Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Introducing Handmade Pilipinas!

And so it begins.

In an effort to inspire others as others have inspired me when I was starting out, I am launching a project called Handmade Pilipinas. Basically, the project entails a series of blog posts that deal with crafting as a viable source of income and crafting for sustainable development. I hope to post short articles discussing ideas on marketable craft projects you can do at home, DIY tutorials, inspiring stories from several professional crafters (aka people who make money off their crafting hobby), and practical business how-to's for the indiepreneur.

As of date, I have contacted several inspiring individuals whose stories may inspire you to start your own handmade adventure. Watch out for this series of interviews.

Today, we start by discussing the hottest craft material du jour. This series of articles will be introduced part by part, so always check back for updates. Search for "handmade pilipinas" in this blog.

13 comments:

jewelzodonnell said...

I think this is a Wonderful Idea! I am really looking forward to reading your upcoming series :)

NKDesigns said...

Wonderful idea - let us know if we can help at all. Linda

Jael said...

Best of luck to you in this new endeavor!

Tejae Floyde said...

How exciting. Sounds fabulous. Looking forward to reading more.

Lynda/SCDiva said...

You go, girl! What a wonderful thing to do for your community and country! Let me know if I can help in any way, please. Awesome idea!

Pixie said...

What a good person you are!

--Holly

DivaDea said...

Good for you, girl! I look forward to reading about your progress!

Beadlady said...
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Beadlady said...

Thank you dear ladies! Check back soon!

Lynda and DivaDea, I may take you up on that offer in the future! Thanks!

Iris Mishly said...

This is an amazing idea, & i wish you and all the philipins artists a great year too!

bernadette said...

This is truly a very nice idea! It really shows that you have a good heart and a very generous person. I really look up to you. I wish you the best of luck.

Kira Slye said...

What a wonderful way to help others with your talents. Keep it up, and let us know how we can help!

Lynn's Little Creations said...

What a great idea...I feel so blessed to be able to do what I love and make money doing it...I am glad you are sharing this opportunity with others!

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