A thirteen-year-old entrepreneur dubbed the Filipina-Kiwi “Slime Princess” is currently in the Philippines to conduct a slime-making workshop for Filipino kids and inspire them with her success story.
Katharina Weischede, in cooperation with Creatively Studio, brought her New Zealand-based Slime Princess Workshop to teach Filipino kids how to make and play slime. The young entrepreneur will be holding the 1-day workshop in two sessions in Antipolo.
The Fil-Kiwi entrepreneur discovered how to make slime during her school’s science fair in 2017 where she tried doing the ‘Obleck’ experiment.
According to Weischede, “Obleck is a mixture that acts like a solid when lots of force is put unto it. It acts like a liquid when you don’t add a lot of force.”
After experimenting, her love for slime blossomed and made her create her own slime recipe.
Supported by her Fil-Kiwi legal counsel and parents, New Zealand’s Slime Princess was able to establish her home-based business in Auckland.
Slime Princess’ home-made slimes can be bought at the Antipolo workshop or online through this link.
Kids can still register for the event through her Facebook or Instagram account at SlimePrincess_PH. Slime Princess Workshop will be held on Saturday, July 27, at 10:00 AM and 2:00 PM in Antipolo City.
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