Midterm season is just wrapping up, so chances are you probably filled up pages and pages of paper with scrap work. You should recycle all of that paper♻, but maybe your recycling bin is too far away or maybe it’s already overflowing. Whatever the case, come join us and Global Kitchen and we’ll show you how to turn that trash paper into trash cans!🚮
This week, UTFOLD is teaming up with Global Kitchen to help live more sustainably and show you another purpose for your scrap paper! UTFOLD will be teaching a simple, modular trash can within 30 minutes on Wednesday (not Friday this time), 📆March 16, from ⌚5:00 – 5:30 PM. The workshop will NOT be hosted on our Discord this time! Instead, we’ll be teaching you step by step through Zoom!
To sign up for the event, go to this link: https://utoronto.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwuf–urD0oGtLYLEzVFrNebuBGYxuxdPc- and share all of your deepest, darkest secrets. Just kidding.😊 Just fill out the form with your name and email, and you’ll be set!
- 🚮Trash Can🥫
- Difficulty: Beginner ✅
- 📜 Paper Requirements:
- Shape: Square 🟦
- 📐Size of Paper (recommended): at least 15x15cm (6in) but the bigger the sheet of the paper the more the trash can will be able to hold
- 🔢Number of sheets needed: 2 sheets, same size
- Note: You can always make a square from a rectangle, so if you have letter-sized scrap paper that you want to transform into a trash bin, you can make it square-shaped by following this 1 minute video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YB_UiOOO2JU&ab_channel=KristenEwing
It is Trash Can, not Trash Cannot.💪