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Sunday, 22 November 2020

ReSparkle! 2020: our online seasonal creative making workshop is on Sunday Dec 13th, 3-5pm







ReSparkle! 2020 is a fun crafts-making online workshop where you are guided to work at home using household materials to create beautiful things. It's on Zoom on Sunday December 13th from 3-5pm.

The workshop is free: please register for a free ticket on Eventbrite at https://tinyurl.com/y27vzkvb Then we'll be able to email you the Zoom access link before the event.

What will we do? We'll offer you a series of practical crafts activities: 20 minutes for each. Our artist leaders will demonstrate and guide you, and in parallel others will be working on the same activity. Some of the activities will be making decorations, some could be presents. We can all show off what's created and take screenshots with your permission. If you like you can post pictures of your creations online. Use the hashtag #resparkle!2020

Soon, we'll share with you what materials you'll need to get together in advance at home. Typically that could include wrapping paper, newspaper, magazines, scissors, gluesticks, string or thread, masking tape. Lots of the materials might have been going into the recycling bag - so we'll be creating beauty out of waste.

Who is Resparkle! 2020 designed for? Anyone of any age; individuals who would like to do something different; housemates and families who can share a screen; carers who would like to get some ideas and experience of how to enjoy crafts safely and inexpensively at home with younger children.

We've offered lots of earlier ReSparkle workshops since 2012 - all face to face. Click here for some past TTT blog posts & photos of what's been created.

ReSparkle!2020 will be the same but different. We believe that online workshops can be welcoming, sociable and beneficial for wellbeing and connection. On Zoom we're all invited into each others' homes - so there are many layers of welcome and community.

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