Merry Christmas Everyone!
Wednesday, December 21, 2011
Last week, I was privileged enough to be invited to be a guest of a local TV show.
I did a live gift wrapping demo last December 16 for Unang Hirit's special feature.
The thought of it was nerve wracking. It was my first time to appear on tv and its live on national tv to be seen all over the country.
But I didn't let my anxiety get the better off me. I just pretended to be a demure girl to conceal how nervous I was. LOL.
Anyway, we were not allowed to take photos inside the studio so we just took a couple of photos outside.
I wish I can provide the link to the episode but until now I don't have it. If you do find it, please send me the link :)
My brother Gab and my sister Mia
My P.A. and Make up Artist
Live On Air!
Waiting for my turn
Outside looking in :)
Non-Traditional Gift Wrapping
Used Recycled and Reusable materials.
Used old news paper, paper doyle and ribbon
Didn't get to bring this with me.
Mail inspired gift wrapping
Lyn Ching wrapped this one
Lyn Ching's favorite, "The Maglalayas Wrap"
Used Slurpee Paper Cups and felt cloth to embellish it.
Perfect for wrapping Toys
Kraft Paper, Lace and Used Hair Band
This is my favorite, an alternative packaging for perfumes without boxes.
Old Slurpee Paper Cup, Newspaper and Paper Doyle
Instead of writing their name down, make it more personalized by using letter cut outs.
Hope you got ideas on how to wrap your gifts
Tuesday, December 20, 2011
Last August, a Couple Friend very close to my heart got married.
Helped them out during the wedding preparations and created some crafts for them.
Aside the wedding proper, I also organized the Bridal Shower for her.
The theme of the party is Princess since Mae love this theme so much.
Name Tags for the Guests
I created the loot bags for the girls. Guess what's inside them. :)
Doing some last minute preparations.
Crowning our princess. Mae loved the setup of the place. Yipee!
Group Shot! All of us wearing our tiaras.
Bon saying her meassage to Mae.
Bon dressed up these bears with Sexy Underwear!
That's us flaunting our Sexy Underwear!
Monday, December 19, 2011
Hello Sandwich is ablog of an Australian artist and graphic designer living in Shimokitazawa, Tokyo.
Reading her blog inspires me to create crafts and go to Japan!
Its in her blog as well where I first saw the Washi Tapes and I absolutely love it!
She also blogs about unique and lovely gift wrapping ideas.
By the way, I appeared at a local TV show to do a demo on gift wrapping.
Will blog about it separately.
Wednesday, December 14, 2011
We want to end 2011 with thanksgiving and love so we are having a giveaway courtesy of Envirosax.
Here's what you have to do to win this bag from their Oasis Collection.
Follow me on Blogger
Then leave your Full Name and Email Address at comments box below.
It is as easy as 1-2-3 so don't waste a moment and join now.
Contest ends December 30, 2011.
I love photography and so I am attracted to items with camera theme. I particularly love this felt camera designed cellphone pouch by Artwine
So if you have photographer friends, I'm sure you are having a hard time finding photography related gifts because they are pricey. With just Php250.00 you can make your friend smile with this item without burning a hole in your pocket.
Tuesday, December 13, 2011
Aside from sunshines and starlights, crafts make this world one pretty place.
Being a creative soul, I believe it is my duty to share every lovely craft that I stumble upon.
So I will dedicate some time every week to bring you pretty crafts and that will surely inspire you to create your own. If you do have your own craft, please feel free to send it to me so I can feature it too.
Monday, December 12, 2011
Borrowed this greeting from Liarns of FikaFikaFika.
I met her with her partner during the Brown Bag Vintage and Crafts Market.
I love all the items they were selling that day.
I also love their blog!
They are also the official distributor of Frankie Magazine here in the Philippines.
How cool is that!
According to Liarns, Fika Fika Fika is a curation of things that we love. It is for the dreamers and the curious. We’re starting small, but who knows maybe we’ll have that small corner coffee shop that we have been dreaming of starting one day.
Fika (fee-ka) is that wonderful Swedish past time that involves taking a break and getting together with friends, co-workers or family and chatting over coffee, tea, cakes, pastries or sandwiches. We are guilty of this past time, and none of us are even Swedish! Having Fika was simply our means of enjoying a short getaway from work and our mundane daily activities.
Let's all Fika!
Oh how I miss blogging, especially about crafts and other quirky stuff.
So I am reviving this blog. Yehey!
Since I can't blog about my crafts yet (I am still in the process of organizing my creative space). I thought of blogging about other people's wonderful quirky blogs!
So every Tuesday, I will be posting a blog feature about my favorite arts and craft blogs.
So stick around!