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Sunday, May 4, 2014

Happy Mother's Day!

I will be off to Davao to attend the PCS midyear convention, and that will be until May 11. So I won't be able to celebrate Mother's Day with my mom and family during that time. So I asked all my sisters to celebrate mother's day todAy instead. Afterall it's the thought that really counts right?

I thought about this only 3 days ago, how should we celebrate mother's day? I'm short of time to buy a gift, since I'm duty yesterday. 

I thought why not try the 'Tea Party' experience. There are TWGs branches around Manila to choose from and I'm curious to know why it's so expensive.

How I prepared? Of course it has got to have a little touch of 'artsy med'. Starting with a handmade card. It has always been my dream to make a teapot card and I think this is the best time to make it come true.

I woke up at around 4am and decided to use my gelatos.

What I used in this project:
Faber castell gelatos
Wet wipes
Washi tape
Different colored pens

1. I started w/ a teappt template I got from Pinterest. Then printed it on a cardstock, then cut it.

2. With my gelatos I colored the template, and used the wet wipes to blend the colors.

3. With permanent markers and pen, I added some details. And also w/ washi tape I placed across the middle.

4. Placed my message

5. Whoalla! My teapot card!

Then I went on duty. On my from status, after rounds I hurried and went to Powerplant Mall Rockwell.

We first ate lunch at kulinarya. Food is just ok not something special.

Last stop is the TWG. It's a little pricey but perfect experience! The teas blend so well with the cakes they offer. 

The technique here is to eat a piece of cake, then while the cake is in your mouth and you're trying to savour it's sweetness, you then drink a sip of tea. You'll feel the perfect blend of the tea woth the cake to a new flavor! Amazing isn't it?
Happy Mother's Day mom! Hope you enjoyed our treat for you!

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