Provenance 1800 Designs and Crafts Giveaway (CLOSED)



When you shop for jewelries and accessories in shopping malls, there is a huge possibility that the items you bought are mass-produced and marketed. This only means that somewhere out there, someone is wearing accessories completely identical to the piece you own. This is not a problem for most of us, but there will always be people who want to be unique in terms of fashion, clothing and accessories one way or another. In view of this, many people who crave to express their own style and individuality have resorted to DIY jewelry kits. These jewelry kits are easy to make and assemble, inexpensive and can be as personalized and unique as you want.

On a similar note, craft and hobby-based education are very famous right now which I think is influenced by the popularity of sites like Etsy and Pinterest. Everybody is going gaga over organic and handmade goods. And people from all walks of life are seeing a great potential in selling their handcrafted products online, turning simple homemakers to successful entrepreneurs. But to be successful, you need to have creativity and skills, and put what you learned into practice.

Provenance 1800 Designs and Crafts, which is owned and managed by Ms. Ingrid Guerrero,  conduct short courses and workshops for hobbyists and aspiring entrepreneurs. She also sell handmade accessories, Beading Kits, DIY Jewelry Kits and Polymer Clay Charms DIY Kits in her online shop. More details as follows:

Services Offered:
  • Beading and Polymer Clay Workshops
  • Beading and Polymer Clay Parties
  • Jewelry Crafting Tutorials
  • Events Management

Provenance 1800 Designs and Crafts have various packages you can choose from, including one-on-one, corporate and group workshops.

Contact Details:
  • Ms. Ingrid Guerrero
  • Mobile: +639162291250
  • Email: provenancedesignsandrafts@gmail.com
  • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/provenance1800onlineshop

Provenance wants to share something with you!

A WAHM's Buggy Life is proud to partner with Provenance 1800 Designs and Crafts in its objective to encourage other people to develop their creativity and start their own business. Join this giveaway and get a chance to win a Polymer Clay Charms DIY Kit from Provenance! Head over to the Rafflecopter below to join. This giveaway ends on December 2, 2012. Open to everyone with a Philippine address.


a Rafflecopter giveaway

Disclosure: This post is a partnership between A WAHM's Buggy Life and Provenance 1800 Designs and Crafts. 
Update: This giveaway is now closed. Please check this post for the announcement of winner: Polymer Clay Charms DIY Kit WINNER.

106 comments:

  1. Yay! Be joining this again. :D Wish me luck! :D

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  2. Very interesting to create your own jewelry! And for the little one too.

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  3. i love scrap book making

    merryjaneocol@yahoo.com

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  4. Scrap book making ROCKS!!!

    escatervinirish@rocketmail.com

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  6. been dying to do beading. and i will before the end of the year.

    krystyna quimpo
    tynakimps@gmail.com

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  7. Scrapbooking! :) Wedding DIYs! Lakwatsera Doll Couture

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  8. my mentor, my friend, my partner! thank you for your overflowing support to me and to my Teddy's Bead Shoppe..

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    1. Thank you sis Diane!! I'm glad that through crafting I got to know you and we became such good friends! Thank you for your friendship!! Wishing you and Teddy more blessings!!! :) God bless!

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  9. my mentor, my friend, my partner! thank you for your overflowing support to me and to my Teddy's Bead Shoppe..

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  10. my mentor, my friend, my partner! thank you for your overflowing support to me and to my Teddy's Bead Shoppe..

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  11. i really want to try clay art and knitting. :)

    katherine (katherine@curiokat.com)

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    1. oops. sorry. i made a mistake. the email address should be:

      katherine@curiosakat.com

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  12. I would love to learn cross stitching again and add clay art too.

    Maria Christina Gumatay
    istin_21@yahoo.com

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  13. I would love to learn how to do some jewelery making!

    Ashley
    tbass16@msn.com

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  14. For quite sometime I did crocheting. And I have already lots of cross stich works.
    Say Yap
    say_yap@ymail.com

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  15. I just bought a tiny sewing machine to make rice packs. I want to make bottle cap necklaces too.

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  16. I've always wanted to try using polymer clay. I'll join this contest as soon as I finish my comm ex duties.

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  17. I want to try crocheting, beading and doing Jewelry Crafting
    Jeniffer Gangan
    jeny_gangan[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  18. Oh, so cute! I love the little cupcakes and the donuts!

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  19. this is a new craft I guess! ... was into crafts until got so busy with other things!

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  20. Goodluck to all who joined in.

