Trash Mash-Up


Hope you’re having a trashtastic Halloween! Beth Terry of Fake Plastic Fish sent me this holiday appropriate link to Trash Mash-Up.



According to the San Francisco after-school program’s Google Page:

Trash Mash-Up is a community art project. Using disposable materials, collected before they enter the waste stream, participants construct “Maskostumes” which are original pageant masks and costumes inspired by traditions from around the world. This project reduces waste and inspires people to see each other and our environment in a new way.

Absolutely adorable. Thanks, Beth!


5 Responses to “Trash Mash-Up”

  1. Ruby Re-Usable Says:

    too cute!

    now I know what I am going to make/wear for NEXT Halloween!

  2. Leila Darabi Says:

    Me too. I’ve always wanted a trash costume. One of these years I’ll get my act together in time to construct one.

  3. Ruby Re-Usable Says:

    we don’t have to wait until Halloween … there is always Trashgiving, Trashakah, Trashmas … and Trashoween can be celebrated any time! 😉

  4. Beth Terry Says:

    Ruby, I love Trashmas. I think that’s what I’ll celebrate this year since we don’t really do any of those other holidays.


  5. Leila Darabi Says:

    OOh, I like this idea. Trashmas = all upcycled gifts.

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