Creative: Rita Bradshaw and Lauren Yuile with paper beads and jewellery they have made.
Creative: Rita Bradshaw and Lauren Yuile with paper beads and jewellery they have made.

Transform paper into beads

THE best boredom buster ever, is how Rita Bradshaw and Lauren Yuile describe paper bead making.

“It was a great thing to do when I was unwell and had a week off school a while ago,” Rita said.

“I still love making the beads and am always discovering new effects.”

Rita and Lauren will share their skills at this month’s Peace Festival Remade Remnants Workshop on Sunday afternoon.

“It’s so easy and cheap and you can make some great jewellery,” Lauren said.

Join the workshop this weekend and the girls will help you make your own unique piece of jewellery.

Come on down to the School of Total Education dining hall (wooden building) from 2.30pm to 4pm tomorrow.

Entry is by gold coin donation and all are welcome.

All you need to bring is some coloured paper, ruler and scissors, with all other material as well as afternoon tea supplied.

For more information call Ruth on 4661 5420 or 0438 661 632.


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