I love bazaars, especially the ones organized for homemade, handrafted and local produce. Though the products are a bit pricey, I am sure that every peso I pay goes directly to the family or group who made them, not to big time corporations.
I honor, salute and am inspired by homemakers, local farmers and independent hand crafters. They remind me everyday that we can still good food, high quality products without relying too much on factory-made products.
‘Edible prints’ is a HUGE lifesaver to bakers like me! For someone who can’t afford the whole edible printing system, I am thankful for having reliable suppliers around.
Because of these prints, I no longer have to rack my brains and search the entire worldwide web for designs that are doable on cookies and cupcakes.
Here are samples of our creations using edible prints:
How I wish, though, that we have our own edible printing system so I can just purchase the web to print software from eoncode.com and print all day and night, but it’s not possible for now. It’s included in our future plans though
PH Bakehouse remains wholesome, until our kids are able to FULLY understand the birds and the bees.
Kinky cakes and cupcakes are hot commodities and customers are willing to pay high prices (and even squeal!) just for these goodies so why ditch each and every kinky order received?
Because we are homebased and we have two minors at home watching us, as we work on our cakes. They are our Number 1 critics when it comes to designs. We just can’t corrupt their innocent minds for how much? $50 worth of cake. Thanks but no thanks.
Sure we did a few sexy ones, even an Exotic Lingerie for a friend’s bridal shower, but nothing too vulgar. We value our kids (and what they see) more than anything. Besides, they are the reason why we are baking and caking, right?
My kids are darn lucky! Aside from having wonderful parents (ehem!) and extended family, they have titas and titos who are generous enough to give them the things that they really, really need (okay, fine, sometimes their WANTS are also given haha!)
Yesterday, my friend Leah gave them a portable piano and two guitars! Imagine that?
These instruments are all helpful because the kids and their Dada are all music lovers! The instruments are also in pristine condition and came with respective cases so we no longer have to buy new SKB Cases! Lucky kids and parents indeed!
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My sister made this pretty tarpaulin for PH Bakehouse’s bazaar yesterday. Too bad I forgot to have it printed
Isn’t it gorgeous? This reflects my own personality, kikay yet fierce! I will just have this printed locally but for the smaller prints, I am sourcing reliable online wholesale printing for economic reasons. Any help? I need printing companies who will offer services for business cards, bulk mini tarpaulins, etc.
My BFF Gertee urged me to join a mini bazaar at the 1st Team Kovu Dog Sports Cup a month ago, I said YES! and I am so glad that I did!
The dog sport cup was held yesterday in EVIA Football field in Daang Hari and it was a blast!
Brought 23 boxes cupcakes, all got sold!
I hope next time though, I’d be ready. I didn’t have any tarpaulin or signage with me, only business cards. I even forgot my cupcake stand geez! Hopefully I could join an indoor bazaar next time so I can use my wooden cupcake stand made from unfinished wood cutouts :)
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Yes! So happy to know that there are second-hand bose companion 5 here in the Philippines! My husband has been looking for one but finds all online prices too steep for his budget.
Bose’s Companion 5 speakers are great for those who want more from their DVD audio but lack the space for a true surround-sound setup.
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