Bazaar is a very happy place especially to those people who loves shopping but on a tight budget. It was just a dream to be a bazaarista or to join a bazaar but last week, my dream came true. I became a concessionaire at Hildegarde bazaar at st. Scholastica’s college together with my cousin and sisters. Sooo happy! 😄
I am in love of the idea that people will buy something that I made, my own product. So, I made flower crowns and friendship bracelets. Selling cute stuff to the students and hearing great comments about the items, really makes me kilig!😍ayieeee! Hahahaha! I also sold items that were not hand crafted by me but oh so cute like earrings and headbands in a very affordable price! 😚 Canvas bags and doodle notebooks made by my sister were also sold on our booth. The notebooks and bags were really loved by the students because of the unique and chic designs! 😌
Yummy Candies, cupcakes and cookies were sold by my cousin and the students really loved those goodies. Freshly baked yummy goodies that were also very affordable for the students. We were also amazed on how the students supported the bazaar. 😃
I wasn’t able to man our booth for the last day because I got a call from work. So, my sisters took my place. Happily, they were able increase our sales! Good job! 👍
This experience was so fullfilling, I must say. My first experiece was a BLAST! I’ll do this again, for sure!👌
Thank you KULASA! 😘
I wasn’t able to take more photos of the bazaar because I’m busy with selling! Super businesswomen ang peg namin ng cousin ko! Hahha!😆Photos were taken just on our first day.
Until my next post!
💋 ALYSSA 💕💋
It’s been a long time since I’ve posted something new here on my blog. 😊 So here’s my new blog post for 2014. I know this one was kinda late but atleast I have posted something new! 😜 Btw, tumblr messaged me that it has been 3 years since i’ve joined tumblr! Yehey! 👏👏👏🎉
Here’s my post! Enjoy! 😊
To spend the holiday, I went to Tagaytay with the whole gang. Our family loves spending time together. I really treasure our bonding moments. Heart warming! Awhhhhhh! 😍
Going to Tagaytay, we ate late breakfast with Xian Lim. Hahahah! McDo brekky!
Photo Ops were endless in Tagaytay. As a proof, I took 200+ photos using my phone only. I don’t know how many photos we took using my mom’s ipad and on my sister’s dslr. 😄The view is breath-taking, so you will not be tired of taking photos of nature and of course taking selfies and selfWE. Hahaha! Here are some photos:
EATING is our passion! Hahahha! What is eating in Tagaytay without ordering Bulalo?! Tagaytay = cold weather = BULALO! FtW. 😄
#ootd - oversized cardigan: mom’s hand me down | black tank top: bazaar | pants:Uniqlo | bag: Trunkshow | gold shoes : SM Parisian
This is the newest attraction here at Tagaytay City. The entrance fee is 50 pesos. When you get inside and decided to try on some rides, you’ll pay on the ticket booths inside the sky ranch. Unfortunately, we didn’t try any of the rides because the amusement park was jam packed, so the lines were super duper long. (Yeah! We were impatient! Hahahah! We admit! 😝) so we decided to just stroll around the area to take photos. Here are some of the photos I took using my phone.
Dragon dance inside Sky Ranch to cele brate Chinese New Year! 👍
We went here to feel the cold breeze of Tagaytay. Cold! Brrr! And to take endless selfies and selfwe.. hahaha!
We took a hot cup of coffee (a cup of hot green tea latte for me hahaha!) at our last stop, the new Starbucks in Tagaytay. I think this is the biggest starbucks in the Philippines. So huge, i must-say! It can serve a huge number of coffee lovers! 👍👍
💕💕01.31.2014 was a blast! FUN day!😆
Until my next post!