Re: Doing Henna as a Fundraiser
Posted by Alissa on September 22, 2001 at 21:26:39:
: suggestions you have that will help me make this a success.
This is all common sense stuff you probably already thought of ...
If it's outdoors, set up in the shade or provide some cover for your
scalp and if you have long hair, put it up and out of the way. If
you're exposed to any sun, bring sun tan lotion. Dress in layers if
you don't know what to expect weather wise.
Bring water and food for yourself and friends and have it nearby in
case you are so swamped with work you can hardly find time to eat.
Make a really nice eye catching sign of some sort, and burn incense --
that captures the attention of 2 of the five senses. Bring plenty of
chairs for yourself, your workers, and room for others to sit while
they're painted, or drying, or sitting around to look at design books
while waiting their turn.
Bring TWICE as much prepared henna as you think you will need and
that way you will never run out. If you're using j bottles and you're
not used to hours on end of hennaeing, keep it full full full -- stop
and refill at the first hand cramp.
Start the donation jar with $1 in it, and empty it regularly, but
always keep $1 inside.
If you're so inclined, take a natural henna FDA petition with you as
well!And let us know how it went!
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