Holiday Gift Ideas with Tanzan, Atbp.


Are you looking for hand-crafted, stylish yet affordable gift items this Christmas? Conceptualised in 2008, Tanzan, Atbp. offers hand-crafted items made from recycled materials, mainly bottle crowns. They’re not your ordinary bottle crowns because they don’t oxidise and don’t become rusty. The edges are smooth and won’t make a single scratch on your skin. The designs? Simple, fun and stylish that could match your everyday get up, and you can wear them even in your special engagements!

It was a pleasure meeting the lady behind the creative finished products of Tanzan, Atbp., Sheryl Fernandez. I didn’t go wrong about committing to drop by and take a first look at the products because those products are well-crafted and made of recycled and indigenous materials. Key chains, pins, bracelets and necklaces — all made from bottle crowns (which by the way are imported from the US of A). Sheryl shared that some of items were designed by her daughter. So, if you’re looking for some girly or kikay stuff, Tanzan, Atbp. is a place to go to. They have designs suited for the boys, too! And if you’re asking how much the items are sold for? The price ranges from Php10.00 to Php200.00, depending on the item.

They also accept bulk orders (10 items and up) at a discounted price, and personalised designs at no charge. Make sure the design is in a 1-inch lay-out, and does not require editing.

Currently, the products are available in the following scheduled Arts and Crafts Exhibits:

November 29-30: Cubao Expo
December 5-7: Gen. Trias, Cavite
December 19-21/26-28: Fisher Mall, Quezon Ave., QC

For orders, please contact:
Sheryl Fernandez
Mobile Phone: 0905.1751270
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/tanzanatbp

Sheryl and her Tanzan, Atbp. do not just sell products. They also give back to the community by conducting a workshop. The workshop is scheduled on December 6-7, 2014, in Gen. Trias, Cavite. With a minimal registration fee of Php150.00, learn the art of creating profitable hand-crafted products. And what more? The proceeds of the workshop goes to their chosen charity.

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