Looks like pretty much everyone has posted their blog post about their fun time at the Charm Making Workshop with Kelvin Gems. Looks like I too am pressured to have it posted up ASAP~! Just kidding, I really like the workshop. REALLY~!!!
Looking back, a big thank you to Angie and her husband Kelvin for giving the opportunity to bloggers like a few others and myself to give the Charm Making Workshop a try. I knew I had fun and so did the others who attended the workshop. Though it is a Charm Making Workshop I totally believe that guys would also enjoy some hands-on experience with making a special gift for their loved ones.
Of course girls love it as all the girl participants (whom has blogged about it) were simply enjoying themselves during the workshop. Now enough of words and lets get to the pictures~!
First off would be the tools that were provided for the workshop.
With these tools ready to twist and turn all the metals in the room, the participants were all fired up to get started with their own charms!
Participants were paying full attention to Angie the instructor at the workshop.
Now lets take a short glimpse of my unfinished charm bracelet.
Of course the ornaments chosen has a story to tell and the story is mine to explain and interpret.
Why not we take a look at the other participants who were busy with their own charm that they were lost in their own world of charms, beads and metal~!
Now I remember Angie asking dear Jayren for whom the charm bracelet would be for, whether would it be for his gf or for his mother. I was quick to reply on his behalf saying that his gf is just right next to him, so best not for him to answer :)
Then everyone started laughing away as Jayren seems speechless after I interrupted Angie with her questions.
Now the couple at hand who attended the workshop.
Of course we had a professional in the room who was busy making his own charm bracelet for his beloved gf. He was simply a pro at making them (and writing about them too). He is an efficient, charm making machine~!
Ben in the midst of making his how many hundredth charm (simple exaggeration)~!
Now, you gotta check out my post to find out how my charm bracelet look like at the end. So click on “Continue reading” to catch the rest of my blog post (if you are not on the blogpost itself yet :p)
My completed charm bracelet with a story of its own for the recipient. :)
And as the participants of the workshop were all bloggers, they were all busy taking pictures at one point of time, like our dear Ms Bendan who had her huge DSLR ready to capture all those beautiful shots on her blog~!
I had to leave the workshop early for another event which was situated right at the other side of where I was for the workshop. But before I left, I was able to capture another charm bracelet that was ready.
And finally a final picture of all my own handy work as well as a picture with the instructor herself, Angie. Big thanks to her husband Kelvin for taking the picture for us. :)
And yes I made a key chain as well, which I believe could have been made better, but due to time constraint, I had to make do with whatever time I had left.
Now, as I had said earlier, there were a number of bloggers who has beaten me to the punch of posting up the blogpost on this event (its not like I am super fast and efficient just YET). Now you can check them out below:
Well I hope you enjoyed my really simple writing here. Just a nobody signing out~!