Hello fellow craft lovers! :) I will be joining the 10a Alabama Fair this coming Sunday, July 21. As always, I can’t wait to reunite with my Alabama family. Most of these crafty ladies have been my friends ever since Hey Kessy started in 2011. Here are some of the things I’ll be selling: 1. […]
The next 98B Future x Saturday Market is this weekend. Unfortunately, I have a workshop and an arts and crafts fair to go to on Saturday and Sunday. It was my first time to join this fair last month. I am inspired by this group’s advocacy. Through fairs, film showings, artist residencies, art exhibits, and other […]
The Ti Ayat Ti Maysa Nga Ubing papercut artwork I made for my mom last summer, is at Cordillera Coffee, Xavierville. My good friends Iona and Pao, owners of the shop, are advocates of organic and locally-produced coffee. They buy their coffee beans above market prices – and organize coffee planting and harvesting activities to […]
I read somewhere that you can never really be too busy and that you can always ALWAYS make time for things. I agree. So, even when I was swamped with a lot of things – wedding invites, jewelry design, mail swap, washi party, art exhibit, art fairs, workshops, work, and Hey Kessy stuff – I […]
It was really hot that weekend but I was still extra happy because some of my friends were able to drop by and a few even bought my products. Thank you, universe, for the love and support :) Other photos of the fair here.
So, this is the fair that kept me busy on craft projects for weeks. It was Dana’s birthday party the night before but I am glad I was able to resist staying up late, or else… ;p It took me a good 20 minutes to arrange the table Baker’s twines and paper straws Brass rings Stoneware jewelry I like how […]
I believe it’s high time people start seeing the beauty in and actually supporting that which is handmade, imprinted with patience and hopeful ideas. Yes, the products may seem too raw, imperfect or easy to make at home but the innovativeness – yes, there is such a word — and aspiration that the process of […]
With Fricia on a warm Friday afternoon /le 14 octobre/ The Ateneo Art Gallery Ateneo Art Gallery’s contribution to the yearlong project Roberto Chabet: Fifty Years, focuses on Chabet’s affinity with two other artists – Fernando Zobel and Lee Aguinaldo. Fittingly, the exhibit also marks the entry of AAG into its fifth decade by situating […]