Reusing and recycling are key element to win the war on waste. Born In Paper is a small business that makes hand made paper by recycling office waste from local businesses, and adding raw cotton from Wee Waa.
Susan Wright grew up in a family printing business in Byron Bay. As with any family business Susan learnt the tricks of the trade and worked in the family business for years, binding, collating, printing and working with Newspaper. Susan has always been involved in paper related crafts running workshops and creating something new. In more recent years, and working in an office environment, Susan noted how much waste was occurring everyday. So, she started recycling the office waste to make beautiful stationery, binding books, pulp art work and running workshops to teach and encourage others to get creative too.
Susan will run a workshop at the Narrabri Art and Craft Society on 11th September at 10am to 1pm. The workshop brings people together through the process of recycling office waste to create beautiful stationery and is a lot of fun. Anyone interested in learning more can head to her website to book on www.borninpaper.com.au or phone Susan on 0423 261588, or check out her Facebook or Instagram just type in Born In Paper.
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