Our first love is making things with our hands. We also love to make new friends. As craft facilitators, the workshops we have conducted allow us to bring these two loves together. We have worked with corporates, government agencies and schools, customising craft workshops tailored to their needs. These included, team building workshops, community workshops and fringe activities at PR events.
Here are of some awesomely enjoyable workshops which we ran. Crafting was really fun even though many of the participants did not have any prior experience. We were there to show them how simple it was to DIY and make something fabulously beautiful with their hands. No experience was needed to create their work of art. If you would like to plan some activities for your event and would like fresh ideas, why not talk to us? We will be excited to suggest hands on craft sessions for your event. Just drop us a note at email@example.com we will be right at the other end waiting for you!
Client: Jardine Ambassadors
Craft: Shrink Plastic
We made beautiful shrink art pieces with the Jardine Ambassadors and their clients from MINDSET Care Limited, a registered charity which has been established to make a difference in the mental health area.
Client: A Primary School in Singapore
Craft: Upcycling with Used Paper and Old T-Shirts
WahSoSimple ran six 2-hour upcycling workshops with Primary 4 students in a school in Singapore. We impressed upon the students the scarcity of forests and water through crafting. We converted one-sided paper to personalised notebooks and old T-shirts to pot coasters.
WahSoSimple was humbled to have teachers as our students, as we showed them how they can make their own pot coasters from old T shirts. The session was to inspire them on how they can impart the knowledge of upcycling to their students.
At this public Fun With Shrink Plastic Workshop, we shared with participants on how they can use chalk pastels, acrylic paint, colour pencils and permanent markers to create their own shrink plastic pieces.
We conducted a craft workshop as part of a team building session for 60 members of their staff. We did lots of kneading, sculpting and stamping and created beautiful personalised clay dishes for their precious trinkets.
Client: Central Singapore Community Development Council (CDC)
We have been running community craft workshops with Central Singapore CDC with the help of volunteers from schools across the many Senior Activity Centres (SAC). Together with the volunteers, we have crafted with over 900 elders with craft sessions specially tailored to work on their fine motor skills.
Some of the craft items that we have done include: