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Elworth Hall - Space03


Eco days are very popular with schools in helping to teach children about the importance of looking after our world. My Junk Art Workshops are the ideal way to get children enthusiastically involved, using different tools and equipment, working both individually and in teams to create funky and exciting art.

These quirky sheep were made using old tee shirts. The tee shirts were cut in a special way to produce 'tarn' which was then used to make pompoms. These were then attached to the prepared boards to create the sheep's fleece - one of my favourite outcomes!

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Turn a pile of waste cardboard into 2D textural art panels. Create crazy robots from tin cans and bits and bobs. Use plastic bottles to create colourful and wacky flower boards - melting and spray painting plastic - always a popular activity with children!

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