Thursday, February 25, 2010

Vancouver Olympics 2010

Hi everyone! Sorry for the long wait. I’ve been busy exploring around Vancouver and attending to free Olympics events! I’m having so much fun and I feel like a tourist in my own hometown! :)

Also, I'll be away this weekend because I’m going to Seattle with my mom and brother! I’m hoping to stock up some paper craft supplies! So I'll update more when I come back :P

Anyways, here are some pictures I took during the Olympics! Enjoy!

Sochi House

Science World

Left: Quebec Pavilion; Right: Saskatchewan Pavilion

Stanley Park- Olympic Rings and the Convention Centre

Olympic Cauldron at Waterfront
(can you see the Olympic rings in the background? :))

Coca-Cola House

Sunday, February 14, 2010

Happy Valentine's Day ♥

Happy Valentine's Day, everyone! ♥
I made this card for my special Valentine ;) i heart you.

For Sale
♥ Email me for Sweet Valentine 02-2010

I'll be keeping this card until my next craft fair! ...don't know when though :)

I LOVE the tiny envelopes! You can find these cute Valentine embellishments at any stores that carries Martha Stewart's craft supplies. I got mine at Walmart!

and Happy Chinese New Year!

Saturday, February 13, 2010

Happy Birthday, MOM!

Happy Birthday to my MOM! ♥♥♥



Thursday, February 11, 2010

Happy Birthday to....

...a litre of sunshine!!!

Wow, I started this this blog a year ago?! :D

Anyways, I'm hoping to give a litre of sunshine a belated gift by end of this month, so be sure to come back to see what present it is! And it's not a homemade card! :)

I was hoping to create a new banner for this blog, but I didn't have enough time to make it. Instead, I changed the layout. I hope you like it! :)

Monday, February 8, 2010

Craft Projects for Valentine's Day!

Valentine’s Day is less than a week! I love this day and it’s actually my favourite occasion to make cards! Something about heart shapes, pink/red, and glitter makes me want to rip open my craft boxes and start making cards! I didn’t have time to craft last February, so I will make some cards this year!

I don’t know what to make yet, but I found some Valentine’s Day projects that looks pretty fun to make.
  1. Heart Shaped Frame Card
    Adding a photo of you and your sweetheart is a great way to personalize your home made Valentine card. Go see Fiskars’ website for more pictures and six simple steps to make it!

  2. Hearts and Blocks Valentines
    The more hearts you stamp the better! This project requires white art erasers, but you can easily make your own stamps by using heart shaped foam paper and glue it on a block (just like rubber stamps and clear blocks). You can find a list of materials and instructions in Martha Stewart’s website.

  3. Folding Hearts
    This is too cute! Just cut a fat heart from a paper that has a white side and a patterned side. Write your message on the white side. Fold the two sides to the center. After that, fold the top down just above the middle and fold the point up. Next, turn the envelope so the flap is at the top. And lastly (the best part), seal with a sticker! Another project from Martha Stewart.

  4. Valentine’s Paper bag Mailbox
    I loved making these when I was in my elementary school! My mailbox was always heavy!...not from receiving Valentine cards, but from all those decorations I added onto my mailbox! haha. Visit Dollar Tree for simple don’t need to follow their instructions for this project. Be creative! :)
Happy Crafting ♥

Thursday, February 4, 2010

Look what I bought today!

I'm so happy that I'm going to blog about this! :) I bought this Holiday Collection: The Christmas Stack for only $8.00CDN at Zellers! :O It has 180 sheets of 12"x12" printed cardstock...and the good thing about it is not all of the sheets are Christmas related, so I can use some for different occasions! ...I can't wait until Christmas so I can use this! (only l0 months and 21 days left!)

Also, I found this pretty cool and funny paper trimmer at Zellers (no, I didn't buy it :P). This is Fiskars' Rock-Paper-Trimmer WITH built-in speaker to connect your MP3 player! The picture is too small to read the description, so here you go:
"One of a kind trimmer brings your digital music into crafting time.
Handy softgrip cradle holds your MP3 Player in Place.
Turn on the music and turn up your creativity."

I like the design and the colour of this paper trimmer, but I don't need built-in speaker. Plus, I'm not willing to spend $65CDN for it (and it's already on sale).


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