Wednesday, April 28, 2010

The Beadlady Art Studio: Committed to giving you the best craft education in the country.

The Beadlady Art Studio:  Committed to giving you the best craft education in the country.

On the second floor of a little bead shop in Cubao is a haven for artists and crafters.  Our goal is to offer the best craft workshops with the highest quality of instruction.  Here at The Beadlady, we know what we’re talking about.


This summer, we invite you to take one of our polymer clay classes.

How are our workshops different from others?

Our workshops are designed with your best interests in mind.  The techniques we teach are developed through years of experience, and not simply lifted off books and the internet.  It takes months (sometimes even years!) of preparation before a workshop is offered.  We make sure that the lesson plan is the most practical, logical, and comprehensive approach, to ensure that students come out of the class equipped with the best possible skills and knowledge.   We only teach a maximum of five students at a time - the small class size ensures personalized instruction. 


The Studio

The studio is spacious, brightly-lit, and fully equipped with an electric oven, manual and electric pasta machines, and ample working areas.  On one corner is a mini library featuring a collection of different craft books and magazines available for studio use.  Starting this June, the studio will be available for rent for your own workshops or meetings.


Workshop fees

Some of our workshops are, admittedly, a bit expensive.  Rest assured that you get what you pay for.  We do not scrimp on materials and service.   Each student gets their own set of materials.  Snacks and drinks from our café are also included in the fee.


The Venue

The studio is located in Cubao Expo, on the 2nd Floor of The Beadlady Craft Café.  The venue is accessible to public transportation.  Parking spaces are available.


The Classes

We make sure that our workshops are not simply classes, but rich experiences you will treasure for years to come. The students we have taught have come from different parts of the country (and one even from abroad), and all have walked away satisfied with the experience.

For our class schedules, please click here.  To register for a class, please email

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Turista Magazine feature

We are so honored to be featured in a travel magazine!

Turista Magazine is published by the Philippine Daily Inquirer, in cooperation with the Manila International Airport Authority, and distributed at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport.

The article was published two months ago, but we just found out about it this week because an artist from Finland attended one of our workshops after reading the magazine. :)

Thank you to Ms. Nisha Alicer, the writer, and Ms. Pia Puno, the photographer, for this wonderful opportunity. :)

Thursday, April 8, 2010


Sorry, I won't be able to reply to your inquiries for a while.  I haven't had the time to answer emails, pm's, and texts the entire week.

I am super busy!  That's an understatement.  I am soooo busy I don't even have time to comb my hair.  I shouldn't even be on multiply right now, but I need to post this quick note just to let everyone know I am not ignoring your inquiries.

I am just concentrating on my tasks this week.

I am teaching two workshops this weekend, so I am preparing everything we'll need in class, and practicing again and again even if I know everything by heart (I'm teaching an advanced class, so it's double the preparation!).

I am making lots of cupcakes again for another order, so my entire day is spent kneading and rolling clay.

Plus I am babysitting two naughty puppies.  Crazy!

So please just leave a message and I'll get back to you when I can.