FLORAL PRESSING WORKSHOP BY FRESH OFF THE PRESS & HABITAT FOR HUMANITY SINGAPORE

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April 24, May 1–3, 8 or 16, 2022

Habitat for Humanity Singapore office

2022 Mar - pressed flowers

Photo by Annie Spratt on Unsplash.

FLORAL PRESSING WORKSHOP BY FRESH OFF THE PRESS & HABITAT FOR HUMANITY SINGAPORE

Join Fresh Off The Press and Habitat for Humanity Singapore for a fun-filled, family-friendly, hour-and-a-half workshop where you will learn how to press flowers, make your own pressed flower frame to bring home, and learn more about Habitat for Humanity’s work in Singapore.

Each participant will make and bring home one pressed flower frame. All materials will be provided, including a range of floating frames, pre-pressed flowers, and permanent markers if you wish to personalise your frame. You can even bring your own photo to include in the frame which measures either 13cm x 18cm or 16cm x 16cm.

This workshop is suitable for all ages and part of the proceeds will be used to support Habitat for Humanity Singapore’s work. Included during the workshop are:

  • Demonstration on how to press flowers with a flower press or with materials at home;
  • Guided steps to make your own unique pressed flower frame.

With Mother’s Day just round the corner (May 8), this might just be the perfect gift and a great mother-child bonding time.

Dates: April 24, May 1–3, 8 or 16, 2022

Time: Various time slots

Venue: Habitat for Humanity Singapore
                56 Lorong 23 Geylang
               #05-00
               Singapore, 388381

Cost: S$45

Click here to register  

About the organiser:
Habitat for Humanity Singapore is part of the international Habitat non-profit organisation that seeks to eliminate poverty housing worldwide. 

Convicted that safe and affordable housing provides a path out of poverty, Habitat has been working alongside low-income communities to increase their access to improved living conditions.

Since 2004, Habitat Singapore regularly sends volunteer teams to build decent and affordable houses across the Asia-Pacific. Locally, they provide an intensive home rehabilitation programme for vulnerable individuals and families so they can have a safe and sanitary place to call home.

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