IMPORTANT NOTICE: COVID-19 Response

To celebrate our Spring Summer campaign launch, we are giving one lucky shopper a chance to win a summer getaway at Bannisters by the Sea, Mollymook. 

To enter simply spend $150 in Centre and sign up to be a VIP with an upload of your receipt. Click HERE.

 

Prize includes;

2 nights accommodation in an Ocean Deluxe Room.

Breakfast Included

$100 dining voucher for either Rick Stein's Restaurant or Bannisters Pool Bar

Kaleidoscope
 
What you need:
  • Paper Roll
  • Beads or Sequins
  • Washi Tape
  • Mirror Paper
  • Plastic
How to make:
 
1. Measure your mirror paper against the paper roll (as shown in video) and make four folds.
With the mirror side facing inwards fold into a triangle and cute away any excess.
2. Put folded mirror triangle into paper roll
Paper Chain Python
 
What you need:
 
  • Paper
  • Crayons or Pencils
  • Scissors
How to make:
 
1. Cut out 10 long rectangles, all the same size.
2. Colour the rectangles in with your chosen colour
3. Cut out a snake head and tail.
4. Follow the paper chain technique to create the body of your snake
5. Glue on the snake’s head and tail to create your own paper chain python.
 
Spooky Monster Wreath
 
What you need:
 
  • Wreath Template
  • Glue
  • Pom Poms
  • Google Eyes
  • Option Extras
  • Ribbon
  • Hole Punch
How to make:
 
1. Cut out your wreath template and put onto your working station.
2. Using your glue rub a good amount of glue onto the spot on your wreath you want the
pom poms to go. Press pom poms down hard.
Monster Tissue Box
 
What you need:
 
  • Paint
  • Brushes
  • Tissue Box
  • Extra Cardboard or Foam
  • Scissors
  • Glue or Tape
  • Google Eyes
How to make:
 
1. Pick a base monster colour and paint your whole tissue box. Let dry.
2. Draw teeth into your piece of foam and cut out.
3. Glue or tape teeth onto the opening of the tissue box
4. Use other colours to decorate your monster.
Woven Letters
 
What you need:
 
  • Thick cardboard
  • Wool (2 colours)
  • Scissors
How to make:
 
1. Draw the first letter of your name onto the cardboard and cut out a stencil. Try to keep
the stencil about 2cm thick in all areas.
2. Tie your first coloured wool onto your stencil and wrap around the letter. Leave some
gaps, we will fill these in with your second colour.

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