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Conscious Christmas Workshop: Recycled pop-up Christmas cards

Wednesday 6 November
Workshop Cake or Death Vegan Bakery, Unit E Dalston Works, Martel Place London E8 2FR 7:00PM - 8:30PM £35 (£30 before 2 Nov)

Making Christmas cards and eating vegan brownies? Hands up if this is also your idea of heaven. Thank goodness for Every Origin, the Hackney crafting genius who has arranged a series of festive workshops.

The every origin Conscious Christmas workshops are designed to take the stress out of celebrating a little more consciously. 

They will get you prepared for the festive season with sustainable solutions for those things we need to make the holidays extra special. 

Kicking off the series is their Recycled Pop-Up Christmas Card Making workshop where you'll make unique cards for your nearest and dearest. 

You'll be using recycled paper, card and magazine cuttings to handmake these one-off cards like no others. 

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Make your own Christmas cards this year

The Recycled Pop-Up Christmas Card Making workshop is at the Cake or Death Vegan Bakery where you'll get to sample the most delicious vegan brownies and slosh them down with some tasty alcohol free ginger wine. 

Come relax for the evening, with chilled out tunes, meet like-minded sustainability advocates and enjoy getting creative. 

Also find Every Origin at pebblefestive! Get your tickets for our epic eco-festival on Sat 30 Nov.

Early bird discount until Saturday 2nd November and receive a 10% discount to shop for sustainable Christmas gifts at when you book in.

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Cake or Death Vegan Bakery, Unit E Dalston Works, Martel Place, London E8 2FR

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