A Crafty Idea

RDF Wadlakonda School’s stall at the craft fair

RDF firmly believes in conservation and ensures that all resources are used optimally. This enables the preservation of the environment and is also cost effective. RDF Wadlakonda School had a ‘crafty’ idea which enabled them to carry this message further. Teachers and students from the school created handicrafts from waste material such as empty coconut oil tins, broken bangles, old x-ray sheets and even old woolen thread. With these seemingly useless materials, they were able to create a range of items which included flower vases, door and wall hangings, pen cases and bags. The items were displayed in a stall hosted by the school at a ‘Craft Mela’ (Craft Fair) organized by the YWCA in Secunderabad (Andhra Pradesh). The stall drew a lot of interest and praise, it also enabled the students and teachers to exchange ideas on creating crafts from waste material as well helped further the message of conservation.

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