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15 Cute Crafts Proudly Made By Pinoys

One way you can celebrate Independence Day this weekend is to salute Filipino talent, creativity, and craftsmanship by supporting local artists and craft collectives.
  1. Cut The Scrap makes miniature jeepneys out of scrap wood. They look handsome as is, but feel free to unleash your inner artist and paint or doodle on them!

  1. Illustrator and graphic designer Luchi Tungol's food sticker packs are deliciously pretty.

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  1. Made with wood and leather scraps, these tiny luggage keychains from Alunsina Handbound Books make us want to pack our cases for a weekend getaway.

  1. Milk Collective artist Noni Devora's hand-painted pouches have the prettiest patterns and color palettes!

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  1. Discarded shirts are upcycled in Davao to create these colorful bracelets from Olivia & Diego, a social enterprise working with human trafficking survivors and stay-at-home moms.

  1. Artsyology's cute button pin sets feature various themes such as travel and pop culture.

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  1. These dainty little benches from PS Crafts With Soul are actually "storage chairs" that can hold your earrings and other tiny knick-knacks.

  1. Tish Hautea of Sqooid uses hand-carved stamps to create these darling drawstring bags.

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  1. Pop Junk Love's felt sunflowers instantly brighten up a space—and they won't ever wilt or die!

  1. These pint-sized pineapple magnets by Hearty Crafts are super kawaii.

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  1. Stock up on artist Ella Lama's illustrated notepads before the new school year starts!

  1. Cacti and succulents in dinosaur planters look both fierce and fun. Rawrsome idea, Jurassic Pot!

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  1. Cat ladies and bookworms alike will love these mini notebooks from illustrator Marcela Suller.

  1. Go old-school with Cooouch's handmade pins, which hark back to pop culture—especially Pinoy pop culture—in the '90s!

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  1. Toothy monsters, anyone? These cute creatures from Knitting Expedition are hand-knit by women the Ifugao region.

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Micah is a freelance writer who loves to travel, take naps, hoard postcards, and send snail mail. Now she designs her own postcards for her stationery shop, Eden Street. She loves Star Wars and Star Trek equally, and Eleven is her Doctor.
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