Features

  • A Passionate Jeweler Pays It Forward With Bead Jewelry-Making Workshops

    MAYOYAO, IFUGAO — Anna Terrenal found herself in the municipality of Mayoyao for the very first time last August  – not for a vacation, but to teach the beneficiaries of the Seeds, Beads, and Meals for Moms program how to make simple bead jewelry sets.

  • "Spice up Summer", Chalk Magazine Product Feature (May 2016)

    May 2016, Chalk Magazine Product Feature

    Spice Up Summer Spread

  • "Second Life", Entrepreneur Magazine (July 2015)

    Crafter Anna Terrenal officially launched her accessory line, Tesseract Manila, two years ago. But its origins can be traced to 2011, when the business went by the name "Thrifty Frills". Inventory was moving, but Terrenal realized she wasn't growing as an entrepreneur and a crafter...
  • "Remarkable Raketeras", Cosmopolitan Magazine (June 2015)

    When she's not designing and handcrafting jewelry for her own brand Tesseract Manila, Anna helps run Sift Bakes & Cakes, which she co-owns with her mom. Aside from managing the social media marketing and graphic design for both businesses, she also gets shooting photography and videography gigs. Did we mention she's also studying Multimedia Arts & Sciences at the Mapua Institute of Technology?