Two weeks ago, Kate of TLC (Travel and Lifestyle Channel) Philippines emailed us at Kawaii.PH for a possible collaboration together. Even though our schedule for the following weeks had been set already, I didn’t hesitate to grab this chance!
Here at Kawaii Philippines, we want to share and introduce “kawaii” in different venues. Events are not limited to cosplay conventions / fashion bazaars and the like! Last time, we event promoted kawaii in “MATA Expo“!
We really want to spread the happy kawaii virus through various activities. Honestly, we weren’t really prepared for it (as we were just contacted 1 week before) but because everyone helped out, we were able to conduct a very successful kawaii workshop to almost 30+ people (of all ages)!
And it was all for free~! So much happiness that day~
Following photos are taken by Francis, our newest Kawaii.PH/LOOKS photographer!
Yay~ I sponsored some button pins from Rainbowholic Cafe.
Speaking of which, I’m really working hard to get the virtual kawaii cafe finished! TT_TT
We prepared easy-peasy felt bow DIY kits!
Wendy, my doll for Rainbowholic Cafe <3
With Rainbowholic Reader turned imouto-chan, Celina!
Kaye (my co-sensei) told me my eyelashes looked so natural! I love you KOJI haha
Our resident Kawaii Boy, Francis!!
Wearing the much-awaited to be released (please wait kawaii girls) Rainbowholic x Lucy Pop Kawaii Girl uniform top!
Chichi so cutee!
Kawaii Girl and Kawaii Boy, haha!
One of our first guests! <3
Nothing warms my heart more than seeing kids learning something new and fun at the same time!
Got super *kilig* when we saw our logo flashed on the screen!
Hehehehe so cute!!
Kawaii cookies from oh, Bento!
With our newest writer / contributor, Mica!
These = <3 <3 <3
This upcoming Christmas, Kawaii PH should hold an outreach activity and teach kawaii activities to kids! *yay new idea* :))
This Kawaii Girl did 3 felt bow kits for herself, for her sibling and for her mommy!! HOW SWEET!
We even had guys, little boys, and mommies trying out the felt bow workshop!
Thank you lovely kawaii girls for visiting us!
They got free body paint from our booth neighbor, haha~
With Armaine, our new videographer at Kawaii Philippines!
Mica got a free rainbow hat from the program, so we all tried it out, hahaha!
It was such a fun day! It was tiring but definitely FULFILLING!
Hope we can do more kawaii workshops and related activities in other parts of the Philippines in the future! That would be so awesome <3