UpCycled Laptop Bags

8:31 AM |

Fully padded for protection and spacious enough for your laptop and gadgets.

Dimension: 15.5" W x 13"H x 2"
Handle: 20"

Materials: Upcycled denim, Printed Cotton fabric, Foam and cotton fabric lining
With Zipper Closure and inner pockets
Replaceable and Interchangeable belt/tie
(Also available additional /other designs of replaceable belt/tie. )



SOURCE: www.MyCisidlan.com


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Mushroom Candles by Kalaklan

7:00 AM |

Molded mushroom-like by Kalaklan Candles. Dimensions: 460mm Height X 320 mm Diameter | Weight: 9 kg

Kalaklan Candles is an initiative at expanding the aims and purposes of the Kalaklan Community Multi-Purpose Cooperative. The Intent was to supply local candle needs of the parishes in the Diocese of Iba. In the course of making ordinary candles, A creative display of talent led to the making of wax lamps. From current hurricane and solid pillar candles available in the market, none compares to our art deco lamps. This significant innovation is our humble contribution in the handicraft trade. For now, what impels us is the satisfaction of the lingering appreciation of zen-colors never before seen in other lumina products. The inner glow of Kalaklan Art Deco Lamps is a wonder to behold - as color has its therapeutic effects.

CONTACT DETAILS:

KALAKLAN CANDLES
99 Lower Kalaklan Olongapo City, Zambales, Philippines
Tel#: 63-47-2241166


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Gourmet Tuyo

7:51 PM |

It was in 1984, when Ma. Elena “Lelen” Tabora first marketed bottled tuyo (herring fish) fillets through Kalipayan Products. She was considered as the inventor of this famous "Gourmet Tuyo". Some have imitated this but the credit remains to Ms. Tabora who hailed from Bacolod City in the province of Negros Occidental .

After the transformation of the common breakfast food of an ordinary Filipino family, today it is now being serve on the tables of various five star hotels and restaurants as an ingredients on pasta recipes and salads.

A genuine Gourmet Tuyo can be distinguish through this characteristics: it is soak in a corn oil and seasoned with garlic and vinegar to get the aromatic salty-sour taste. Fillet herring should be neatly deboned, scaled, and arranged carefully.

PHOTO: http://www.kitchencow.com

KALIPAYAN PRODUCTS
Sampinit, Bago City, Philippines
c/o Ma. Elena Tabora
phone: +63 (34) 441-1790
fax No: +63 (34) 441-1790

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Philippine Christmas Cards by Dayawan Paper

9:00 PM |

Code: cc-07-87
Envelope size: 162mm x 114mm
Card size: 150mm x 100mm
Material: Handmade paper, ribbons, round and star shaped sequins
Retail Price: Php 30.75 or USD 0.65

The Dayawan Handmade Paper is a livelihood project of the San Roque Handmade Paper Products Multi-Purpose Cooperative, a non-stock, non-profit organization in the municipality of Villanueva, Misamis Oriental, Philippines. It is registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Cooperative Development Authority.

Popularly known by its short name San Roque Handmade Paper, the group is composed of 32 families organized by the Couples for Christ (CFC) under the auspices of the Gawad Kalinga (GK) program. It is supported by the STEAG State Power Inc. (SPI), the government of Villanueva and Phividec Industrial Authority (PIA).

The raw material of handmade paper made by San Roque Handmade Paper is fiber from abaca (Musa textiles). Abaca is a species of banana native to the Philippines. Its fiber is originally used for making twine and ropes.


SOURCE: http://dayawanpaper.com/index.html

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Kirana Small Vanity Tray

7:58 PM |

This tray was made from pandan (Pandanus)leaves in Celadon finish and ceramic accent

Domesticity is a manufacturing company offering gift items, housewares and packaging made of pandan and other materials. The company was started in April of 2002. It is located in San Carlos City, Negros Occidental, two hours away from Bacolod City. Domesticity was started by Mariel Lacson San Agustin. The owner used to be the merchandising manager for local goods for a home retail store in Manila. She employs wives and family members of sugar laborers who have been working for the family business for several years. She now has a total of 40 employees and the rest are sub contractors.

