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Create eco-friendly

& non-toxic alternatives

Wool Dryer Balls (style varies monthly) | Beginner Friendly

Instructor: Alan Pippy  | Included: 2 hours of instruction & supplies

Age Group: Adult Workshop

Price: $50 + tax

 

Wool dryer balls are the best kept eco-friendly secret!

During this fun beginner workshop, Alan will guide you through the steps to making 2 of your very own reusable dryer balls, using a felting tool and wool roving. One will be provided, as an example and to take home at the end of the class. Therefore, participants will leave with 3 completed wool dryer balls.

 

Wool dryer balls are all natural and will last for approx.1000 dryer loads. They are the perfect alternative to commercial dryer balls which are made from plastic, or dryer sheets which are made of polyester. If you miss the fresh scent of dryer sheets you can add a few drops of essential oil to each ball, before throwing them in with your laundry.

Beeswax Wraps Workshop | Beginner Friendly

Instructor: Alan Pippy | Included: 1 hours of instruction & supplies

Age group: Adult Workshop

Price: $50 + tax 

 

When packaging or storing food, many of us use plastic wrap to help keep our food fresh. However, there are some great alternative eco friendly options that we're excited to teach you about!

Beeswax food wraps have become increasingly popular, not only because they are environmentally friendly but, also because they are budget friendly. This wonderful product is reusable and allows your food to breath. They are a great natural and sustainable alternative for food storage and will keep your food fresh longer.

During this fun and interactive workshop, Alan will guide you through the steps to making your very own beeswax wraps to take home.

Eco Tea Bag Bookmarks | Beginner Friendly

Instructor: Alan Pippy | Included: 2 hours of instruction & supplies

Age Group: Best suited for adults

(Participants under 19 require guardian accompaniment - 2 tickets)

Price: $35+tax 

 

This unique workshop was inspired by Artist Ruby Silvious, Author of "363 Days of Tea." This novel follows the artist's 363-day journey, as she creates miniature paintings using repurposed tea bags as her canvas.

During this fun craft class, participants will learn about eco friendly living while making upcycled bookmarks out of tea bags. This is a beginner friendly class and therefore no experience is needed to join in on the fun.

Using watercolor paints as our creative medium, you will be guided through the steps to making 2 - 3 bookmarks to take home with you at the end of this class.

 

You will learn:

  • How to clean & prepare your teabag for painting

  • About some famous artists who create teabag art

  • Various styles, patterns and color contracts