Friday, November 12, 2004

2004 Come Let us Adore Him E-Newsletter

Dear Friend,

"I bring you good news of great joy, that will be for all people! Today in the town of David a Savior has been born to you..." -Luke 2:10

What an extraordinary blessing Christmas is! It is the most magical news of all! A great King (THE greatest ever) was born in a lowly stable. Though the greatest King (since He is ruler of heaven and earth), He came to be our best (THE bestest ever) Friend, one who is there whenever, wherever we need Him. He is not only our very best friend in life but His Word guides us and gives us our life direction. He is our Master Teacher (THE wisest, most knowledgeable ever).

Christ is many things and ALL things to us who celebrate His coming! This is the news that we must carry in our hearts daily specially to those around us who have not heard it or have forgotten it's magic! Let us walk in gratitude and have hearts full of joyful worship during this grace-filled season and always!

E-Newsletter Editor

P.S. This newsletter comes to you early this year so you can participate in the Ukay-Okay project (see below)

In this Issue:

Christmas Corner
Papemelroti is now on Friendster and Blogs!
Ukay-Okay Segunda Mano Project
Social Action Invite
Scrapbook Labels Now Available
Cafe Papemelroti Exhibits
Books for Less Updates
Wild Manila 2!
December is Volunteerism Month!
New Papemelroti Products for Christmas!


The most important part about "Christmas" is the first six letters.


Christmas Corner
Just a few more days and before you know it, Christmas is here! Before we get caught up in the whirlwind of parties, shopping and traditions, let's ponder the wonder and remember the reason for the season!

- Special times need special ways of living. Start each of these advent days differently. Maybe read a chapter from "Purpose Driven Life", sing an inspirational song or visit the garden, all the while dedicating this 'alone' time to the Lord.
- A very meaningful family activity is Preparing for Jesus' Crib. Have an empty crib in the center of the home. Have strips of paper beside it and a pen. Every time a family member does an act of kindness, or good deed, they should write it down on the paper strip and place it in the crib. The goal is to line the whole crib so that when Jesus comes, it will be very comfortable for him! (Very small children need not write down their acts if they're unable to).
- Invite carollers in for merienda or a meal instead of giving them money or candy. Most probably they are from a nearby neighborhood that is in need. Encourage your children to talk to them. Better yet, organize a caroling group and sing in an impoverished area of your community, a prison or hospital. Bring enough food to share.
- Participate in efforts like "Pondo ng Pinoy" (coin bank) which encourages the regular habit of caring for others by giving in a little extra money (even P0.25) every day.
- Have a birthday cake and children's party for Jesus! This will help kids center their idea of Christmas on the birth of Christ rather than on receiving gifts. Have a portion of the party dedicated to the reading of the Christmas story (best read by a child if possible).
- Rejoice in the heavenly music of Bukas Palad's "Pasko Na" concert on December 11 at the UP Theatre, Diliman Quezon City. Shows at 3PM and 8PM, (Ticket prices P100, P200 and P500), call 4261023 or 0917+8274454 for details.

*Some of these suggestions have come from Kasunduan, the newsletter of Ang Ligaya ng Panginoon Community.

Papemelroti is now on Friendster and Blogs!
Now you can add yourself to our Friendster account (search for Papemelroti) and you can also read our latest e-newsletters online at ! You can even be updated whenever a new post is up through Yahoo! Get a hold of the latest promos and discounts as soon as they're available! To subscribe, go to and be a Yahoo member. Then go to our homepage at and click on the "Add to my Yahoo" button near the bottom of the page.

Ukay-Okay Segunda Mano Project

Do you want your home to be less cluttered with so much stuff? Do you want to help people in great need? You can do BOTH by joining the Ukay-Okay Segunda Mano Project!