Domesticity manufactures bags, photo albums, bathroom accessories and storage boxes. The products are accessorized by ceramics, fabrics, resins , shells and other materials. It aims to produce handicrafts that have a unique and modern look. Some of its designs serve as conversation pieces in every home.

SOURCE: http://mydomesticity.com


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Tin Mating Cans of Darala Crafts

10:42 AM |

From baskets the range of products seven hundred mini furniture, bud houses, tin mating cans, trap and candleholders. At present, the main products of Darala Crafts are tin lightness, shell balls and shell candleholders, photo frames & mirrors decorated with shells. Its main markets are the U.S.A, Germany, United Kingdom, Spain, France, Denmarks and other European countries.

ADDRESS: CTC Building, A. Raymundo St., Westmont Industrial Complex, Barangay Sta Rosa I, Marilao, Bulacan, Philippines
CONTACT PERSONS:
REBECCA D. FERNANDEZ, Manager
TEL. NOs: (632) 805-5965 / 805-3414
FAX NO: (632) 805 5965
EMAIL ADDRESS: darala@pldtdsl.net ; info@daralacrafts.com
WEBSITE: daralacrafts.com


Source: http://www.homeaccentsphilippines.org/v1/member_darala.php

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SIDLAKAN Reinforced Fire Bricks

6:50 PM |

SIDLAKAN Reinforced Fire Bricks are made out of farm wastes - rice hull ash & alluvial silt. This is a breakthrough in construction material technology.

These amazing bricks have been tested against heat, wind & excessive rains with astonishing results for almost 25 years now. Stress tests on these bricks show that they are stable even under extreme weather conditions.

The benefits in using this Pinoy technology are:

  • up to 50% savings on cement
  • five times stronger than concrete hallow blocks (CHB)
  • up to 40% savings on total construction cost
  • very good refractory qualities
  • ideal for making homes comfortable to live in
  • no need to paint! Bricks are naturally beautiful
  • resistant to termites

Sidlak Pinoy has been tapped by anti-poverty housing project Gawad Kalinga. The company has manufactured bricks in all sizes for homes in Mindanao, including the project in Natidasan in the town of Malaybalay, Bukidnon.

Aside from Fire Bricks, they also have the following:

  • SIDLAKAN Multi-Cop Dryer
  • Extruder Brick Machine
  • Engineered Bamboos

SOURCE:

Sidlakpinoy, Inc.
Sayre Highway
Alkuino Compound
8709 Valencia City
Bukidnon, Philippines
Mobile No.: +63-919-7809101
Tel.No.: +63-88-8283007
E-mails:
reyna@sidlakpinoy.com
manny@sidlakpinoy.com
ching@sidlakpinoy.com

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Te Piña of Rurungan sa Tubod Foundation

6:00 PM |


The pure pineapple fiber is a pure organic vegetable fabric. It is traditionally used for the female and male “Barong Tagalog.” It is now widely used for other contemporary fashion and home accessories.

The Rurungan sa Tubod Foundation (RSTF), a non-profit organization, is based on the Island of Palawan, located at the southern tip of the Philippines. The Foundation creates an alternative livelihood for women in the more poverty stricken rural areas of Palawan by teaching piña weaving technology. The Foundation also provides the physical and financial infrastructure for these women to engage in this sustainable art form. This endeavor continues to lead to innovations based on the unique looms and weaving methods used on the Island of Palawan.

The Foundation’s name derives from Palaw’an, the language spoken by the Palaw’an tribe. Rurungan is an indigenous Palawan organizing model. It is a cluster of women, usually related or living in close proximity, that pools their work and resources for craft making, planting and other economic activities. A male member from the tribe, known as the panglima (the mediator), often heads the group. Coincidentally, the Board of Trustees of the Foundation is composed of 4 women and 1 man. Tubod is a local word for “spring”, the source of life-giving water, which sustains and is sustained by ecologically friendly practices.

