It was raining on the day of our last workshop in 2012 but the event was anything but gloomy. The workshop was rather exciting and inspiring because of this particular endearing participant:
Everyone, meet Daniel! He's just 12 years old but takes crafting seriously! When I saw him enter Briggy Hall with Jean, I thought he was just there to drop her off. Instead of staying home and play video games, he braved the rain and joined us for an afternoon of washi crafting! It was our first time to have a boy join one of our workshops.
He made a washi origami washi star to decorate one of the gifts of his tita Jean:
The washi jewelry he made for his teachers for Christmas:
Look how cute these gifts are! I found it really sweet seeing his cute handwriting on the gifts tags:
Opps! No cheating, Daniel! Joke lang! Haha ;)
Daniel and his tita Jean. You can read her post about the workshop here :) (And Ginnie's, another participant, entry here)
Thank you, Daniel, for joining our workshop! Continue to inspire other people through your projects. We hope to meet more inspired young crafters like you :)
PS We are already organizing the next Hey Kessy Messy Washi Party and Hey Kessy Washi Workshop. What other washi projects would you like to learn doing?
PPS Read our 1st What Would Boys Do entry here.