    CE 11/13

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  21. i would like to try hairbow making and driving...
    sherry ann gole cruz
    khryza1022@yahoo.com

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  22. joining.. i love scrapping..

    dorry lyn tan
    pr_dorry@yahoo.com

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  23. I would really love to learn how to do those things with polymer clay.. especially with the baking part.. :)

    Justin Vawter Greco Buenagua
    jaztien_15@yahoo.com.ph

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  24. Gizette Cao
    gizettecao@gmail.com

    haven't tried using polymer clay. would love to learn how to! :)

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  25. I'd like to learn how to use polymer clay! :)

    Ginger P. Arboleda
    Ginger@manilafitness.com

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  26. Is it hard to learn how to use polymer clay? What equipment should i buy to learn this? Thanks

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    1. Hi, Gab.

      With creativity, proper tools and training, nothing is really that hard to learn! :) You may contact Miss Ingrid of Provenance for more details. She conduct workshops in Fully Booked every month. Please find her contact details below:


      Ms. Ingrid Guerrero
      Mobile: +639162291250
      Email: provenancedesignsandrafts@gmail.com
      Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/provenance1800onlineshop

      Thanks!

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  27. Looks like a great place to shop for your arts and crafts needs.

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  28. Nice giveaway. Congrats to the winners.

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  29. This skill would come in handy in case you need to come up with giveaways and tokens.

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  30. Hello! This is Ingrid of Provenance 1800 Designs and Crafts so nice to see a lot of people who are also into crafts. Should you wish to learn any of the workshops that we are teaching (beading and fabric jewelry, resin, and polymer clay) add us up on facebook...those of you who are followers of awahmslife blog will get an extra discount. For one on one workshops the venue is usually at our residence at BF Homes Phase 1 Sucat, Paranaque. You can choose your own preferred schedule. We just require a downpayment of 1,000 to reserve your preferred day for your workshop. Have fun crafting!

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  31. I love paper crafts but would like this too. I have a Silhouette Cameo.

    Ditas Chu
    ditas@henrysmom.com

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  32. I'll let my wife read your blog as she loves arts and crafts.

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  33. Great, I'll let my sister know this. Noted. :D

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  34. Nice, a giveaway available for Philippine-based bloggers and readers! Good luck to all who would join!

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  35. Great giveaway!! Good luck to all the entrants!

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  36. Dapat si mama ang naka kita nitong post mo ngayon may mga ginawa syang kung ano ngayon.

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  37. I am very much in love with crocheting. I want to learn knitting and sewing too.

    Mayette Domencil
    maye.domencil@gmail.com

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  38. Joined, hoping to win. Good luck to me.

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  39. Joining your giveaway!
    I really would like to try the polymer clay art but dunno where to find kits.
    thanks

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  40. Joining in your giveaway sis once again and trying my luck again. :) I really would like to try this and i'm very much interested. Thanks for another great giveaway!
    rachelannedelrosario10@gmail.com

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  41. I really love scrap making, and wanna try polymer clay arts. Wish I win =)

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  42. all of us are blessed with creativity, its just a matter of finding which kind of craft we are most compatible with. and here's hoping to win!

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  43. I want to learn how to make clay arts. :D

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  44. I want to make items made out of clay and also to master crochet.. I want to be good in it so I can make it as a mini-business or just to make simple gifts to my loved ones :)

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  45. I already had a chance to try and do so many things but i still didn't have a chance to do Polymer Clay, i've seen it on tv and it's really cute as an accessory or an ideal gift. It really catches my attention and i really want to try it. :)

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    1. Sarah Bagay
      sarahjoybagay@yahoo.com
      hehe :)

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  46. This looks like a good project to start. Count me in!

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  47. I'm actually planning to take courses on polymer clay and this giveaway would make things easier!!!

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  48. I super love scrabboooking and baking:)

    Ma. Karla Shane Orinoco
    mariel_karence@yahoo.com

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  49. I really wanted to learn the tips & tricks on polymer clay, so i can use it in making fashion accessories - aine garcia / aineblogs(at)gmail(dot)com

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  50. I would love to learn how to bake... my kids and my hubby will definitely love it if I get to bake for them, really bake for them :)not the instant baking one (wink) :)

    name: Narissa Maquera
    email: eingelish@yahoo.com

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  51. I love to learn sewing.

    Name: Aileen Broqueza Cabuang
    email: enjainebroser@yahoo.com

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  52. I would love to learn how to sew and make scarves and bags.

    Cymbelly Marzan
    christienne.raikielle@gmail.com

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  53. i would like to learn sewing and scrap book making.

    HELEN GRACE BROQUEZA
    gracia_06292002@yahoo.com

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  54. Cool! Will join this giveaway later today.

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  55. i wanna learn sewing!
    Mae Angeli Garces Leonor
    geli_garces@gmail.com

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  56. Now the Christmas season is approaching, these crafts would really come in handy. Good luck to those joining.

