Another birthday, another book!
It feels like only yesterday when The Friendship Bracelet Book came out. Two years later, here I am grateful for another crafts book I was lucky enough to work on. I was a squealing mess when I finally got my own copy of the book.
I got to work with these three other craft crazies. Every time the four of us get together, it turns into an afternoon of crazy laughter over the silliest things. I still remember the day we were sitting at a table, coming up with new passion projects we can work on.
Once Candy tapped us to work on this DIY book, we were coming up with these ideas for the book. It was truly a craft marathon, coming up with 100+ DIY projects every Candy Girl could make.
Next thing on the agenda, was having a mini Craft Party and Book Signing. It was a great opportunity to meet some other crafters!
And just like any other time we get together, we were laughing up a storm.
Barangay Sumulong came in full force to support the event.
In this photo, you can see a VIP guest peeking right beside me.
You see, on Page 27 of the book, is one of the Room crafts I came up with. The silhouette I used for the project was of my niece Estelle.
Estelle dropped by the launch, not just to support her favorite crafters but also to sign Page 27!
These girls are truly some of the craziest people out there. They are a hoot to hang around with, and are inspiring crafters and artists. I had so much fun working on these projects with Mansy, Macy and Alessa. I hope you enjoy making the projects too!
If you need ideas to help you decorate your room, jazz up your style, get ready for school or work your way in the kitchen, this book is perfect for you! The Candy DIY Book is available at bookstores and newsstands for P175. Grab a copy now!
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