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Crafting, Drawing, Watercolor, Cricut & Digitizing Workshops
Available Workshops
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CRICUT ONLINE WORKSHOP (September 26, 1:00-5:00pm)

Projects to be covered include:
- Projects & Materials with the Cricut
- Cricut Demo
- Project Possibilities
- Q&A Session

Learn the Cricut basics, crafting tips and tricks, hacks and how to potentially turn your crafts and hobby into a business. Sign up below. Class will be done via Google Meet.

Workshop Fee: Php 1,500.00 (Free if you purchased a Cricut Explore Air 2 or Maker via


ONLINE DIGITIZING WORKSHOP (Schedule to be announced. Sign up below to receive updates.)

Topics Covered:
1. A Presentation on Digitizing Samples and an Introduction to Adobe Illustrator & Adobe Photoshop
2. Adobe Illustrator Functions
3. 4 Ways of Digitizing (1 soft copy as well as the elements will be e-mailed before the workshop)
4. Mastery & guided project making

Things to Bring:
1 fully charged laptop with Adobe Illustrator & Adobe Photoshop installed (any version will do). Interested participants may download the free trial verison from

Minimum Requirement:
Participants don’t need to be familiar with either software as long as they have a good background of Microsoft Powerpoint and are familiar with dragging visual elements on their computer.

Workshop Fee: Php 2,500.00 (for 1 session & 1 free refresher session)


COLOR MIXING WORKSHOP (Schedule to be announced. Sign up below to receive updates.)

Learn about building palettes, mixing hues and working with colours for your various multimedia projects: digital, traditional, styling and others.

Workshop Fee: Php 2,700.00


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