You wear what you eat! Join fine artist Tish Valenzuela (@bkdmnl) in this wonderfully artistic offering where you to make realistic miniatures of your favorite food. Learn to recreate anything your stomach desires into miniature polymer clay meals that you can wear as a pin, ring or any accessory.

The workshop includes an introduction to polymer clay basics, an overview of miniature culture and history, a step by step demonstration and actual workshop executions with guidance.

Tools (Only for event use, to be returned afterwards)

  • Pliers
  • Chain Attachments
  • Nail Brush (For texture)
  • Foil (For texture)
  • Paintbrush
  • Pin Tool
  • Clay (Enough for both works at 1:6/1:12 scale)
    Glazes, Chalk Pastel (For pigment), Liquid Polymer Clay
    Toaster (For baking)

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

  • June 11 (Sunday), 2PM – 5PM

Session fee is PHP 2,000. All necessary materials, rental tools and equipment for workshop participants will be provided. Up to 15 slots are available for this class.


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About the Instructor

Screen Shot 2017-03-04 at 12.35.32 AMTish Valenzuela, a UP Diliman Fine Arts graduate is the owner of Baked MNL. Baked launched online on June 2015, with its first collection featuring popular food as wearable jewelry like siopao rings, hamburger necklaces and bacon pins. Foodies have a chance to display their love for the delicious through accessories, and now, a chance to learn the art of how to bring these clay creations to life. You may visit their page at for more inquiries, or you may text (0908-8994179).





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