Friday, 16 September 2011


When going to weddings, I go with scrappy gifts.  Canvases especially make sense for weddings for me, I think because those type of photos never become outdated and people usually do want to have their wedding photos in a place.

Flowers and butterflies never go wrong on a wedding piece. I especially love the felt flowers cut out from my sizzix with the centers that dropped out from another set of flowers I had on it.

Supplies: Making Memories, Sizzix, Hambly Studios, Prima, K&Company

One thing I have noticed though, weddings in Singapore seem to be dominated by pink. I know that pink is a girly colour, and this may be the rebel in me talking, but what happened to funky colours?

Tuesday, 13 September 2011


I have a card to share. A simple card, but one I like alot.

Supplies: Melissa Frances, Technique Tuesday, Prima

The butterfly was embossed with Utee on transparency to give it a floating feeling.

Saturday, 10 September 2011


Here's another page I made for my friend's wedding

Love this photos of my friends at Starbucks.

I decided to jump in with circles and cut a bunch of them with the Slice in different sizes. I also embossed with circle stamps, as well as folded out some rosettes. Throw in buttons, butterflies and a title, and the page I am in love with.

Supplies: Studio Calico
And here's another one

You can't see it but I used Calico Shine in the background , the newest addition to Mister Hueys. The dear lizzy die cuts is something I loved looking at, but when it came down to using it I had some problems. But I like it here, especially backed with the fabric netting.

Supplies: American Crafts, Websters Pages, K&Company

There's still more to come.


My friends are getting married. Interestingly enough I actually knew the both of them separately before they even knew one another, so it is definitely an interesting situation and friendship.

So I volunteered to scrap their couple photos, having had taken a set of shots for them the previous year. And as there are many and I wouldn't want to bore anyone by putting them all out at once, I'll share them in small small doses.

Pretty in pink I call it. The nice thing of this photo is the Singapore Supreme Court in the background, before it is the way it is now, all boarded up to transform itself into The National Art Gallery, a sign of the change there is constantly going on here in Singapore. Soon it'll not be possible to get shots like this without a permit of sorts.

Feminine, soft and pink is not fully my style, but I guess for weddings it works.

Supplies: Making Memories, Tattered Angels, My Mind's Eye
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