This week has been very fun and exciting; I have been assisting Christine Leech of @sewyeah with making a series of large sustainable decorations for Bath Christmas Market, made from several hundred recycled plastic bottles and bags!

I have been posting about it all week on my Instagram but now here are all my photos in one place. Overall, we made a large chandelier, a smaller chandelier, a giant wreath, four smaller wreaths, and a lot of garlands. I was also asked to write up a two-metre-tall chalkboard with all the family events going on in Queen Square over the Christmas Market. I will hopefully be helping Christine again with some of her workshops on 1st December 🙂

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Peep-o!
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First wreath complete
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My socks looking bewildered at the plastic carnage!
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Chalkboard complete
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Two more wreaths
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The giant wreath in situ 🙂
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The smaller wreaths up and looking lovely
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One of the many plastic flowers – these are so fun to make!
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The giant chandelier up and getting a lot of attention already
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The smaller chandelier which I made during my last hour in the workshop 😀
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