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Tutorial: Kamayan Pin with Pauline Maccay of Handmade by Pmaccay

A Small Business Spotlight
Friday, 10/7/2022
1:00 - 2:00

Pauline Maccay demonstrates how she makes her Kamayan pin. Kamayan is a communal-style feast served on banana leaves and traditionally eaten with your hands. Kamayan means “by hand” in Tagalog. 

Handmade by Pmaccay is a funky chic clay jewelry brand based in the Bay Area. The designs are lightweight and made of polymer clay, pressed flowers, and brass accents. Pauline Maccay is a Filipinx American maker and designer and her goal is to make large statement jewelry for everyone. A portion of the proceeds from every purchase is donated to local nonprofits who need the most help in her community.  

Connect: Handmadebypmaccay - Website | @handmadebypmaccay - Instagram 

Kamayan pin by Pauline Maccay


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