbourne Sustainablity Team will be present at this event.
When & Where
City of Melbourne
This event is part of the Boyd Garage Sale Trail day - 26th October. To register a stall please visit: