Everyone has creative potential. Whether you’ve always enjoyed arts and crafts, or you’re keen to give it a go – now’s the time to get stuck in and do good at the same time.
Are you nifty with a needle, a dab hand at painting, or a budding gardener? Have you always dreamed of creating a colourful quilt or designing costume jewellery? When you get creative for Brooke you could finally put those plans into action and help transform the lives of hardworking horses, donkeys and mules.
Whether you decide to go it alone, or involve your friends and family, all you need to do is pick your project and sell your creations online or in your community.
I want to get creative, sign me up!
Rosie McConnell from Llangollen made loads of yummy chutneys and stylish cushion covers and blankets to sell at a local fete.
She raised £160 at her stall – enough to buy two permanent water troughs providing refreshing drinks saving countless animals from dehydration.
Now Rosie is busy planting seedlings and plans to sell her plants at boot sales this summer.
There are thousands of ways to get creative for Brooke. Here are a few ideas to get you started:
- Knit jumpers, scarves or baby clothes
- Sew dresses, patchwork or soft toys
- Make jams, chutneys or pickles
- Bake cakes and biscuits
- Painting or print-making
- Embroidery or tapestry
- Stained glass
- Grow plants and flowers
- Create greetings cards