There are two goals of this workshop: learn the basic of Art of Pressing and Preserving Flowers and learn how to
seal those flowers to produce different projects like Phone Cases and Necklaces. Interested?

This intensive workshop will be divided into two days:

On the first day, the participants will be taught the basic of pressing and
preserving flowers. At the end of the workshop, the participants will be able to make handmade real pressed flower
phone cases and necklaces.

The second day will be about putting finishing touches to the phone cases and
necklaces. This workshop can be taken even by people who have no background on resin art.

Session fee is P2,650, which includes a workshop kit that contains:
1) Resin Essentials

  • 10 disposable measuring cups
  • 10 popsicle sticks
  • 5 barbecue sticks
  • 2 watercolor brushes
  • 3 spread of wax sheet
  • 5 pairs of gloves
  • 3 pieces of face mask
  • 2 minute sand timer
  • Cotton buds
  • Flower Sealant

2) Resin: 30ml easy cast epoxy resin and hardener
3) Flowers: 2 packs of flowers and leaves with 12 flower and leaves per set
4) Phone Cases: 2 Clear Phone Cases of their choice (must be requested 6 days before the class at the latest)

Expected Time Duration: 4 hours (first day); 1 hour (second day)

Available session date for March at our workshop space at Unit 302, 926 Pasay Road Condominium (Pamana-Languages Building), Arnaiz Avenue (Pasay Road, behind New World Hotel), Makati:

  • March 3, (Saturday) 9AM to 1PM (Day 1)
  • March 4, (Sunday) 9AM to 10AM (Day 2)



About the Facilitator

Screen Shot 2018-01-12 at 7.40.55 PMMillicent, or Mimi as fondly called by her friends, is a full-time researcher at the Senate of the Philippines. Her journey to jewelry-making started when she decided to make a necklace for her friend because she cannot find that one perfect gift. To her shock, she enjoyed the process of making a jewelry piece thus she decided to make it as one of her hobbies. In order to support her new found hobby, she started selling some of her pieces online thus paving the birth of her first Instagram online shop (@kamilas4ambracelet). For almost a year now, Mimi continues to create jewelries that primarily uses resin as a medium.. She use resin to cast flowers and other objects such as memorabilia and transform them into timeless jewelry pieces.


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