Turn junk into funk with Megan Bayliss of The Junk Wave and raise money for the children on Baruni rubbish dump, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, at the same time.
This is a purse for a curse fundraising workshop. Do something to help others while saving the environment AND walk away with a drop-dead gorgeous piece of bling.
Make a bracelet; stay longer to turn it into a coin purse.
On Saturday 5th September, 2015, Megan welcomes you into her own home to teach you to weave waste plastic food packets into gorgeous fashion items: a bangle or a coin purse.
Make a bangle from chip packets – $20.00. 10 am – 12 noon. Or, stay on to:
Make a coin purse from post consumer plastic packaging – $50.00 (includes the tuition for bangle making – you must come to the first session to learn the weave). Noon – 2 pm.
Tuition includes :
- theory on plastics in the ocean (do you know how much plastic litter is in the Coral Sea?),
- weave history,
- written tutorial (for coin purse students),
- joining implements (for coin purse students),
- zip (for coin purse students) and
- storage container for your woven project.
- Morning tea (for those staying on to make coin purses, bring some finger food to create a shared lunch)
To register: Contact Megan Bayliss to reserve your place and get her address. Workshop limited to 12 people….unless you want to donate space, tables and chairs for your organisation’s people to also attend.
To pay: For a tax receipt, please make your fully tax-deductible donation immediately to Operation Food for Life ($20 for bangle class, $50 for bangle and coin purse class). Once your transaction is completed please immediately send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org stating who you are, when and how much you have donated so an Australian Tax Deductible receipt can be issued. Also cc Megan Bayliss know so she doesn’t have to chase you for payment.
If you prefer to pay cash WITHOUT a tax-deductible receipt, pay Megan Bayliss on the day and she will transfer to Operation Food for Life.
Bring: A pair of scissors and any empty chip packets you can save from landfill or ocean. Don’t stress if you don’t have any chip packets – Megan has you covered. Staying for the coin purse workshop extension? Bring some finger food for a shared lunch.
In the words of best-selling author and leadership trainer, Orrin Woodward, “Never leave the scene of a decision without taking action toward it.” If you have decided to come, make your fully tax-deductible donation to Operation Food for Life NOW.
Keep talking garbage, my Cherubs. See you at the Cairns workshop on Sat 5th September at 10am.