Warning: Photo heavy Wow, it has been more than a year ago that we visited Basel, Switzerland, and also did some fabric hunting there. I just want to share my experience here (and relive the excitement). I think/hope all the shops are still there, but we know how bad Google is with details of shops … More Fabric Shopping in Basel, Switzerland .
Lincraft used to be THE craft chain that I went to when I was young (high school…plenty young then). Maybe because it used to have a branch at the shopping centre near my school. They seemed to have downsized and less branches now, although they have maintained foothold in CBD with a two-storey store in … More Craft & Fabric Chain in Australia & NZ – Lincraft .
I have never sold the things I made, but I have gifted plenty of them, and I like to make them look as presentable as possible regardless. I experimented, designed and paid for some customised tags to be printed through an online company. so far, I have only produced paper tags, logo sticker and embroidered … More Studio Tags.
And the full Police series is completed! I love Lego! (Though MS made the majority of it, hehe) Just a thought though – these elaborate Lego sets are more made for adults. Which is completely fine – I love them and I’m an adult … More LEGO: Police Series.
During my recent trip to Japan, I visited various craft stores. I also went to the Tamiya Model Factory in Shinjuku, Tokyo. I bought two kits for assembling motorised cars – I thought they are so cute! I am hoping my friend’s sons would like them. They are too young to use the kit so … More Black & White Bears Motorised Racers.
When you miss someone, you see them in everything… I compiled a collection of photos taken of the sky with my phone, and had them printed into a book. I took these photos while missing my MS :) Being in the digital age, I keep all my photos on the computer. I really should print … More The Thought of You [Moody photos of the Sky].
Pictures of nature-related shots taken with my phone that make me happy!
Enjoy every little bit of life…(snapshots from my mobile phone).
Is it ever too early to teach young children about the world? The countries and their people, culture, history? I carefully curated a “World Box” for the son of my dear friend – whom I’ve met on a tour in Europe, whom I share the passion of travelling – and I am hoping that early … More We are ONE [DIY wind-up felt toys].