Ramona Benitez McClelland started out this small social enterprise with the inspiration of her son, Bryan, who is also starting his own with Bamboo Bike. Realizing that in the communities which Bryan helps, there were plenty of women who also want to contribute in putting food on the table, she decided to step in and help out. Starting small, she decided to make use of the old Filipino tradition of paper mâché. She designs the jewelries while the women cut, glue, paint and create magic with their hands and produce necklaces, bangles and earrings. Currently, she distributes  her collection in retail boutiques, museums, galleries, online stores in the US, Caribbean and Japan. Some of her items are also available in Mabuhay Restop.