We need your still usable clothes, shoes, bags for adults and children, toys, houseware (pots and pans are very popular), etc. for Tahanan ng Panginoon's (TNP) outreach programs for our underprivileged countrymen. This will be held at the Nativity of the Lord's Parish, E. Garcia St., Cubao, QC at December Please bring your donations BEFORE the end of November to any papemelroti branch (see bottom of this e-mail). You can also volunteer to help! Just contact Patsy Paterno at 3751069 / 3742442 / 4126487 or e-mail ALL proceeds from the sale will go to TNP (Click to to learn more about what TNP all about). Please pass this message to your friends, officemates and neighbors! Thank you!

Social Action Invite
Do you believe that each of us can make a difference in our world today? Ever wanted to band with other like-minded individuals for a worthy cause? Can't join a regular project since you have limited time but want to go when you can? Don't know what cause you really want to work for yet?

If you answered "YES" to any of these questions, then join our listing for Social Action invites. We will send you current projects that Papemelroti knows about and supports. These invites are open to all so you can bring your friends and relatives as well to any of these events. Just click here to subscribe!

Scrapbook Labels
Now available! Join the ever-growing league of scrapbook hobbyists all over the world! Make your own colorful and creative scrapbook covers using different materials such as art paper, ribbon, lace, doilies, buttons and drawings! OR choose from our available templates for wedding, baby, graduation, travel and all occasion albums. Have these made at any of our shops! Only P50 each for any size under 8.5" x 11" (this product is only available with purchase of any of our scrapbooks). Visit our shops to take a peek at these soon!

Cafe Papemelroti Exhibits
Around Zambales a mini photo exhibit by Ed and Gigi Paler, October 18 - November 27
Zambales is life, gifted with the natural beauty of its surroundings. The name of the province is derived from its earliest inhabitants, the Zambals. The Spanish found them worshipping spirits called anitos; they were referred to as "Sambali", from the Malay word samba, meaning "to worship". The term was later Hispanized to "Zambal".

See Zambales come alive in the images of Castillejos' ancestral house, San Antonio's Capones Island, surfing at San Narciso, a century old tree at San Felipe, breathtaking beaches at Iba, Sta Monica Church in Botolan, and many more!

-About the Photographers
Ed and Gigi Paler are hobbyist photographers. Of all things, they most enjoy the gathering of images from hard to reach places - from mountaintops to islands and caves. They tend to seek off-the-beaten-path destinations and unusual adventures, in part to demarcate themselves from the usual stock imagery, but also to help their common case of wanderlust. The framed photographs are for sale for P1,500 each.

This exhibit is sponsored by the Zambales Provincial Tourism Ofice
Municipality of Iba, Zambales
Municipality of Masinloc, Zambales

Books! Books! Books! a celebration of reading at the cafe, starts November 29
Books for Less sponsors a month-long venue for a literary feast at Cafe Papemelroti! A booklover's delight!

Avail of a 10% discount for your next meal at Cafe Papemelroti! Just present a print out of this e-newsletter and give it to our staff there!

Cafe Papemelroti is open from 11AM to 9PM on Mondays to Thursdays and 11AM to 10 PM Fri & Sat, Closed on Sundays (For parties we may extend our hours upon prior request and open on Sundays by appointment). For special arrangements and reservations please call the cafe at 3726799 or 0917+5181050.

We hope you come drop by the cafe & gallery soon! Click here to view online map

Books for Less Updates!
NOW OPEN! The newest branch is now ready to serve you at Robinson's Festival Mall, Alabang. More branches coming up soon! Watch out for the opening of BFL Casa Susana, Alabang which will also have a Papemelroti branch!

New at BFL! See the latest arrivals of 2004 magazines like Glamour, Martha Stewart Living, House Beautiful, Nicolodeon Kids, Bride, Better Homes, Marie Claire, Woman's Day, Family Circle and more!!! Giftbooks just right for Christmas too!

It's easy to find the book you need at Books for Less! Just e-mail or contact the TEXT Hotline at 630-9999 (no format needed). For other BFL inquiries please e-mail or call 371-4539 for details. For branches and other information visit their website at

Wild Manila2!
Haribon Foundation in cooperation with Smart Communications and Cycling Advocates presents Wild Manila2 on December 5, 2004. Haribon Foundation for the Conservation of Natural Resources is again partnering with Smart Communications and Cycling Advocates to bring to you Wild Manila2. Wild Manila2 is an urban adventure race which aims to increase awareness on biodiversity conservation among urban dwellers.

