I have been so busy preparing for DLSU Centennial Closing Bazaar.
I already pre-made clay accessories, produced acrylic necklaces for display, bought plastic containers for my clay accessories, bought a corkboard and a stand for my acrylic items, and the list goes on.
I also did some customized clay chibis (around 18 pcs), but I haven't finished the nameplates yet. Though, I already finished baking the clay chibis.
I'll upload some photos later (or tomorrow). :)
By the way, sorry if I have not been blogging everyday. Just a bit busy this week and next week. :)
Last month, I sponsored Blogworthy. It's a 3-day creative blogging workshop by Arriane Serafico. While we were talking, she told me: "I actually first heard about you from Laureen Uy, she was wearing your polo collar necklace when we had a shoot together a few weeks ago, and I asked her where she got it."
I was a bit surprised when she mentioned this. I immediately asked her what the shoot was for, and which magazine, and she told me that it's for Meg Magazine, June 2012 issue.
Today, I was able to purchase a copy of the magazine.
Preparing for the upcoming DLSU centennial closing bazaar is not easy. I need to make this bazaar extra special because it's my last term in DLSU (and it might be my last bazaar in DLSU as well). I want to make my booth look nice, because I'll be taking photos and I'll upload them here.
Today, I was trying to find a corkboard and a stand. I'll be using this to display my acrylic necklaces and personalized keychains.
Since school has started, my schedule has been so busy. I've been trying to manage both my studies and Personalized Accessories at the same time.
Aside from shopping, I was able to fix the acrylic necklaces I'll use as a display and do some of my clay orders.
I'm baking them right now, and I'll post them here tomorrow. :)