Seen at SCRAP: Get off the pavement and into the woods at S.C.R.A.P.

As I walked around SCRAP the other day, I was drawn to materials of all different shapes and sizes that happen to fit snugly in our signature blue bins.

When I approached the barrels of dowels, standing tall, I felt like I was in a forest of Douglas Firs.  I couldn’t help but compose a Haiku…

 

A Forest of Dowels
Use a dowel for
A towel, perch for an owl,
It does not smell foul

 

It wasn’t long before I spotted humiliated stumps of other trees: corks.
A nifty invention, the cork is.  I met a science camp teacher who uses corks to wrap live wire around it in an electrical experiment.

 

Get your display materials at SCRAP…

Frames clearly have many uses,
and it’s always nice to find the
hidden gem at SCRAP.

 

This black foam core is about 1/2 inch thick and it stands at about 10 feet tall and 4 ft. wide, approximately.

 

We would love to hear what you are doing with the materials you find at S.C.R.A.P. Let us know if we could share it with other SCRAPers. Respond to this post, or email: outreach@scrap-sf.org
Thanks!
happy crafting,
Cheryl Kapchan

SCRAP SF
Ben Delaney
bdelaney@scrap-sf.org
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