SOURCE: http://rurungan.org

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The Miracle Tree called Malunggay

6:02 PM |

Malunggay (Moringa oleifera Lamk) is dubbed as one of the “best bio-food on Earth”. It has taken part of the main stage in agricultural programs in Asia and worldwide. Also known for its various medicinal and culinary usage, many by-products of Malunggay are being discovered and processed on a regular basis.

Containing four times more calcium and two times more protein than milk, seven times more vitamin c than oranges, four times more Vitamin A than carrots, three times more Potassium than banana, three times more Iron content of Spinach, aside from being heavy HDL (high density lipo-protein– a rich source of amino acids, omega oils, and anti-oxidant properties), the capacity of Malunggay to be at par or to top other leafy green vegetables and other fruits is tremendous.

In the Philippines, Malunggay has been a part of the alternative/ therapeutic practices of the Filipinos. Grown as a vegetable tree or a border plant, its tree can easily grow in one’s backyard and will not require a high toll on maintenance. Being geographically conducive for Malunggay propagation and production, the Philippines is now among the top Malunggay producers in the world, just running behind India, Nicaragua, Madagascar, and Hawaii.

Due to extensive proliferation of the miracle tree and the recent discovery of its healing and medicinal capacities, the Philippine Government launched this 2008 a massive campaign on Malunggay planting and by-product production. Congressman Villafuerte of Camarines Sur spearheaded the governmental initiative of propagating Malunggay thru tree-panting by utilizing 700 hectares of land devoted to the growing of the trees. The Quezon City government is urging its constituents to plant Malunggay to curb hunger and diseases. Gov. Arnaiz of Negros Oriental has 350 hectares of malunggay farm.



SOURCE: DS PINOY


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Rolando de la Cruz Anti-Skin Cancer Invention

9:44 AM |

Rolando de la Cruz is a multi-awarded Filipino scientist and inventor who developed an ingenuous formula that could easily remove deeply grown moles or warts from the skin without leaving marks or hurting the patient. His formula was extracted from cashew nut (Annacardium occidentale), which is common in the Philippines and locally known as "kasoy".

In March 1997, dela Cruz established RCC Amazing Touch International Inc., which runs clinics engaged "in a non-surgical removal of warts, moles and other skin growths, giving the skin renewed energy and vitality without painful and costly surgery."

In September 2000, The formula won for de la Cruz a gold medal in International Invention, Innovation, Industrial Design and Technology Exhibition in Kuala Lumpur. De la Cruz's latest product called DeBCC, purportedly an effective cure for skin cancer garnered another two international gold medal awards, the first from the Archimedes Inventors’ Show in Moscow, Russia in March 2005, and the second one from the IENA International Inventors’ Forum in Nuremburg, Germany in November 3, 2005. The same invention also got the highest score from a panel of international judges, and was awarded the top World Invention Winner – Diamond Award and the Overall Inventors’ Award for 2006 in the British Invention Show last October 21, 2006 in London.

Dela Cruz is also recipient of the Department of Science and Technology’s Tuklas Award for Most Outstanding Invention in 1998 for his DeMole and DeWart products that are now available in malls.

DeBCC is an anti-cancer skin cream made from cashew nuts and other local herbs from the Phillipines. Dela Cruz bested 54 other inventors and 1,500 other entries. His new invention treats basal cell carcinoma, a common type of skin cancer generally caused by frequent exposure to sunlight and usually affects the face, ears, scalp, neck, shoulders, and back. (http://en.wikipilipinas.org/index.php?title=Rolando_de_la_Cruz)


SOURCE:


RCC Amazing Touch Int’l Inc.
Address:
22 Commercial Teachers
Bliss Condo II Balon Bato
Quezon City 1106 PHILIPPINES


Tel.:
 (632) 366-78-94
Tel/Fax: (632) 366-78-95

E-mail Addresses:
General Info. - mail@rccamazingtouch.com
Order Products - order@rccamazingtouch.com



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6 in 1 Waste Buster

6:31 AM |

This multi-functional waste buster eco-friendly machine can do six different tasks for the farmer and also for the Local Government Units for its Solid Waste Management.


