Friday, July 20, 2007

Basic Beaded Accessory for Beginners

A reader emailed me and thanked me for creating a blog on events and seminars. It was too bad the email was sent to my other email address which is the one I use for all my YahooGroup subscriptions. In other words, I did not get to read the email until yesterday. Anyway, Ms. Em Mariano hopes she can reach out to more craft lovers and tell them about their upcoming seminars through this blog.

One these upcoming seminars, Basic Beaded Accessory for Beginners, will be held tomorrow, 21 July 2007, from 10 am to 5pm at the Danzhub Studio, Libertad Street, Mandaluyong City, beside California Garden Square and just 5 minutes away from the MRT Shaw Station.

They promise to teach you the techniques of the craft, color combination, trends and design execution, creative design, marketing and pricing, and sourcing. They also promise to teach how to make 2-in-1 convertible accessories like bracelets which can also be used as necklaces, bracelets used as bag charms, etc.

The seminar will be conducted by Ms. Mariano whose designs are displayed at Urban & Co, Tint (Greenbelt), Souk (Shangri-la), Pandango F&S (Serandra, the Fort), and many more upscale stores in Metro Manila. If you want to know more, call Business FunDynamics at 7182182 or 09194011308, or visit

I myself would love to go but for now I have no idea about the registration fee. I wonder if they'd give a discount for this late free advertisement. :)


Markk said...

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Gibo said...

hi mark. it is not really a secret. i had to research how to do it but i got it in the end. checkout this post:

feel free to ask if you encounter any problem.

by the way, tell me if transferring adsense inside your post will improve your earnings. as for me, it did.


Freddie Sirmans said...

Just browsing the internet, very, very interesting blog.

Markk said...

Thanks for the answer, Gibo. Well,it's supposed to help improve your Adsense earnings, according to people like John Chow. You can see how they place those Adsense ads. Cheers.

Gibo said...

thanks freddie. hope you can come back once in a while. :)