On Making Christmas Traditions

Christmas Traditions Christmas Crafts Workshop by Queti Azurin
Christmas Traditions Christmas Crafts Workshop by Queti Azurin

Fancy Momma and Fully Booked present
“Christmas Traditions, Christmas Crafts for Parents and Children”

Learn how to build memorable Christmas traditions that you can pass on to generations in your family and learn to create Christmas crafts you can do as a family.

November 17, 2012 from 1:30-5:30pm in Fully Booked Forum Bonifacio High Street

Workshop fee: P1,300 (includes craft materials, module, certificate and snacks). Early bird discount of 10% if payment is settled on or before November 6.

Limited Slots!

Contact Queti Azurin at 3327102 or 09173551895 or email info@quetiazurin.com for details.

Suddenly, I’m interested in making crafts. I’m all for making new family traditions and that includes making crafts with Noah. Actually, I’m excited to decorate our very first Christmas tree. We’ve had trees the past years but this year, we decided to buy a bigger one. I’m still searching for an affordable but good quality Christmas tree. I already have a theme in mind but I don’t know how and when to start. Hopefully on the 3rd week of November, Noah’s new Kwisas Tri will be up.

Rom, let’s? 🙂


She sets about her work vigorously,
her arms are strong for her tasks.

Proverbs 31:17

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