Popular arts and crafts store The Craft Central is turning one year this September. And as part of their birthday celebration, it’ll hold a 3-week series of crafting and making activities.
One of those activations will feature my brother Kenny of KANSIS Made, who will conduct a workshop on the basics of scroll saw cutting.
The special workshop will be held on Sept. 17 at 5PM at the bridgeway across The Craft Central in Greenbelt 5 (located on the 3rd floor).
There are only eight (8) slots available so better sign up fast by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Workshop fee is P100 (tutorial and the wood project).
KANSIS Made offers handmade items ranging from home and office decors, small furniture, signage, and other custom pieces using reclaimed wood.
Heavily influenced by industrial and rustic design, KANSIS Made primarily uses reclaimed wood, salvaged steel, and other materials found in scrap yards that can be recreated and repurposed into useful items. This is our way to sustainable living.
Hobbyist-turned-woodcrafter, Kenny Ansis founded KANSIS Made with the idea of creating unique and skillful handmade items that are not only visually eye-catching but incorporating a functional purpose as well.