This year, Wild Manila2 will have 2 levels: The Competition and the Fun Bike Caravan
Participants of the Competition Level will run and bike through 12 "greenbelts" within the metropolis. Kicking off at the Quezon City Memorial Circle and culminating at the Makati Park.

Competition level: 4 in a team with at least 1 female
Reg fee: P2500/team

Fun Bike Caravan: P300/participant, 16 years old and above, P200/participant, below 16 years old
Registration fees should be paid directly at the Haribon office - 4/F Fil Garcia Tower, 140 Kalayaan Corner Mayaman St., Diliman, Quezon City 1101.

For more details, contact us at 920-7430 or email us at
Exciting prizes await the lucky winners!

December is Volunteerism Month!

Did you know that volunteerism is a rising trend in our country? Well, let's all get in on the action!

In recognizing the contributions of volunteers to society all over the world, the United Nations General Assembly Resolution Nos. 40/212 and 52/17 has declared December 5 each year as International Volunteers Day (IVD). In our country, every December 5 is also IVD and every December is National Volunteer Month.

This year, our centerpiece activity to celebrate these special day/month is an event entitled "Discover. Act. Volunteer - A Volunteer Fair Celebrating Everyday Heroes" that will be held in Intramuros' Clamshell 2 on December 5, Sunday.

There will be a Volunteer Forum, a mini-concert, Awarding and Recognition of Volunteers*, and a Photo exhibit, and at least thirty (30) NGO's spearheading different causes will be on-site to recruit interested Volunteers.

See just how many volunteer opportunities you and your friends can get involved in! Circulate this info to your e-groups and make this an even more popular activity/event! Meet the people who are making a difference in our country by the way they are dedicating their lives in selfless service and dedication to various causes. It's gonna be fun!!!

*Incidentally, our Papemelroti artist Calej will receive an award for 2 of her volunteer essays on her involvement with He Cares Foundation ("The Seed") and Kythe ("The Sixth Floor")!!! Calej is the author and illustrator of Papemelroti booklet, "Friendship Fun" which is available at all Papemelroti outlets.

NEW Products from Papemelroti!
#107 Colorful Beadwork Suncatchers brighten any room with their light! Place on your window, garden or underneath a well lighted hallway! If you like stained glass windows then be mesmerized by their soothing glow! A colorful, melodious and inspiring gift! #107-2 Flower, 23" long (from hanger), x 3" flower width x 1/2" thick, 60g, Price P298 / $8.52, #107-3 Diamond (long), 18.5" long x 3.75" width x 1/8" thick, 40g, Price: P249 / $7.12, #107-4 Circle, 18" long x 2" diameter x 1/8" thick, 30g, Price: P169 / $4.83, #107-5 Heart, 16" long x 2.5" heart width x 1/4" thick, 30g, Price: P139 / $3.98, #107-6 Diamond (short), 18.5" long x 3.75" diamond width x 1/8" thick, 35g, Price: P249 / $7.12 Click here to view and order them online
#1039-1 Bright Full Color Corkboards you can stick anywhere! Pick from a wide range of colorful designs. 10.25"h x 4.25"l x 3/8"w, 130g. Only P129 / $19.42 (including US delivery)
Scrapbook Labels now available!!! (more information at the start of this e-newsletter)
#213-3 Follow Your Dream Bag made of canvas with black ink design. Words: Follow Your Dream, Keep life simple, Be joyful and hope, Celebrate this day. Designed by Papemelroti artist Peggy. 120g, 18" x 22" P129.00/$3.68 Also available #213-4 Friend Bag with different sayings about friendship.
#42-103 Reduce Reuse Recycle Bag, 60g, P99 / $16 (including US delivery)
#213-1 Cute Animal Key Chains, with bunny, bear, pig and other designs. 10g, P39/ $1.12
#61-3-1 Kraft Corrugated Mini Calendar Stand with various colorful designs on kraft corrugated stands. Refillable mini calendars every year! Size 4.75"h x 2.75"l x 1/8"w, 20g, P44.75 / $1.28 Click here to view and order online
#201-11 Heart Mini Calendar Stand and #201-10 Rosebuds Mini Calendar Stand with refillable mini calendars every year! Size 2.25"h x 2 3/8" l x 1.25"w, 50g (#207-10) and 40g (#207-11), Price - P49 / $1.40 Click here to view and order online
Mini Desk Calendar Stands with refillable mini calendars every year! On colorful and durable resin stands. Click here to view and order online #1-961 Two Hearts Calendar, 3"h x 2 5/8"l x 1.5"w, 65g, P49, #1-963 Oval Rose, 3.25"h x 2 5/8"l x 1.5"w, 60g, P69, #1-960 Flower Calendar, 3.25"h x 2 5/8"l x 1.5"w, 60g, P49
Gilded frames in curlycue fashion! Put your pictures on display in a fun and exciting way!
#107-11 Window Marble Charm, with mesmerizing marbles encased in silver wire. May be hung anywhere to add a touch of interest. May be used as a furniture or curtain accent. 11"long x 1" diameter, 40g, P149 / $4.26 each. Also see #107-10 Silver Beaded Chime, it brings an oriental look and classy feel to any corner. 11"long x 2" width, 35g, P198 / $5.66
New Kraft Poster Designs! #141-137 Blessing Poster, #141-131 Angel 2005 Calendar and #141-132 Smiley 2005 Calendar plus new Bookmark Calendar design #7128-114 Cherish each day! Great giveaways this Christmas!
See more products at our shops!