  • Forage Chopper
  • Shredder – for rapid composting
  • Grinder – residual waste such as Styrofoam
  • Hammer mill – corn grains and other dry leguminous leaves as ingredients in commercial livestock and poultry feeds.
  • Forage mixer – for feeding different kinds of grasses
  • Decorticator – can produce coco fiber and coco coir dust from wet coconut husks


This 6 in 1 machine was manufactured by AGUSTIN GENERAL ENGINEERING SERVICES from the province of Cotobato, Philippines.

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Sumilao Corn Coffee

8:40 AM |

Sumilao Corn Coffee is roasted from organically grown, native, yellow corn from the farmers themselves. The beverage combines the taste of coffee and the benefits of tea, without caffeine.


SOURCE:

Sumilao Agri-Enterprise
Email Address: contact[at]sumilaofarm.com
Address: Sitio Fatima, Zone 6, San Vicente, Sumilao, Bukidnon 8701, Philippines


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Ethnu, the innovative fashion accessories

3:02 PM |

Ethnu, a social enterprise under Ethnocentricity Incorporated, produces fashionable and modern ethnic-inspired accessories that incorporates authentic indigenous materials to increase awareness regarding the different ethnic groups of the Philippines.

A fusion of fashion and culture, Ethnu is more than just a fashion statement. Ethnu is urban ethnicity at its finest.

THEIR THREE COLLECTIONS
  • Kalinga: Peacock Warriors


  • Ifugao: People of the Earth



  • T'boli: Brass Dreamweavers


SOURCE:
E-mail: ethnuaccessories@gmail.com
Facebook: http://facebook.com/ethnu
Blog: http://ethnuaccessories.blogspot.com
Mobile Number: 09178546677 (Gillian Te)


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The papercuts of Artist Sinag de Leon-Amado

9:24 PM |

Sinag de Leon contemporizes art of paper cutting
By Elizabeth Lolarga, Vera Files
For Yahoo! Southeast Asia

As a child growing up in Marikina, Sinag de Leon thrived in an environment strewn with samples of Philipine folk arts and crafts, her parents being avid aficionados and lecturers on the subject.

She picked up a volume of Childcraft and followed the instructions on how to cut out and form a snowflake out of paper. Snow being alien to her sensibility, she wondered how the intricate designs on pastillas de leche wrappers from Bulacan could be duplicated in her new-found medium.

A vanishing craft in that province, paper cutting has been given a contemporary twist in the series of solo exhibits de Leon has had this year. Her latest solo show “Aninag” at the San Beda Museum in the college campus on Don Manolo Ave., Alabang Hills, Muntinlupa City runs until Oct. 30 with her second free paper cut workshop there on Oct. 23. (Read the whole Article here...)


Photo: http://wmn.ph
Note: You can contact the artist with her site: http://sinagshine.multiply.com/
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Larry Alcala His & Hers Collared Shirt for Him (Pinoy Games)

11:26 AM |

Pinoy Cartoonist Memorabilia feat Slice of Life by Larry Alcala

His&Hers Collared Shirt for Him with Pinoy Games artwork

Colors: GRAY, WHITE

SOURCE: SOLO

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Tiger Shoe, Plaid Shoe, Beaded T-Strap Sandal Shoes

10:54 AM |

Tiger shoe (Left)
Dominantly in gold with black lining, sprinkled with gold glitters.

Plaid shoe (Middle)
Alternating black, green and red for primary colors with a little white lining. Cast Resin, hand painted, non-toxic acrylic paint with gloss finish.

Beaded t-strap sandal (Right)
Dominantly in black, sprinkled with silver glitters.

Dimensions: 3.75in x 1.25in x 2in
Weight: 30 g

Cast Resin, hand painted, non-toxic acrylic paint with gloss finish.

SOURCE: MARY KEL COMPANY

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Sampaguita by Pinoy Parol Creations

10:42 AM |

Fiberglass Lantern designed to eradicate yearly maintenance/repair. Colors don’t fade and it’s guaranteed to last for many years. Electrical diagram and installation are very simple that even you can fix it yourself as in changing bulbs due to the back design of the lantern. They also provide extra bulbs and winkers.

