It's Christmas Time at Kultura Filipino!

In keeping the family traditions that we used to love, Kultura Filipino starts the festive Christmas celebration by launching Christmas Naturally, a pre-holiday bazaar that carries Kultura’s new collection of homespun Christmas décor and gifts.

Gift giving and putting holiday decors in our homes to commemorate the birth of Jesus Christ and have that festive feel is a must-do to every Filipino family, that's why here in Kultura Filipino, they start the Christmas celebration earlier by putting up this campaign, which also promotes the  new selections of Kultura’s “Crafts for a Cause” advocacy line. 

This Kultura’s Crafts for a Cause advocacy program has brought together products from different livelihood programs including bags and purses, necklaces and earrings, candle holders and other table tops all made from recycled materials. And I, being a huge fan of things like these, was awed by how beautiful they are, really!

Most of them are made from soda cans, which really amazed me. I know how some organizations create something out of those soda cans, but it is my first time to see them this elegant and look so fashionable!

Kultura Filipino’s homespun holiday décor surely gets me in that holiday mood. There are symbols of a traditional Filipino Christmas with lanterns and ornaments, nativity sets and angel figures, as well as Santa figures delicately hand crafted by local artisans. Made from our country's indigenous materials like capiz, pearls, sinamay, rattan and abaca, I really think that these items can make great gifts for family and friends abroad!

There are also these dazzling holiday trees, topiaries, wreaths, table centerpieces and candle holders in glistening arrangements of holiday foliage that are available at a reasonable prices. I honestly like them all, so yeah, I went gaga over these items that day. Hahaha!

BDO Credit Card holders were able to score 10% discount that day, which made it more Christmas-y!

Oh, Christmas air is all over town, indeed! And you can discover more Filipino holiday finds at Kultura Filipino stores located at SM Makati, SM Megamall, the SM Mall of Asia, SM City Cebu, SM Lanang Premier and at selected SM Stores.

Let's hear that ho-ho-ho, and let's have a fun and blessed Christmas, everyone, all right?

1 comment

Ruth dela Cruz said...

I love Kultura! This is where I bought souvenir stuff I brought for my volunteer work :D