One Saturday, we had a chance to experience the Christmas activity at Podium. For purchases adding up to P2,500, you get a chance to participate in different activities such as card making, cupcake decorating, and xmas ball decorating.
These little things melt my heart when I see big smiles on my kids’ faces 🙂
You can call Podium at 638-9781 for more information.
Last year, my mother-in-law had her usual “pasalubong” for Chesca. But this time, it wasn’t a toy or food. It was something new. A Dora Bedsheet set! She absolutely loved it. She got it from Shoppesville in Greenhills. It was such a great buy. The fabric was soft and Dora didn’t look fake (like most character stuff you find in Greenhills).
When I wanted to buy more character sheets a few months back, I couldn’t find the store in Shoppesville anymore. We were told they closed but had a shop in St. Francis Square across SM Megamall.
I recently tried finding the stall, and fortunately, one of the sales ladies on the second floor knew what I was talking about and directed me right away.
Enter the door beside Mercury Drug. Take the escalator to the 2nd floor, make a right and another right (like making a U-turn), you should see the shop right away in front of the steel benches.
Took pictures of the store for reference.
A bedsheet set costs P500-600 compared to the Canadian brand in the malls which costs P2,000+. It consists of a fitted sheet and 2 pillow cases. If you want a comforter, a set would be P1,200-P1,500 depending on the size. If you want only a comforter, it would be around P1,000, again depending on the size.
Just make sure the fabric you choose isn’t the thin, slippery, one. Make sure it feels like the nice thicker soft ones.
They have different designs for girls and boys.
I was able to buy Strawberry shortcake, Dora, Hello Kitty, and Winnie the Pooh.
Kids will surely enjoy sleeping now with these character sheets. For sure my kids do. I don’t have to force them to go to their beds. Instead, they climb up their beds by themselves and talk to whatever character on the sheets. They tell them its sleeping time.