Organise a craft session in support of the campaign
Craftivism is a non-threatening way of engaging with others through craft activities. It’s a gentler way of campaigning but can be very effective, and you can do it alone or as a group.
A key is a symbol of home – of a place that is safe and secure for you, your loved ones and your possessions. So, we are inviting you this week to make a large key and write a message on it asking a politician to unlock the solutions to keep people in work and in their own homes.
Your key will have an impact and if you can work with others to make a bigger display, that will have an even bigger impact.
How to make your craftivist key
You can make the keys out of anything, and it can be any size or type of key. First of all, choose your materials:
- Fabric for the key and embroidery thread to stitch a message.
- Some stiff paper or cardboard for the key and colourful pens to write a message.
- If you can make it out of recycled materials, even better.
Once you have your materials, here’s what to do: