A Fun Afternoon with School of Styling PH (Tassel Garlands and PiñataMaking)

April 2016: Tassel Garland and Piñata Making
Hello dearies! Yes! I’m officially back on track. You have no idea how much I missed doing product/food reviews and attending events. However, I won’t be posting regularly since I started my career as a makeup artist as well. Rest assured that I will keep this blog updated as often as possible. 🙂

Anyway, last April 2, 2016, I was lucky to be invited to a workshop organized by School of Styling PH – the tassel garland and piñata making.

For me, it’s “a breath of fresh air” and a perfect time for me to relax. I brought my family as well so we can stroll in the mall right after the workshop.
The workshop was held at Glorietta 5 Activity Center. The program started with a lecture about Basic Photography by Ms. Geunice Burgos of Lightkeeper Studios, she gave pointers for perfect shots, how to quality check your photos, composition techniques and etc which I find very essential for us bloggers.

Afterward, Ms. Indy Ycasiano of She Dreams In Ink guided us on how to create our own tassel garland. With the use of crepe paper or “papel de hapon”, scissors, strings, and scotch tape, here is my finished product beautifully placed against our blank wall.

The color reminds of summer. 🙂

A photo posted by Mommy Rockin’ In Style Blog (@mommy_rockininstyle_blog) on Apr 2, 2016 at 6:37pm PDT
Everyone seems so busy making their own tassel garlands 🙂


Making tassel garland is just a piece of cake lols. We moved on to the piñata making and it really tested more of our creative side. Good thing, Ms. Indy provided simple designs to start with. I got the small pyramid which looks really cute and adorable after I finally finished covering them with tassels. Whew! 
Thank you so much Mommy Bloggers Philippines for the opportunity to be in a fun and relaxing workshop. Thank you School of Styling PH for letting us show our creative side in making these tassel garlands and piñatas. I will definitely add these on my list for my next party planning. 

Also big thanks to the following: Lifestyle TV PH (website to be updated), Working Mom MagazineGlorietta (website to be updated), Ayala MallsWhen In ManilaThe Juice BaristaMonogram Style PhLa PommeThe Little WhiskSaco and Lightkeeper Studios as media and brand partners of this event.
Photo grabbed from School of Styling PH Facebook Page


Thank you for the time reading this dearies!
Until next! 🙂


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41 Comments on “A Fun Afternoon with School of Styling PH (Tassel Garlands and PiñataMaking)

  1. Looks like a fun event. And the nice thing about workshops like this is that you could make use of what you've learned and practice more at home. You could also do some DIYs now for your parties and other ganap events.

  2. That's awesome. It's really fun to attend events like this, I'm all about DIY and it would have been nice to experience this! I'm glad you had a lot of fun!

  3. One fun thing about blogging is that we get to attend workshops like this that help us discover our creative side and develop new skills. I hope I can attend a similar workshop in the future. — Maria Teresa Figuerres

  4. One fun thing about blogging is the opportunity to attend workshops like this that help us discover our creative side and develop new skills. That was fun! — Maria Teresa Figuerres

  5. This looks like an awesome workshop to join, too bad I missed it. Hopefully I can join a similar event one of these days. Congratulations on your new job as a make up artist, should be very interesting. I cannot apply make-up to save my life! 🙂

  6. I was part of the afternoon batch. Super fun ng workshop! I'll be practicing my pinata at home when I find the time 🙂

  7. I did experience this one when I was in Kindergarten age. We make use of this as pompoms during parades. It was a very colorful event and great childhood experience. also I really love eating Pinata so sweet and crunchy.

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