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Handcraffiti

Contact name: Handcraffiti
6
Total bookings
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about 2 years
with CraftCourses

Maker's bio

Handcraffiti : handicraft + graffiti Something odd, unique, one-of-a-kind, that is ME! As a handicraft enthusiast, learning new skills is my favorite thing. I've learned all over the world with different tutors to learn new skills, methods, and special techniques, combine my own creations, and after much trial and error, different kinds of unique and one-of-a-kind items are made. Most of the items can be personalised & made to order which makes our products special. Also, we have some craft kits which allow beginners to start their craft time in an easier way, just enjoy the handicraft time as I do. As a small business, I am the one doing everything from design, creation, testing, making, teaching, marketing, packing, and much more. Each order is special to me and make my day! I hope my products do the same to you! We teach and make Japanese carving / Craft kits/candles and personalised gifts. Provide in-person/virtual workshops, also wholesales / personalised orders are welcome. I am a trained aromatherapist, a Korea candle craft association instructor, Korea KAHA handicraft association instructor, and a Korea IADA plaster art instructor. I also have a diploma in Japanese amino acid soap. Finally, a Japanese carving instructor as well.

Courses, kits & gifts

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DIY Japanese carving craft box - DIY kit with Zoom lesson
Next date: 20th Apr 2024
5 places left
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DIY Japanese carving craft box/kit (Forget-Me-Not)
10 items left
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DIY Japanese carving craft box/kit (Mt Fuji)
49 items left
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DIY Japanese carving craft box/kit (Tulip)
4 items left
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DIY Japanese carving craft box/kit (Valentine)
5 items left
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DIY Japanese carving craft kit (Mt Fuji)
50 items left

Recent reviews

All maker's reviews
25 Oct 23'

Vaho reviewed: DIY Japanese carving craft box/kit (Forget-Me-Not)

"The finished picture looks good in the window, however, I feel it is expensive for what you get, and can't quite work out where the cost comes in given everything except the nibs of the 2 tools is plastic. Not sure what the gel you carve into is made of, but I'm sure it would not justify the cost. Also it is small, and difficult to see the lines (but it doesn't matter too much if you do accidentally go over the lines as the picture behind will ask that) Overall I enjoyed the carving and the finished product, but it's too expensive for what you get and too much plastic in these days of sustainability."

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