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Creative Reuse Class with SCRAP

Sunday Parkways invites you to this free class to learns marbling techniques, constructing no-sew fabric bowls and building beautiful cardboard sculptures.

Photograph of woman in homemade pencil costume

Explore exciting new ways to create with fabric and paper scraps! In this craft demonstration, Lisa LeDoux from SCRAP will teach you how to create art out of household items. We'll cover paper marbling techniques, constructing no-sew fabric bowls and building beautiful cardboard sculptures. 

More about SCRAP: 

SCRAP is a non-profit creative reuse center located at 1736 SW Alder Street, Portland. Our mission is to inspire creative reuse and environmentally sustainable behavior by providing educational programs and affordable materials to the community. Because creative expression shouldn't break the bank or the environment. Learn more at portland.scrapcreativereuse.org 
 

More about Lisa LeDoux:  

Lisa is the education director for the SCRAP network of creative reuse centers. She is a maker that loves to be challenged to see old materials in new ways. 

You can find Lisa and SCRAP on: 

Facebook: @scrappdxreuse 

Instagram: @scrapportland 

Twitter: @SCRAPPDX 

This free event is brought to you by #SundayParkwaysatHome, presented by Kaiser Permanente.   

Join us live on the Sunday Parkways Facebook page