My first Christmas event of the year was with Fujifilm Instax last week at The Atrium in Megamall. They invited me to conduct another Instax & Crafts. This time, we made table top Christmas trees which can also be used as Instax photo holders.
Again, I was amazed at the participants’ crafting skills and how they maximised the materials given them to make these adorable miniature trees!
I think they’re perfect as a holiday dinner centrepiece. Plus, they are super inexpensive to make. Make them in different sizes, colors and go classic or crazy with the ornaments – anything goes! The photos also make them extra interesting and fun to look at.
I was also happy to have been able to finally play with the newly released SHARE SP-3 SQ printer and print some of my mobile photos in square film! So cute!
And this is me being extra animated during the workshop. I get pretty excited during these things. Do join my future events with Instax to witness it first hand. 😛
Afterwards, we picked the best project and awarded her with a brand new Instax 7s, which I’m sure will be loved.
Thanks again, Team Instax, for making me part of this event and thanks to everyone who joined!
If you guys are interested in making your own table top cardboard tree, you’re in luck! Scroll down for the DIY tutorial. Have fun and have a crafty Christmas!
Photos by Nica Cosio and Fujifilm Instax Philippines