Saturday, March 3, 2012

Exciting News!

Hi Everyone,
I am so happy and very excited to share my news with you! I have been asked to produce some of my Asian cards for a giftshop at one of our local Chinese gardens. The Dr. Sun Yat Sen Garden's giftshop wants to sell my cards! A friend of mine was visiting the gardens and talking to the giftshop manager when one of my cards fell out of her book. The giftshop manager was interested in carrying my cards, so I contacted her and brought a sample of my cards for her to view. Well, as of next week, the general public can now buy my cards! I'm pretty stoked. :)

Friday, February 3, 2012

Tea time

Tea anyone? It was a cold but beautiful day today. Watching my daughter play outside was fun, but bone chilling. I certainly enjoyed my cup of tea when we got home. :) Hope you had a great day with your families!

Thursday, January 26, 2012

Thoughtful Thursday

Time to stop and be still as it is my day off today. :) I came across this post and thought I would share it with you.

I love her ideas on how to make this day a day full of wonder. Enjoy!

Sunday, January 22, 2012

Paper Piecing

I recently bought the Pagoda cartridge for my Cricut machine. I love the images that come with this cartridge!!! I created a framed piece with the bamboo, bird, fan, and flower images and pieced them onto some coloured cardstock to keep the effect simple. I added some buttons for some more texture to the project. :)

Saturday, January 21, 2012

Play Date Cafe Colour Challenge

I used the PDCC colour challenge to create this Asian inspired all-occasion card. I love this colour combination!  I would send this card for a birthday or a thank you card for a dear friend. :)

Seeing Red

Hello, and Happy Lunar New Year! I've been working on some cards and projects the last few weeks, and am so happy to be posting on my blog again. It's been a busy time getting used to having a little one at school and balancing life with work and parenting. The crafty time that I can carve for myself is really special and allows me to feel like my own person again!

Here is a project that I made for adoptive families. I love that children are born in their parents' hearts from the first moment that parents conceive the notion of building their family through adoption. So I used my heart punch to punch out some hearts from Asian scrapbooking paper to display this love of parent to child. Hope you like it!