The only company in the Philippines that manufactures Fiberglass Christmas Lanterns that are more durable, economical and environment-friendly than the capiz lantern being sold in the market. The Bureau of Fish and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) has already banned the use of Capiz Shells: semi-finished or semi processed.


SOURCE:

PINOY PAROL CREATIONS
A. Mabini st., San Juan City ,Metro Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines

Contact Details
+639212244837
+639234718817


Read more: http://www.sulit.com.ph/index.php/view+classifieds/id/1664025/m/3142002/Christmas+Lanterns+FIBERGLASS+and+VINYL
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Nativity by Dekokraft, Inc.

10:31 AM |

From the time Dekokraft INC. was established on September 8, 2005, its people have been constantly producing various Christmas and other Holiday decors inspired by thoughts of bringing smiles to other people's faces because of the cheerful charm of the season that radiates from each of their handcrafted work.

Incorporating form and function, its initial products of Holiday decors eventually evolved into useful yet stylish products like candleholders, boxes, photo frames, centerpieces and votives.

Quality control is assured by implementing comprehensive training of production workers and sub-contractors and is strictly maintained by requiring in-house production sub-contractors to submit control samples to be approved before any major production commences. To enhance production capacity while maintaining cost-efficiency, the company utilizes livelihood centers and works largely with various sub-contractor groups.

SOURCE: DEKOKRAFT

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Caragumoy

8:44 PM |
Caragumoy Products

Caragumoy (Pandanus simplex) is a variety of screwpine distributed mostly in the inlands of Luzon and the Visayas Island. It is greenish Grey in color as it dries and is used traditionally for mat-making, hats, bags and baskets. CCAP developed this material further into cushion, footstools, bolsters and different functional trays and bins for the modern home.

SOURCE: COMMUNITY CRAFTS ASSOCIATION OF THE PHILIPPINES, INC.


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Increweld, the World's Smallest Welding Machine

9:58 PM |

INCREWELD is the ORIGINAL World's Smallest Welding Machine. The machine was invented by Frank M. Andrade and manufactured by Andravel Incorporated under Patent no 1-200-02181 granted by the Philippine Patent Office in April 28, 2004.

The advantage of the INCREWELD aside from being conveniently small and lightweight (1.6kgs) is its 100% duty cycle. Meaning no overheat at prolonged and continuous operation. Quality of welding is superior because of its capability to perform continuous full weld fusion.

Moreover INCREWELD consumes 30% less electricity as current runs through the system during actual welding only.

The INCREWELD has 2 years warranty and it is expected to last a lifetime as it does not overheat and no mechanical moving parts are present for wear and tear. The first unit assembled in 2003 still runs up to this time being used for demos.

SOURCE: INCREWELD

Andravel Incorporated
c/o Frank M. Andrade
Mobile: 63917 8336614
Email: increweld@yahoo.com

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F-22 Farrier Trimaran by Melvest Marine

9:32 PM |
Marcus Tomblin's F-22R "Kermit, the little green racing machine",


A trimaran is a multihulled boat consisting of a main hull (vaka) and two smaller outrigger hulls (amas), attached to the main hull with lateral struts (akas). The design and names for the trimaran components are derived from the original proa constructed by native Pacific Islanders.

Trimarans are now being built here in the Philippines and made possible by Melvest Marine. They manufactured boats using finest materials sourced locally and all over the world. Their factory is located in Taytay, Rizal, a 20 kilometers East of Metro Manila.

SOURCE: MELVEST MARINE

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Necklaces by Dire Husi

7:00 PM |

This Necklaces are products of Dire Husi, a youth organization, a creative social enterprise, an artisan collective, a band of world musicians, a training hub, and a fair trade advocate.

“Dire” is a Visayan word for “here” and “Husi“ is a Manobo word for “friend.”


