Tuesday, June 24

Last Weekend,

1. I discovered another practical use for washi tape - wall art! Yup, the washi tape sticks well even on concrete so you don't need to use a sealant if you want to decorate your walls with it. We love our studio's white walls but a little color wouldn't hurt! ;)

Washi Project

Washi Project

I used the excess washi tape strips to mark my keys. Now I don't have to worry which is which.:)

2. We had dinner at Ally's All-Day Breakfast. I didn't like the vigan longganisa-rice meal I ordered. The serving was too small and the longganisa was fatty. I loved Paul's tapa meal though, and the french fries was yummy!

Ally's All-Day Bfast

After dinner, we went to Antiteasis: Books & Brews. The tea place has an extensive list of tea - and they really brew tea leaves. We ordered chai served with milk and honey, and vanilla tea - we loved our drinks! People can also borrow the books in their mini library.

Antiteasis

Antiteasis

Antiteasis

Ally's All-Day Breakfast
50 Malingap St., Sikatuna Village 

Antiteasis: Books & Brews
Unit C, 154 Maginhawa St., Sikatuna Village

3. Alessa and I had Rubbercutting Workshops over the weekend. The first one was at Bungalow300, a lifestyle shop in the shop which I've grown to love. They carry furniture, home decors, artworks, jewelry, and a whole lot more lovely things.

Bungalow300

Bungalow300

The other workshop was at the Hey Kessy Studio in Katipunan, which by the way, you can rent for your craft workshops and events.

Hey Kessy Studio

Hey Kessy Studio

It's a jellyfish. :) I'll post about the stamp when it's done. You can get Speedball carving tools and Versacraft inkpads (good for paper, fabric, and wood) from Hey Kessy.

Jellyfish/Flower Pot

Bungalow300
No. 7 Buencamino St., Alabang

Hey Kessy Studio
Abada St., Katipunan

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PS I have Brass Jewelry and Clay Dish+Planter Workshops this weekend. If you want to join, you can register HERE.

Brass Jewelry Workshop

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