Wednesday, July 9, 2014

moleskine in June


I have used up more than half of the journal for 6 months of journaling. 







Feeling grateful for each and every challenges came to me today.
I love what Orly Avineri's Journal Spread 244 : Private Name mentioned that  I don’t belong to anyone. Not to my father, not to my mother, nor to you. The children do not belong to me no matter how much I long for them, for you. My art, my words, my thoughts, my emotions, my body, my memory, they belong to me, not to you.

Treat our children as another entity or individual 
and don't limit them with our own frame of thoughts and experience. 


Sunday, July 6, 2014

textured background page


another journal background spread 

" Whatever you are passionate about pursue..
Whatever you dream about do...
Just move and keep following the beat of your own HEART "
~ Lisa K.Fox




Painted Background papers








Another sort of color meditation for me. 


Messaged to a good friend of mine, she is with her 2 son now resided at Australia. 
When she decided to go to lived abroad and now she did it by leaving her awesome pay and position and live her dream. :)

I had signed up Japan tour this October, to the place that I always admired at ~ Shirakawa-go. 
I want to make my dream reality , so here am i something for myself this year. 
Hooray..can't wait for the visit .  

Monday, June 30, 2014

Painting #7 : Swirling


Painting that I did last month. It was a sort of collaboration project with my children. 
The painting started with my youngest child on her swirls and I continue to add the little girl. 








Where am I today ?
I'm confused and probably will try to untangle out.
  

Saturday, June 21, 2014

Moss ball plant


Last weekend, we attended a class Fun Greenery Workshop at Witty & Oaky. 
Jeff , the instructor, taught us how to make a moss ball..

The workshop was fun and all the participants enjoy so much. 

The following are some photos captured during the workshop...

 Jeff collect the moss sample from the waterfall..






Kids had excitedly to put on glove and start 'planting'. 
And the final stage ...'wash' the plant and put them into the glass vase







more pictures in Pinterest on Moss Ball Plant


Thursday, June 19, 2014

Projects : Dream Catcher



dreamcatcher
ˈdriːmkatʃə(r)/
noun
noun: dream-catcher
  1. a small hoop containing a horsehair mesh decorated with feathers and beads, believed by American Indians to give its owner good dreams.




Dreamcatchers originated with the Ojibwe people, who wove these magical webs from willow hoops and sinew. The hoop represents the travel of giizis, the sun, through the sky. At night, the hole in the center only lets bawedjige, good dreams, pass. Bawedjigewin, bad dreams, are trapped in the web, and dispelled at the first light of morning.( source : Wikihow)


I'm cleaning my wish list recently, one of the thing that i want to experience from is to make 
a Dream Catcher . 
Just came about to bought a starter kit at Typo, KLCC. 
All the material was included in the kit and I just putting them all up effortless.


Friday, June 13, 2014

Paper Lunch Box deco with Washi Tape


Decorate the lunch box with Washi Tape.

Spend an hour in Le Moon's Eatery Bakery Zakka (nearby my house), 
for making this lunch box 

* Always dream of to gather a group of people with unlimited supply of washi tape 
and have fun in decorate  * 

 My small dream come true that day :)



Le Moon's Eatery Bakery Zakka
18-G, Persiaran Jade Hills Utama 1/1, Kajang