Thursday, November 04, 2004

2004 Let Your Light Shine E-Newsletter

Dear Friend,

In 1972, a survey by Psychology Today said that 23% of women and 15% of men in the US were dissatisfied with their appearance. By 1992, the figures rose to 43% of women and 38% of men. Overall dissatisfaction more or less doubled in a span of 20 years. Since I don't believe people have grown less attractive through the years (in fact I believe people today are becoming healthier, taller, generally more vibrant), it must be that more and more have felt 'substandard' with regards to beauty! Isn't that a pity?

The 7th verse in 2 Corinthians 4 says "We have this treasure in jars of clay". What exactly does that mean? It means that God has given us so much inside of us that is much more important than our physical appearance! We are works of art, masterpieces that, whether we know it or not, have yet to be discovered!

Maybe it really isn't how long your lashes are, the pointedness of your nose or your vital statistics, but the vibrance of your smile that comes from a joyful heart. Or the sparkle in your eyes born of the wisdom of past learnings. Or the swing in your walk from the confidence of God's love and mercy outpoured on your life! So let the jewel in you shine!

E-Newsletter Editor

In this Issue: Ways to ShineJewelry SALE!Guess-Who Game!
Cafe PapemelrotiBooks for Less!"Pa" of Papemelroti Goes Public!Hidden Treasure StoryInternational Coastal Cleanup Report
New Papemelroti Products

