Crafternoons at Fully Booked

Β Sunday afternoon was far from usual laziness as 30+ participants joined me for the Watercolor Crafternoon last Feb 3 at Fully Booked Bonifacio High Street. This is one of my most favorite workshops to teach. I really enjoy sharing my love for watercolor!
So happy that at this workshop, and all workshops to follow, a set of Sakura Koi travel palette is included i nthe kit! It’s the same watercolor set that I personally use πŸ™‚
I also finally got to meet Alexi, who happens to be one of our design clients! πŸ™‚ Since last week, I only conversed with her via e-mail. Glad that she and her sister Mara enjoy crafts, too!
And surprise, surprise… Mansy and April joined the workshop!
I love my crazy crafty friends πŸ™‚


For the activity, I asked the participants to draw what they had for breakfast that morning.
And also, to (creatively) paint their names using basic shapes.
We also had a flowered monogram activity and selected a winner for the best work!
The next Sunday, Mansy and I hosted the Rubbercut Crafternoon.
The Forum on the 4th floor was once again packed with craft-loving participants.


Collection of Hand-carved Rubber Stamps by Mansy and me
I can’t believe this is the first time I’m making a LifeAfterBreakfast stamp! haha πŸ˜›
Thank you to fellow crafters who joined us: Fozzy, Mikko, Macy and Kaich!
And thanks to Mary Imbong for covering the event! πŸ™‚
Students made valentine cards for their seatmates πŸ™‚