Event: Crafting with School of Styling Philippines – Tassel Garland + Piñata Making

The School Styling Annoucement

Hello Sweeties!

I decided to brave Makati again this weekend to attend an interesting craft workshop with The School of Styling Philippines.

Although I rarely do crafts and am not a “crafty” Mum like my own Mom, I decided to try it, hoping I don`t embarrass myself in the process.  Along with other Mommy Bloggers I attended the 10:30AM Session of the Tassel Garland + Piñata Making Workshop at Glorietta 5 Activity Center.

The School of Styling Philippines workshop wants to give its participants the basic foundation for Tassel Garland and Piñata Making in order for they to take in clients (if they desire) or just create it for your family and friends events.  It is about harnessing your inner creativity and the power of your network.They bundled this workshop with the foundations of photography, so that you can snap visually appealing and compelling photos, that would showcase your work and your talent. They also bundled this workshop with a basic business portfolio making talk in order to give you tips on how to monetize your work and your skills.

The School of Styling Lightkeeper Studio

Before the Crafting session we were introduced to Lightkeeper Studio`s Creative Director Geunice Burgos who taught us the secrets of how to take photos and edit with our smartphones

The School of Styling Tassel & Garland Making

It takes so little to brighten a room. The tassel garlands were simple to make, you just need a bit of patience.

The School of Styling Crafting Materials

Basic Tools for Tassel Garland and Piñata Making: Colorful  Japanese Paper, Tape, Glue, Scissors, & Twine

The School of Styling Demo for Tassels

School of Styling `s Indy Ycasiano Prepping some of the materials


The School of Styling Pinata Making Demo

You can create a Piñata in any shape you want or any size you desire


Crepe paper or Japanese paper





PencilX-Acto Knife or cutter

Glue gun is optional

The School of Styling Finshed Pinatas displayed by cuties

Little cuties displaying the Piñata they will be taking home.

The School of Styling Pinata

It may not look like much but I think I got the basics down. A Smaller version of the Piñata I plan to make for my brother`s new baby.

School of Styling The Little Whisk Cookie

All the participants had a sample of these beautiful and delicious cookies from The Little Whisk

The School of Styling The Juice Barista

Refreshingly healthy! We also had a bottle of this tasty all natural juice drink from The Juice Barista

Mommy Bloggers at School of Styling Philippines

Fellow Crafters! Mommy Bloggers Philippines joybites.com, mommyrockininsyle.com (photo credit), tricylejoys.com, morenamom.com

School of Styling with Teacher

Thank you Indy and School of Styling for being our craft mentor!


For those interested in DIY (Do it Yourself) and Craft projects take note of their scheduled workshops for 2016 each workshop cost 3,500php.

Workshop is inclusive of:
1. Workshop Materials
2. Basic Photography Workshop by LightKeepers Studio
3. Business Portfolio Making 101 Workshop by EmmSulit
4. School of Styling Bag
5. Certificate of Attendance
6. Workshop Modules
7. Professionally-taken Photos
8. Light Snacks and Refreshments

If you are interested inquire at : https://www.facebook.com/School-Of-Styling-Philippines/

Until next time!


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