Newspaper yarn available for custom orders (please message if interested):
2010: 30/09/10 (Guardian);
2011: 15/12/11 (South Manchester Reporter); 10/07/11 (Last News of the World) ; 14/02/11 (Guardian);
2012: 28/10/12 (The Observer);
2013: 22/06/13 (Independent); 27/07/13 (Newcastle Eve Chronicle);
2016: 18/06/16 (Guardian); 16/06/16 (Observer); 20/12/16 (Guardian)
A little love to send to your valentine, your mum or anyone who needs some (card is blank inside). Each card is individually hand crafted. Perfect for a first anniversary too!
Passing on the love to charity: I support RSVP (Birmingham and Solihull) www.rsvporg.co.uk who help survivors of sexual violence move on with their lives with hope and meaning.
Card handmade from recycled card and handspun newspaper yarn with a kraft brown recycled envelope and wrapped in a compostable corn starch wrapper.
If you would like to buy any of my designs in multiples, drop me a line!
Newspapers may seem black & white and full of bad news but hand spinning the paper into yarn reveals hidden colours and the words are given new life. Good news from bad, new stories from old ones - why not make this little piece of good news from bad, a piece of your story now?
Any colour in the yarn has come from the ink in the newspaper - I don't add colours!
Shipping & delivery
This item will be posted to you by GoodNewsFromBad within 3 days of receiving payment.
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|Rest of the World||£2.50||£1.00|
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