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  • Speaking of Recycled Jewellery.

    I have a few beads, broken necklaces and so on that have been given to me for free.

    I was thinking of if I sold an item made of recycle material donating a small amount of money to a charity there is one about cleaning up Britain. Do you think this is a good idea and how much would you donate per item.

    Still would like to earn money on making it but does 50P sound good?
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    That sounds like a good idea
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    • #3
      I think its good that your using recylced beads.Dont feel as tho you have to give to a charity too, but if you want to maybe just give 10%.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by debsjeans View Post
        I have a few beads, broken necklaces and so on that have been given to me for free.

        I was thinking of if I sold an item made of recycle material donating a small amount of money to a charity there is one about cleaning up Britain. Do you think this is a good idea and how much would you donate per item.

        Still would like to earn money on making it but does 50P sound good?
        Its a lovely idea but there is another little saying that goes "Charity begins at home".
        Carol
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        • #5
          I don't think you need feel obliged to donate . The key word to use is now "upcycled" where you take something that is broken and create something of value from it.
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          • #6
            Good idea, the charity thing as the beads were donated.
            If you're selling make a point of how much will be going to charity, it might prompt people to pay more- the bigger percentage

            Recycling is so important. Recycled jewellery is good as people who are happy with their product are likely to give you more jewellery to repair or restyle!
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