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  • Excited to be a finalist in International Recycling Exhibition

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    Proud to have my paper gown accepted as an entry into the Reart Recycling Exhibition, and to have it featured in the publicity!  

  • Boxed Lives


    After quite a hiatus of creating, I’m pleased to be back in the studio and starting a new series ‘Boxed Lives’. They all have quite a detailed storyline, but the viewer is encouraged to make their own. All made from recycled materials.

  • ‘Remembrance’ headpiece for International Millinery Competition

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    This year I again entered the Hatalk Millinery Competition.  The theme was ‘Remembrance’. Below is the explanation of the piece.  No prize, but a great experience. I believe in telling stories through creativity, and this headpiece ‘Lest We Forget’ is a narrative of the events, specific and generic, we recall on Remembrance Day.  Each visual […]

Recycled Paper Christmas Decorations Workshop

Robyn from Red Zebra Designs had a lovely time this time last year running workshops at Rosebed Street Gallery  on making Christmas decorations from recycled paper.   The enthusiastic young creators were prolific.  We are looking forward to running workshops for the Sunshine Coast Regional Council this year.


Red Zebra Designs’ Designer wins ‘Best in Show’ at the Ekka

2014 Ekka Winner

2014 Ekka Winner

Very excited to have won ‘Outstanding Creation’ and ‘Best Outfit’ in this year’s Brisbane Ekka.  Our designer, Robyn Woodrow, also won four awards in the Creative section of the Ekka.  Pop across to www.robynwoodrow.com or our Facebook page to see more.

‘Little Creatures’ Series has Taken Flight

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Have just finished the first two birds in my Little Creatures Series.

They have taken about 40 hours each, and are covered in new and recycled jewellery bits and bobs, crystals, bugle and seed beads …  Little Owl has already sold.

These are such precious pieces and have been a joy to make.