Ways to Shine
  • Focus on what's within. "Those who are content with the way they look, and who stay attractive throughout their lives, are most often those with well-tended souls." (from Victoria Moran's book Lit from Within). What is the state of your soul? Do you comb your unruly thoughts often and put the conditioner of positive thinking? Do you regularly apply the moisturizer called friendship fun that prevents dryness of life? Do you do the exercise of prayer to firm up your faith muscles, and apply "sin"block when you're out in the open field of temptation? Have you tried to "make-up" specially with those you haven't forgiven in years? These are only some of the beauty secrets that will surely last. What can you add to the list?
  • Knowing your worth is key to 'shining'! What is your strength? What is your favorite thing about yourself? Once you've identified these, rejoice and be grateful! Build on these traits and develop to the fullest. One must not also ignore one's flaws and weaknesses, rather embrace opportunities to overcome these.
  • Volunteer! A beautiful person is one who exudes a healthy outlook on life! A recent survey conducted by the Community Service Volunteers show that volunteering not only cures most illnesses but also helps in fighting obesity and cutting down on smoking! Initial findings of the survey show that nearly half of the respondents say volunteering has improved their physical health and fitness. Click here to see results online
  • As a people, we can also find ways to shine! The Philippines is oftentimes described by foreigners as a "paradise"! Without the harshness of winter climates or year-long draughts, one can plant, reap, and survive as long as one is hardworking and knowledgeable. Described as an environmental hotspot, our mammals, reptiles, and birds rank in the top six with regards to highest numbers of unique species (or endemic species, meaning they can only be seen on our shores!). Despite how small we are compared to other countries like Australia, our wildlife is relatively unknown by the common Pinoy. Our abundant resources are like hidden treasures that are frittered away by a select few (who understand its worth). Let's take pride in who we are as a people blessed with innate joy, music and laughter as well as our precious natural resources. Let's be aware of our riches and give value to them by trying our best to protect them.

Jewelry Sale! Get 20% off on all jewelry with item code #63 at every Papemelroti branch or online at our website! Only until supplies last!

Guess-Who Game! Who do you think is the mysterious lady looking over the balcony in the header picture above? Her face graces all the banner displays at all Papemelroti shops. She might not be a familiar face in the local press or movie scene but to everyone at Papemelroti, she is someone who possesses a timeless beauty and a multitude of exemplary qualities that shine!

Hint, hint: She is a crafty gal with loads of energy to work on her projects. She made toys for her children out of unused clorox bottles. She trained and taught 5 kids not to be wasteful and recycle as much as possible. She made something big by putting together something small (by putting together scraps of cloth and making a stuffed toy). Out of one stuffed toy, she built a whole business.

Got it? OR Give up? She's the "Kor" in Korben (Co-rit and Ben-ny) Corporation, the mother company of Papemelroti! "Corit" as she is fondly called, started Papemelroti as a young housewife. Her hobbies of crafts and sewing took on a life of its own as she never planned it to be more than one shop. With much of God's blessing on her and her family, she has continued to be the driving force of what we all now know as Papemelroti!

Cafe Papemelroti Tucked away at the corner of Roces Avenue and Sct. Tobias, Quezon City is Cafe Papemelroti. It's at the ground floor of Korben Place, the home of Papemelroti. Have you ever tasted our pizza!!! Now's your chance! Avail of a 10% discount for your next meal at Cafe Papemelroti! Just present a print out of this e-newsletter and give it to our staff there!

New on the Menu! More Rice Toppings for everyone! Choose from Chicken Adobo, Beef Stew, Braised Beef, or Chicken Pork Adobo. Each is P79, or with Dalandan drink P98 Also available now, Pork Cutlet (with choice of tomato sauce or gravy) also P98 (rice and Dalandan drink included) Pizza by the Slice! Now you can get your favorite pizza slices! Mozzarella Cheese P25 or Garlic Mushroom P28 per slice.

Great Value for our new Pasta, Pizza, Soupa Combos! Just add P20 for 1 slice (Mozzarella Cheese) or P23 (Garlic Mushroom) to the pasta of your choice and you've got more for less! For even more value, just add P50 to any Pasta and any flavor of our Regular Pizzas and you already get a scrumptious serving of Clam Chowder (regular price is P79).

Cafe Papemelroti is open from 11AM to 9PM on Mondays to Thursdays and 11AM to 10 PM Fri & Sat, Closed on Sundays (For parties we may extend our hours upon prior request and open on Sundays by appointment). For special arrangements and reservations please call the cafe at 3726799 or 0917+5181050.
We hope you come drop by the cafe & gallery soon! Click here to view online map

Books for Less Updates! It's easy to find the book you need at Books for Less! Just e-mail or contact the TEXT Hotline at 630-9999 (no format needed). For other BFL inquiries please e-mail or call 371-4539 for details. For branches and other information visit their website at