SOURCE: DIRE HUSI


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Jute Bag by Salayhandmade

6:45 PM |


Jute Bag
Another carefully styled craft made out of pure jute sac is sewn and fashioned in the manner finely suited for every occasion. With bamboo and abaca twine used in its handles, you can be certain of your safety and convenience in carrying them. Jute bags come with desired patches and pockets.
CODESIZE (cm)
CFT-340531.5 x 60
CFT-340623 x 22.5 x 52
CFT-340726 x 39
CFT-340829.5 x 50
CFT-340916.5 x 22.5
CFT-341015 x 21.5
CFT-341119 x 25

SOURCE: SALAY HANDMADE

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Tapuy

7:08 PM |
Tapuy

Tapuy is a Filipino rice wine originated in Batad (a place in the Banaue Rice Terraces), Ifugao, Philippines. This native wine from fermented rice is also produced in the Cordillera Province; particularly in Apayao, Benguet, Kalinga, and Mountain Province. Other names for tapuy in these parts are: tapey or bayah .

The native brew is prepared locally and produced from fermented rice. There are 2 main ingredients: glutinous rice and bubod (starter culture).

The tapuy rice wine is considered as the ceremonial wine served during special occasions (such as weddings) and large celebrations like a bountiful harvest festival. Since the natives can produce tapuy rice wine inside their homes, the local wine is also imbibed by the locals on a daily basis.

SOURCE: hubpages.com

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Tinubong

8:01 PM |

Tinubong, as a delicacy, derives its name from its container, an internode of buho (bulo in Ilocano) with the node at one end, which is called tubong in Ilocano.

With the other end of the tubong open, a wet mixture of glutinous flour, sugar, coconut milk, small strips of young coconut flesh, cheese and margarine is inserted into the tube. Others also used ground peanuts and raisins.

In the good old days, the tinubong was cooked over charcoal embers until the tubong changed its color from green to a slightly scorched black. Nowadays, however, large-scale tinubong makers use the kind of ovens found in bakeries.

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Banawe Body Bag

6:17 PM |

From school, to carrying your laptop, to a hip alternative diaper bag, our versatile, spacious messenger bag is practically all you need to get you through every stage of your life -- and look hip doing it.

  • One front adjustable clasp closure.
  • Main compartment has inside slip pocket.
  • Front panel has zipper compartment.
  • Adjustable 2" shoulder strap.
  • 600 Denier Polyester
  • Size: 14 1/2" x 12" x 5"

SOURCE: CANVAS

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Moisturizing Massage Oil with Virgin Coconut Oil and Lemongrass

7:19 PM |

99.5% Organic Moisturizing Massage Oil with Virgin Coconut Oil and Lemongrass. Let the healthiest of oils, pure tropical virgin coconut oil melt your cares away with its feathery light touch. Easily absorbed so you can paper yourself with no sticky after-feel.

SOURCE: HUMAN NATURE


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Philippine Mahogany Wooden Aircraft Models

9:51 PM |

BRUCECRAFTS is one of the largest modelmaker of high quality Philippine-made Gifts and Collectibles Mahogany wooden aircraft models in the country.

They have over thousands of aircraft models, model planes, aviation models, airplanes, pacific aircrafts, warplanes, wooden aircrafts, jetfighter, aeromodel, bigbird, biplanes, boeing, bombers model, World War II aircraft, handcrafted made, hand-made aircrafts, Collectors item, collectaire, jetfighter, miniature desktop display, military planes, Airliner and Jets, Scale model aircraft, Carrier, diecast, spacemodel, custom-built, airplane models, scalemodel, shipmodels, shuttle, miniature, collectair , corsair, dragonwings, aerospace, executive display, flying club, herpawings, minicraft, modelship, plaque, plastic, rocket, stealth, earospace, thunderbolt, tomcat, warhawk, wings, large scale / scaled aircraft models.

SOURCE: Brucecrafts

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Laundry Bags by Beansprout

8:09 PM |

Printed laundry bags are made with the same lightweight, durable & water resistant nylon material that use for shopping bags.

SOURCE: Beansprout

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A MIRACLE SOLUTION

7:56 PM |

A versatile environment-friendly deodorizer and disinfectant. It’s an effective and economical solution to foul odor, bacteria, and disease carrying insects. This solution is harmless to humans, animals, plants, marine life and soil.

