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Sponsored Post: Kokoru Craft Party

We had a free craft party sponsored by Kokoru last Saturday at The Office in Chinatown. We partnered with Crafty Singapore and invited team members and people we’ve met online to join the event.
Camee represented Olgrin and Kokoru. She was there to help us with the event. It was nice to chat and catch up with old friends and finally meet some people we’ve met online in person.
Two hours seems like such a short time for crafting and having refreshments. I didn’t manage to make a papercraft since we we so busy going around and assisting the participants. We provided some templates for the designs I made a few months ago but I need to refine them more.

These are some of the Kokoru papercrafts made during the craft party.

We’d also like to thank Sally for bringing cupcakes.

Thanks to Photosaurus Studio for the pictures. If you would like to make your own creations, Kokoru products can be purchased at Evergreen outlets throughout Singapore.

You can also check out these blog posts about the craft party:

Audrey:
http://angelheartscrafts.blogspot.sg/2013/09/my-first-craft-party.html

Catherine:
http://lizzierosejewellery.com/2013/10/05/kokoru-craft-party/

Maria Victoria:
http://theadventuresofmisschuchubells.blogspot.sg/2013/09/diy-project-kokoru-craft-party.html

Megha:
http://theartbug.blogspot.sg/2013/09/weekend-craft-party.html

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Embroidery Workshop by Etincelle Creative Studio

I attended the embroidery workshop by Marie of Etincelle Creative Studio in conjunction with Ruth of The Little Happy Shop at the Buena Vista Community Centre last Saturday.

We receive a sewing small kit and got to select from two different styles of the brooch design. Marie instructed us on how to lay down beads and sequins in the two hour workshop. Each bead and sequin is laid down and sewn one by one.

I just love how therapeutic embroidery is like what Marie mentioned. I’m already planning to embroider a design on a pillow and bought all the materials for my next project. Stay tuned.