Beginning January 20th you can check out the new Cut/Paste: Creative Reuse in Canadian Design feature at the Royal Ontario Museum (held in association with Motherbrand), in Toronto. And with our help you might even get in for free!
The exhibit is all about creative ways Canadians have reused existing materials to make something new, from First Nations’ reconstruction of European goods to, more recently, Douglas Coupland’s foray into artistry. Visit the exhibit on the ROM’s 4th floor. The exhibit closes January 31st.
To win one of two family passes (each includes two adult and two children’s tickets), simply post your best craft project, made using things you already had in your house. Please include your email address so we can contact you. We’ll pick winners tomorrow morning.
And for more great ways to creatively use things in your house, check out some of these great craft projects to get the DIY side of your brain working:
- An egg-cellent (carton) craft idea for spring
- Paint your (used) can green, and pot your flowers
- Good Gourd, a home for your favourite winged friends
- No Sweat, a shoulder bag made simple
- Mismatched mittens? Or a new toy
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