Our Trip to Zonta Alabang’s Christmas Carnivale

I listed down three reasons why you should go to the Christmas Carnivale Bazaar by Zonta Alabang. Well, we went this afternoon, and it didn’t disappoint!

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There were a lot of merchants, food booths, entertainment and all sorts of fun! I had time to go around on my own because Z was sleeping and Y was busy eating, haha! Here’s what I found:

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Wooden Nativity sets hand-carved from Laguna.
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Such a nice reminder for us moms…
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This is not your ordinary bag. The designs are photographs by the owner, Ched Limson so you’re sure that it’s one of a kind.
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A Christmas Tree adorned by socks!
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Let me introduce to you Wit’s. It’s a granola-type snack but with a twist. It is infused with ginger or mango and an added spice. Sarap!
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These goodies are so good! Yes, I tasted each, haha 🙂 Follow them on IG: @berkiesmnl.
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I’ve never seen this before. It’s Jumping Clay. A box costs P350 and comes with clay and a set of instructions. You just let it air dry and voila!
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For the men in your life: Sinag Eyewear. Made of bamboo, it is lightweight and doesn’t scratch. SOme styles have polarized lenses. Very chica! Follow them on IG: @sinagph
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Memo boards, cheese tray, magnet boards.
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I like making lists… and checking it twice! Lots of organizing tools from Storage Solutions.
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Authentic Murano glass beads from Miss Chic. Find them on IG @misschic.ph
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Me and tutus! Love this collection from Simara! They accept customized orders. Follow them on IG @shopsimara.

There’s many more pa! So try to visit them on Sunday. They are open from 10am to 9pm with lots of shows throughout the whole day. There’s also a booth for kids with bouncy houses and toys so they can be busy while you’re busy!

Happy Weekend!

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