"Pa" of Papemelroti Goes Public!
  • October 6, 2004 Unang Hirit, Channel 7 - Papemelroti's very own Managing Director Patsy (the "Pa" in Papemelroti) Paterno demonstrates one of her most favorite hobbies - scrapbooking! She will be doing a scrapbook for a baby!
  • September 28, 2004, Breakfast at Studio 23, featured Patsy together with parents Corit and Benny! The interview theme was about families working together!
  • September 24, 2004, Magandang Umaga Bayan, Channel 2 - Patsy demonstrated how to make an originally designed Cat Cellphone Holder out of clay.
  • Patsy's collage artwork is presently on display at the Maryhill School of Theology Art Gallery. It is part of an exhibit of masterpieces with the different artistic expressions of the different chapters of the Book of John. Patsy's work is an interpretation of Chapter 12 depicting both bible times and modern times.
  • September 11, 2004 - Patsy gave a talk about how Papemelroti started with Galing Pilipino Movement. They are a corp of active and dedicated volunteers whose mission is to promote the Galing Pilipino spirit in their work. They hold regular meetings and have programs such as the Young Leaders Program and Bisita Pilipinas Program, etc. For inquiries contact GPM Foundation, Inc. Unit 252 Cityland Pioneer Condo., Pioneer St., Mandaluyong City, Tel. 631-3932 or 0917+8354829 or click over to
Hidden Treasure, a true story by John McNight
The most precious things in the world are not easily found. Gold, oil, diamonds - all take time and patience to find and cultivate. The same is true of people. More often than not, the most valuable thing a person has to offer is not in plain view. Unfortunately, most of us do not take the time or have the patience to search for the gems the eyes can't see. But I met a remarkable woman who does just that.

She went first to the home of a 42-year-old man named Joe. He was a product of a system that, despite its best intentions, labeled and limited him. After years of special education, society had concluded there just wasn't a place in it for someone like Joe. So, he was sent home to his family's pig farm. Every day he did 2 things. He fed the pigs each morning and night, and he sat in the living room, where he listened to the radio. After 4 days at Joe's house, my friend was thoroughly dejected. She could not find Joe's gift. "Then, on the 5th day I realized what his gift was, " she said. "Joe listens to the radio."

It might not sound like much, but to her it was a treasure. "After talking with those in the community, I found out there were 3 people in town who listened to the radio, and got paid for it," she said. "One was in the sheriff's office, one was in the police department, and the third was in the local civil defense and volunteer ambulance office." She went to each of these places to see if she could match Joe's gift with one of them.

The civil defense and ambulance office was located in a donated house that doubled as the neighborhood community center. It was a busy place, full of activities. It was perfect. She told the dispatcher, "I know somebody who listens to the radio as much as you do. I'd like to introduce him to you." Now, every day, Joe shares the office listening to the radio and helping the dispatcher. When Christmas came, the volunteers at the ambulance station gave Joe his own CB radio to listen to at home in the evening.

One day, he went to the local diner. "Hey Joe, what's happening?", the owner casually asked. Joe looked at him and replied, "The Smith house over in Boonesville burned down this morning. And out on Route 90, at that turnoff where you can have picnics, there was a drug bust. And Mr. Schiller over in Athens had a heart attack." The diner fell silent, as all eyes turned to Joe. Everyone in the diner realized that if they wanted to know what was happening, Joe was the man to see. To the best of my knowledge, this is the only town in the United States that now has the benefit of a bonafide, old-fashioned town crier.

When I last spoke to my friend, she told me she had taken Joe to meet the editor of the newspaper. It occurred to her that although the town was small, he couldn't possibly know everything that was happening in the community. But, every day by noon, Joe knew. So now he is a stringer for the local newspaper.

