School auction season is here again and we are busy upcycling old teeshirts into bags. Theo's third grade class collaborated and drew up a new silkscreen design of the water cycle including a call for water conservation.
The design for Niko's Kindergarten class is a collection of her classmates' self portraits around the school mascot.
We printed on teeshirts donated by the students and from Chloe's Closet. The students where impressed at the transformation of unwanted clothes into reusable objects.
And yes, I fed this cereal to my family. The box was factory sealed and my kids love corn flakes. Heck, isn't foraged as good as organic? My poor husband was mortified. The shirt was also a street find while walking to the gym with friends. Initially, I picked it up as a joke to tease my friends about my dumpster diving but very quickly it has become one of my favorite shirts. ( I just had to wash of the tire tracks) Having fun and doing my part for landfill diversion.
Raised a feral hippy child in New Mexico, this dumpster diving compost lover wants to help green your home.