Milagro™ is a miracle-like plant concentrate extracted from the banana plant pseudostem. It is a breakthrough product employing a unique process to blend banana stem juice with other natural elements. The resulting concentrate can then be diluted with clean water in a variety of ratios and used in so many beneficial ways as a powerful multi-purpose disinfectant and odor eliminator without the use of harmful or toxic chemicals. It is a remarkable product that helps protect the environment while promoting sustainable consumption.

Milagro™ is:

  • Anti-fungal
  • Anti-bacterial
  • Organic (plant-based)
  • Bio-degradable


SOURCE: The Enviro-Friendly Store

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Ribbed Rock Dish

7:06 PM |

A unique garden accent made from the volcanic rocks of Mount Pinatubo.

SOURCE: PUMICESTONE UNLIMITED VENTURES

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Bookworms Pendant by Thingys

3:45 PM |

Handmade book-look-a-like clay pendant by Cessa Gaston.

SOURCE: THINGYS

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Pasintabi by Tuldok Animation Studios Inc.

3:10 PM |

Wisdom doesn't necessarily come with age, or so thought Reb, a 10 year old boy who finds his grandfathers stories interesting but just a bit too fantastic.

Reb, frustrated with his grandfather who is an albularyo (medicine man), believes that he is stuck with his old, primitive beliefs and practices until one fateful night changes Reb's life forever.


This animated fil was created by Tuldok Animation Studios Inc. is a non-stock non profit organization whose dream is to make the world realize the artistic and creative talent of the Filipino people. Combining our expertise in storytelling, art, animation, voice acting, and music together with our rich culture, it has become our dream that the Filipino artist is recognized in the international community not just an outsourcing tool but as an untapped resource for creative and unique content as well.

Tuldok is the Filipino word for dot, speck, or a point. It is the most basic part of a drawing from which all kinds of lines, shapes, patterns are created.

Watch the teaser trailer of the film:

SOURCE: TULDOK ANIMATION

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Life-Size Dinosaurs by Heinimex

7:06 AM |

This item was manufactured by Heinimex Corporation , a world’s premier manufacturer and exporter of decorations and reproductions for the home and garden. Each product is individually hand cast and painstakingly finished by our highly qualified Philippine craftsmen.

Other range of their products include attractive collections of furniture, fountains, planters, urns, life-size garden statues, CD-holders, clocks, wall plaques, wine racks, advertising plates, showcases and birdcages. They offer one of the largest ranges of human and animal reproductions and are well known for our skillfully reproduced Egyptian artifacts.

SOURCE: HEINIMEX

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Merlin Themed Figure by Yab Design

6:41 AM |

A six feet theme figure made from polyester resin, reinforced with fiberglass and weighing 35 pounds.

These item was manufactured by Yab Design, a company founded in 1990 and located in Angono, Rizal, the art capital of the Philippines. Aside from this life size theme figure, they have other product lines such as home decors, furnitures, garden decors, human figures, animal figures and others. As of today they employed 800 people.

SOURCE: YAB DESIGN

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Ecobowl by Ecoworld Decor

7:39 PM |

These beautiful bowl is made from recycled paper to preserve our environment. Hand-made by Igorot artisans, from the mountainside province of Benguet, Philippines.

SOURCE: ECOWORLD DECOR

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Bangkuang/Bacbac Jute Magazine Rack

7:10 PM |


Made from either handwoven Bangkuang/Bacbac and Jute with Bamboo Frame stand.
Dimension: Bamboo Frame: 48cmL x 50cm H ; JUTE - 70cm L x 35cm W
MC size: 21.25 x 17.25 x 21 inches


SOURCE: Community Crafts Association Philippines

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Buntal Straw Hat

9:26 PM |

Wide brim hat made of multi-colored buntal straw.

SOURCE: Social Action Foundation For Rural And Urban Development, Inc.

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Recycled Woven Zipper Coin Purse

8:17 PM |

Made out of used drink containers, called doy packs. The packs are sanitized and the women sew them together into attractive, durable bags.


SOURCE: http://www.bazurashop.com/


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Abstract Family of Four Design Candle Holder

7:19 PM |

Uniquely crafted home decor made up of ebony wood(kamagong) and serves as a candle holder.

SOURCE: Disenyo Banaue

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