Saturday, November 21, 2015

My first Instagram Giveaway!

I must be one of the slowest person to join in Instagram. But honestly, I seldom use my mobile phone unless I don't have access to my computer.

But yes, my instagram account is here.

I was going to plan a giveaway anyway for the month of November, and decided I'll do it over at instagram :)

November is such a special month for me, because it's my birthday month, and I'm already feeling the holiday mood!

I hope you will join in the fun, win some miniature molds and create something beautiful with them!

Sunday, November 8, 2015

White Christmas Tree Jewelry Necklace

I've always dreamed about white christmas. My ideal kind of christmas is filled with snow. It means new beginnings, a fresh start, pristine clean air and a pure, simple lifestyle. Besides, I've always loved the smell of christmas fir trees. I know this sounds crazy, but I love passing by hotel lobbies during the christmas season just to take a whiff of that real fir tree. So refreshing!

So, all those images I had in mind inspired me to make this White Christmas Tree Jewelry Necklace.

It holds many meanings for me, and I hope you share some of those :)

Wear the necklace against a white or cream top, and I'm sure it'll still draw attention. 

I absolutely love the rainy days we have here recently. It makes me yearn for a good fir tree candle scent. Nothing too artificial...any recommendations?

Monday, November 2, 2015

Food Jewelry Workshop Singapore - Christmas Cake Tower Necklace

I'm pleased to share that I'm adding a new workshop offering in my suite of craft classes available!

Last week, I turned the christmas cake tower into a wearable food jewelry piece! I was happy with the results and I had the idea to turn this into a workshop offering as well. So here it is!!

Over the years, I have received numerous requests about the possibility of teaching some food jewelry classes. However, I had difficulty with that as I use air dry clay for all my craft classes, and it takes time for the clay to dry. For a larger dollhouse miniature piece, I could always plan something for the student to work on while waiting for the air dry clay to dry naturally. But for a single food jewelry piece, you can't proceed if the item isn't dried. Believe it or not, I'm mindful about maximizing my student's traveling time and ensuring that there is enough content to teach in a session. So, that has really been my biggest hurdle and I wanted to wait till I have a project that would take a couple of hours at least to complete before rolling out a craft workshop! Here I am, finally! :)

This Nov/Dec period is perfect for this particular food jewelry piece, so come join me to create your own masterpiece.

For more details about this craft workshop, please click here.