When it’s finished, you’ll send us a photo or post it to us, and we’ll add it to our cardboard town. If you live near our workshop, we might ask if you’d like to drop it off for a filming session. We’d like to make a model of your own house, your street, or a local building. If you decide to make a local landmark, please let us know. 27 Stoodley Pikes might be a bit much…
We’ve also set up a Pinterest board with some brilliant images and making ideas, the link is just below. Also, PLEASE join our private Facebook group for news and updates, a chance to chat to us and other participants, and a place to share your work in progress, we’d really love to see it.
Who is this suitable for?
This activity is suitable for all abilities, but young children might need some help with the tricky bits if you make a 3D model.
How long will it take?
From half an hour to a day (or a week!), depending on how carried away you want to get – we’d definitely recommend getting carried away
What materials/Equipment will I need?
All this is in the instructions, but it’s likely to be things you have in the house already, or are easy to get hold of.
Is there a maximum number of participants for this section?
There is no maximum limit, if you’d like to be included in the film just make sure you send us photos or video of your work before the deadline.
When and how do I have to submit photos/video?
*18th September – this is EARLIER than other sections*.
You can get your artwork to us in several ways:
email a photo or scan of your artwork to email@example.com
Post it to Handmade Parade, Unit 5 Victoria works, Victoria Road, Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, HX7 8LN
Drop it off at the above address
If you need to talk to an actual real live person about this project outside of Facebook, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and she can help