It was very sweet of Andrea of Unang Hirit to call me up again just a month after our first guesting in the show. This time, they needed Artwine’s tips on how to prettify school things especially for those who are running on a tight budget. What a great challenge it posed for me!
Here is Lin Ching happily waving the flipflop pen holder which students can use to disguise the cheap ballpens : P Chances of losing your pens will be reduced to zero with this standout and unforgettable design!
In this unflattering shot, I was showing how to give your old bags a makeover — with Artwine brooches, of course! Holes and pencil marks can be concealed with your favorite felt animals. Brooches can be used to replace keychains too! I also added fringes, ribbons, and trimmings to give a plain carry-all a new look.
I’m happy that my babies get the exposure they deserve. And that they were able to help give tips on a better, prettier and tipid school year!
Look at those elephants, they’re just faking their sleep. They were actually stomping excitedly on their way to Quezon City!
Somewhat easier and less stressful than Artwine’s first Unang Hirit feature, that morning was just as enjoyable. I am grateful for Ate Gina who helped me carry all those stuff that day and who braved the journey from Las Pinas to Quezon City with me even though she easily gets nausea from long travels. Extra helping hands are the best!
Stomping excitedly for more shoots,