FUROSHIKI GIFT WRAPPING WORKSHOP AT YUCHENGCO MUSEUM

Thursday, October 16, 2014

Are you tired of wrapping your Christmas gifts the same old way? Give yourself a headstart this Christmas and make your holiday season more eco-friendly by trying the Japanese art of Furoshiki gift wrapping.



The Japanese art of Furoshiki gift wrapping uses pieces of cloth as the wrapper. Learn how you can use a bandana or handkerchief to wrap gifts of different shapes and sizes this Saturday, November 8, 2014, 3-5pm at Yuchengco Museum. Using traditional Furoshiki techniques with today’s ribbons and charms, discover how you can wrap gifts that friends and family will want to receive first and unwrap last.



Instructors:

Strategic brand planner Vicky Ortega’s passion is gift wrapping. She loves finding unique ways to wrap gifts for her family and friends.

Marketing consultant Nenette Sadiua is currently taking her second bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts. Her passion is preparing creative gift baskets.

Workshop Fee:

Workshop fee is P600, which includes materials.



For workshop details, contact Elma Abrina, Programs Officer, Yuchengco Museum, (632) 889-1234 or email info@yuchengcomuseum.org.

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