Food Waste and Bioleather Workshop - New Bahru

Sale price$56.00

Craft a Bioleather cardholder for loved ones or yourself. Limited Slots (13th July and 14th July only)

Ideal for storing daily cards, business cards and even small dollar notes. Personalise your work by debossing or hot-stamping initials, names, words, dates or even phrases.

All tools and materials will be provided. At the end of the 1 hours workshop, participant gets to bring home their own creations.

You will learn:  

  • Process of creating Bioleather, Bioleather in comparison with other types of leather available in the market.
  • Types of basic leather crafting tools.
  • Scoring, Cutting and Gluing of bioleather.
  • Saddle stitching.

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Giving a second life to Food Waste

For this workshop, you will be using Bioleather developed from food waste by the Institute of Materials Research and Engineering (IMRE) at the Agency for Science, Technology, and Research (A*STAR).

Find Out More about Bioleather here


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3 Accessories Workshop

Cardholder Workshop

ID Lanyard Workshop


3 Hours

3 Hours

3 Hours


Card Sleeves: 10.5cm x 6.5cm,
Coin Pouch: 8cm per side
Keychain: 2cm x 7cm

Cardholder: 10.5cm x 7.5cm

ID cardholder: 7cm x 11.5cm

What can it fit?

Cash, Cards, Coins and Keys

Cash and Cards

Cash and Cards


Please refer to our cancellation and refund policy here. By registering for our workshop, you agree to our cancellation and refund policy. 

Things to take note:

Workshop Requirement: 
No prior knowledge needed. Age: 12 and above. 

Terms and Conditions:
Each guest is entitled to one seat at the workshop, any additional guest will have to pay for a seat.
Leather colour selection may varies through out the year.

A Part of Nature

We use ethically-sourced real leather for our workshops. As much as we avoid irregularities such as scratches, blemishes and scars, they may still be present on certain parts of the leather pieces. This is normal on real leather products and should not be considered a defect.


If you have questions or interested in group booking, we are happy to assist you.Average answer time: 24h for emails
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