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  57. Awesome designs! I bet this one needs creative skills to produce such beautiful results. DIY products are always amazing! And I love hearing stories from the people who just started from being a simple homemaker into a successful entrepreneur. It's so inspiring.

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  58. This is cute. I've got a couple of charms gifted to me by my parents (good luck stuff and whatnot) and these look like good 'thank you' tokens to close friends :)

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  59. At last, joined here and hoping to win this design and craft stuff.

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  60. This is very easy to do. Problem is I don't have the time to make it. Great idea you have this.

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  61. I want to do this but the problem is walang hilig ang design and craft stuff sakin..

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  62. Me too... I'm not into this kind of stuff - its obvious though I still want to join and give it to my sister. maybe she like this stuff. DIY is something my sister always engage in.

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  63. My wife will be so glad reading this post. My creativity siya and matagal nya ng gusto to learn home jewelry craft.

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  64. I love reading you blogs. Love sewing

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  65. Beading would be an intersting skill to learn .. Shirgie Fulgencio, shirgiefulgencio@gmail.com

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  66. My young daughter is the one who is really into crafting. It's fun watching her while she does it.

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  67. good luck to those joining the giveaway! i'm sure the winner will have a fun and creative time working on her/his very own creation

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  68. Haven't joined. I still got time though! Thanks!

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  69. DIY jewelry is now one of the latest trend in gift giving. Good luck to all who participated.

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  70. Great giveaway. Didn't join as not in philippines.

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  71. Uyy, I will join this!My daughter makes polymer clay crafts!

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  72. Superb designs. I like the way it's classic in a sense. I never did crafts like these but they look enjoyable to try.

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  73. Ang swerte-swerte namn ng mananalo sa giveaway na to! Super cuties!

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  74. I would love to learn sewing and dressmaking.

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  75. Nicole Valderrama
    nicoleciouz@yahoo.com
    I want to enhance my skills when it comes to beading :)
    Plus i also want to learn sewing so i can make clothes for my bears :)

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  76. Hello darling, lovely blog here! Wanna follow each other? Let me know through comments... it would be great to keep in touch =)
    XOXO
    Ylenia
    Last time by Ylenia Labate

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  77. I would love to learn beading! :)

    Ma. Elinor Semira
    elinorsemira0124 at gmail dot com

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  78. I'd like to learn beading and also clay arts.
    Mas Pre
    mas10ph@gmail.com

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  79. sewing and beading

    Nannette Magaway
    nannette_magaway2005@yahoo.con

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  80. crocheting

    Olga Joson Espino
    olga_thursdee@yahoo.com

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  81. these crafts look great! My wife will surely love this. I hope the online channels have an address. 8-)

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  82. I'm interested! I have always wanted to learn crafting myself, as I have ideas but let someone else execute them. hehehe Will check them out! Thanks for the heads up! :)

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  83. I want to learn sew some costumes for cosplay and crochet cute clothes for kids.
    Mikee Mae Garcia
    mikeemaegarcia@gmail.com

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  84. The contest in not open worldwide. Awwww sad! :( Anyways, good luck to all who joined. :)

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  85. Joined! :) I would love to learn polymore molding!

    Che Garcia
    chedygarcia [at] gmail.com

    Anyway, I am inviting you to join my giveaway too ^__^

    http://devmommy.com/devmommy-giveway/

    Cheers & See you there :)

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  86. Im not a crafty person and I could use crafts lessons like these. I have a close friend who makes beaded jewelries and sells it. It is really a hit among women, i even bought some as wedding favors to my bridesmaids during my wedding.

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  87. quilting :)
    camille quiambao
    quiamoi_tres@yahoo.com

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  88. quilting and sewing :)

    Zoan Gonzales
    jongskie721@gmail.com

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  89. Hello, since my mother owns an old sewing machine me and my sibling all know how to do the basics of it. And she's very creative too, she even got a beading box before and i also helped her.
    I heard about polymer clay, and i really want to try it. I know it'll be fun. :D
    Darren Philip R. Mozo
    darren_mozo@yahoo.com

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  90. I want to learn how to make polymer clay accessories too :)

    Roselle Labitad
    san2_adecer ( a t ) yahoo ( d o t ) com

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  91. i love crafts but don't have the time to do it anymore!

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  92. this is cool... I hope I'll have time to try this out...

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  93. And the winner is??? .... (drum rolls)... Great giveaway!

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  94. Yeah, who won? Lucky he/she.

    CE 11/27

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  95. Thank you very much for this Giveaway!!! :) :) Excited to have the Polymer Clay Charms DIY Kit :) :)

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