Thanks to my friend's efforts, Joe, a man nearly written off by society, has become an inspiration - a valuable resource to his community. But it would never have happened if one person hadn't dug a little deeper, searched a little longer, and tried a little harder, to find Joe's true potential. How many more Joes are out there, just waiting for someone to take the time to discover what they have to offer? If you look long enough, there's a treasure waiting to be found in each and everyone of us. (from the book Stone Soup for the World, Life-Changing Stories of Kindness & Courageous Acts of Service, edited by Marianne Larned)

If you would like to help find the hidden potential in people like Joe, join other volunteers! Contact Guide, Inc., a non-profit organization that helps children with special needs including orphaned, abandoned as well as street children. You can help in tutoring, teaching art, help facilitate summer camps, counsel and do sports. Preferred skill for volunteers - have Psychology background. Contact Guide Inc., 906-C I. Trinidad St., Vergara, Mandaluyong City 1551 / Cel: 0917+8437758

International Coastal Cleanup Report Many people asked me how the cleanup went - it went well! If you were along Roxas Blvd. that day, September 18, you would have seen Manila Bay lined up with hundreds of people all decked out to clean! All over the country, people were taking the business of cleaning up coastal garbage into their hands and became part of the solution. Groups like WWF had 500 people in Dumaguete, several schools like St. Theresa's also participated. YPNet has earmarked November 5, Saturday for their next waterway Quezon City area. Join in and see your country be transformed right before your very eyes! Next year, mark your calendars, 3rd Saturday of September! Contact YPNET by e-mailing

NEW Products from Papemelroti!
#9040 New 2005 Planners! Get your favorite design before they all run out! Click here to view and order them online
  • #7174 Colored Gift Cards with all new designs for birthdays, all occasion, calling cards and Christmas! Size 3" x 2.5" P10 / $0.29 per pack of 10 cards Click here to see all our new designs
  • #9098 Doorknob Hangers - back by popular demand! These new designs will surely be useful for you! Includes hanger designs: "Silence Please", "Guardian Angel on Duty", "Creative Minds are Rarely Tidy, enter at your own risk", "Housekeeping in Progress" and many more! #9098 - P4.75/$0.14 eachSize 10 1/4" x 1 1/8" Click here to see all our new designs
  • #1-1051 House Memo Clip Holder, ideal for family giveaway tokens for Christmas and housewarmings, 2.5 cm x 2.5 cm cube, P59.75 / $1.70 Discounted price - (for an order of 50 pcs. or more) - P47.80 / $1.36
  • New Box and Scrapbook Labels matching Memorabilia and Elyse designed wrappers!
  • New Designs of Greeting Cards! Early Christmas shoppers (wholesalers and distributors, take note!) Also for corporate greeting needs. Now you can select from 6 new Christmas designs! 2 new Birthday designs too! See them online at our Christmas Card page!
  • New 2005 Wall Calendar now available! #7004-6 Cherish Yesterday, Dream Tomorrow, Live today design with inspirational quotes and sayings for every month! More planners to come very soon!
  • #206 Handmade Specialty Paper - ideal for crafts, invitations, projects, special wrappings and others! Comes in a variety of colors and textures! Giftwrapper size - P59 / $1.69, Size 8.5" x 11" (21.6 x 27.9 cm) 6 sheets per pack - P75 / $2.15, Size 8.5" x 13" ( 21.6 x 33 cm), 6 sheets per pack - P89 / $2.55
  • #152 Sailor Frames, whitewashed picture frames in soft colors with a natural rustic style. P360 / $10.29
  • #70-281-2 Shelf Mirror with drawer in natural color and whitewash pastels P1,350 / $38.58
  • #70-282-1 Picture Window Mirror - Give a whole new meaning to picture window! P1,950 / $55.72
  • See more products at our shops!
Hey! You've reached the bottom of this super long e-newsletter! Congratulations! You've found a "hidden treasure promo"! Get 1 free #7500 notebook (any design of your choice) by presenting a printout this e-newsletter with your P100 or more cash purchase at any Papemelroti branch! Hurry while supplies last only!

Papemelroti branches are located at: SM City North EDSA 9285828, SM Fairview 9393594, Ali Mall Cubao 9111267, SM Centerpoint 7161580, Glorietta II 8935477, SM Southmall 8064578, SM Megamall 6341270, Sta Lucia East Grand Mall, Robinson's Place Manila, 91 Roces Avenue 3751069/ 3742442.

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