Do new things, Draw, Workshops

WORKSHOP: Watercolour for beginners

My dear readers,

My second workshop – “Watercolour for beginners” was held on July 14th, 2019, in a warm and cozy co-working place – QSpace, located at the centre of District 1, Ho Chi Minh city. It was a 2 hour workshop with full of joy, surprise and experience. It was meant to serve my big topic of “Try new things”. The purposes of this workshop were to:

  1. Get used to the flow and transparency of watercolours
  2. Get used to and have fun with watercolour’s mediums: salt, alcohol, masking liquid and others
  3. See watercolour as a mean to relax, ease and free.
  4. Ensure each student to have their own type of drawing(s) to take home with.

Guess what, it was so fun when we had a lot of surprises using mediums, lots of laughs and relaxation. I got a cute 6 year old student who created fun and colourful paintings herself. She was so polite and charming saying thank to me and told me she would love to join my next workshops. I also got a warm hearted postcard from another student telling me that she just got a beautiful learning experience. And yeah everyone got different colourful drawings to keep for themselves even though they have never drawn anything before, which is great achievements for them, and for me!

Pictures from my workshop below:

Craft, Do new things, Workshops

WORKSHOP: Making bracelet your own style

My dear readers,

My fifth workshop in 2019 – “Making bracelet your own style” was held on December 29th in QSpace, a warm and cozy co-working place at the center of District 1, Saigon. It was a 2 hour workshop with full of colors, sharing and loving. 

The workshop was meant to serve my big topic of “Try new things”. We tried new things together, we shared our emotions and inner thoughts freely. We created and relaxed at the same time. We had fun and connected with each other, by making same-style bracelets with our friends and by giving our design as a gift to our loved ones. 

This workshop will be hosted again in the new year, January 12nd, 2020, we hope to see you soon. Together, we will blow all of the shining colors to welcome this new meaningful year.

Have a wonderful year end.

Pictures from my workshop below:

Think different, Treat negative emotions, Workshops

WORKSHOP: Decoding negative emotions

My dear readers,

I just opened the first workshop – “Decoding negative emotions” for this page Unbound Wallflowers on June 30th, 2019. The workshop was held in a warm and cozy co-working place – QSpace, located at the center of District 1, Ho Chi Minh city. It was a 3 hour workshop with both presentation and practice. The purposes of this workshop were to:

  1. Discover the secret causes lying behind negative feelings and understand more about the self
  2. Fix the broken relationships and enhance the current ones.
  3. Lead a healthier life, because mindful people live happier and yes, healthier physically and mentally .
  4. Help our loved ones and people around us avoid bad reactions stemming from destructive feelings

And I was touched and so happy with all comments left by attendees in the Survey sheets, that my workshop was different, that it had helped them in realising themselves and their own emotions, and that I had shed some light in solving their problems. 

More importantly, this workshop went on the right track to the main purpose of this website, by really helping people to unbound, to really think different, and to be able to see themselves in another angle. 

There were also contributions and constructive comments for the workshop, for me to know that since it was not a perfect one, I will have room to improve my future work, to present in a more connected way and to create more tips, charts and fun.

This workshop means a lot to me, and despite sending a thank-you email and share my thoughts in the fanpage, I am writing this here again, and words are not enough to show you, my dear readers, how much I love what I am doing, and I hope life won’t catch me in any busy way, for me to continue what I am doing right here, right now.

Have a wonderful day, my friends.