|Second Use Staff Member Sheena McNeice will teach the coat hook/jewelry holder part of the workshop.|
She wants people to realize that greater use of salvage means diverting waste from landfills and increasing the community’s self-sufficiency. It costs nothing to observe the workshops. If you want to make a project, there is a modest $10 fee for materials. Second Use has this notice on their website: Registration will be limited to 45 guests and will fill up quickly! Please register online today. Kit fees will be required prior to the event and can be paid by check, cash, or credit card. To pay with a credit card, please call Second Use at 206-763-6929.
|Do you see the potential in these materials? The staff at Second Use does. See below.|
|Make candlesticks from recycled turned wood!|
He believes that when people become involved in making the things they use and give as gifts they take, "...a powerful step to balance out the consumer orientation we encounter so much elsewhere in our lives." He suggests we put a little of ourselves into gift giving this season.
|McNeice will guide you through every step.|
Stay tuned for another post on Good Life Northwest about the exciting Black Friday Sale on November 29, and the Handmade Market happening on December 1. Photos by Mary Anne Carter Please "like" Good Life Northwest on Facebook. Thanks!
Note: If you already produce handmade items to sell, and would like to do so at the Handmade Market event for only $15 per space, you can access the vendor application here. Don't wait too long. They are only accepting twenty vendors.
Photos by Mary Anne Carter
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