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1 June 14
Anniversary trip to Singapore! Next year, Tokyo! :D

Anniversary trip to Singapore! Next year, Tokyo! :D

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8 May 14

DIY House Stark Sigil Stamp

                                       Made this stamp last night. :D

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Posted: 10:43 PM
The things I use for my rubbercut crafts! Plus, I will tell you where I got them. 
 
1. Pink self-healing rubber mat (32 x 10cm) from Daiso
2. Stamp pad from National Bookstore
3. Green self-healing rubber mat (22.5 x 15cm) from Daiso
4. Carving block (1.75 x 3.5 x 0.35 inches) from Hobby Depot or Speedy-Carve (3 x 4 inches) from Deovir
5. Erasers from SM Stationery and Landmark
*I used them for carving practice or when working on smaller stamps for my planner
*Experiment with different erasers until you find one that can hold up against your carving tool. I use Faber-Castell and the colorful mini erasers from Landmark
 
6. Speedball linocutter from Deovir and Michaels (the US craft store)
7. Carving nibs included in the linocutter
*Used for fine lines and details
8. Woodcutting tools from Deovir
*I use them when working on big rubber blocks
9. Spare blades from Deovir
10. X-acto knife from Deovir or National Bookstore
*Used for fine lines and details
 
11. Box cutter from National Bookstore
*Used to remove excess rubber
12. Mechanical pencil from SM Stationer
13. Tracing pad from CBTLF
14. The Speedball linocutter box

15. Speedball block printing toolkit from Deovir

The things I use for my rubbercut crafts! Plus, I will tell you where I got them. 

 

1. Pink self-healing rubber mat (32 x 10cm) from Daiso

2. Stamp pad from National Bookstore

3. Green self-healing rubber mat (22.5 x 15cm) from Daiso

4. Carving block (1.75 x 3.5 x 0.35 inches) from Hobby Depot or Speedy-Carve (3 x 4 inches) from Deovir

5. Erasers from SM Stationery and Landmark

*I used them for carving practice or when working on smaller stamps for my planner

*Experiment with different erasers until you find one that can hold up against your carving tool. I use Faber-Castell and the colorful mini erasers from Landmark

 

6. Speedball linocutter from Deovir and Michaels (the US craft store)

7. Carving nibs included in the linocutter

*Used for fine lines and details

8. Woodcutting tools from Deovir

*I use them when working on big rubber blocks

9. Spare blades from Deovir

10. X-acto knife from Deovir or National Bookstore

*Used for fine lines and details

 

11. Box cutter from National Bookstore

*Used to remove excess rubber

12. Mechanical pencil from SM Stationer

13. Tracing pad from CBTLF

14. The Speedball linocutter box

15. Speedball block printing toolkit from Deovir

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4 May 14
This photo was taken a few years ago. I went to school dressed as Darth Vader and scared some of my preschool students half to death. So yea, I had the playground all to myself because no kid dared to go near the Dark Lord when he’s -or in my case, she’s having a good time on the slide. Thank you to my co-teacher for taking this photo! May the fourth be with you and happy Star Wars day everyone!

This photo was taken a few years ago. I went to school dressed as Darth Vader and scared some of my preschool students half to death. So yea, I had the playground all to myself because no kid dared to go near the Dark Lord when he’s -or in my case, she’s having a good time on the slide. Thank you to my co-teacher for taking this photo! May the fourth be with you and happy Star Wars day everyone!

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21 April 14

Fandom Toy Jungle

Last weekend, Herwin and I went to a toy museum and we saw toys of all shapes and sizes! Will post only 4 photos from the set just ‘cos I’m too lazy to sort out the ones I like best. :p

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                                                      A photo with the Simpsons!

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                                                      I look so tiny next to Optimus!

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                                     The ultimate Captain America fanboy’s giddy face!

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                                                 Spazzing over the Stormtrooper helmets!

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18 April 14

DIY AVENGERS FINGER PUPPETS

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This summer, I am Sky’s math tutor and to say that my nephew hates math is an understatement. That’s why I always come up with ways to keep him interested. We would add jaegers and kaijus and subtract candy people from the candy kingdom. Teacher skeelz. LOL Anway, I made him Adventure Time finger puppets a few days ago and now, I finally made him the Avengers finger puppets that he wanted.

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14 April 14

DIY Adventure Time Finger Puppets

I made some Adventure Time finger puppets for my nephew, Sky! 

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                                              Such a happy little boy! :)

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4 April 14
Baked chocolate chip oatmeal cookies with toffee bits for Herwin and his officemates. :) The recipe from the AverieCooks website was perfect! Hooray for soft and chewy cookies!

Baked chocolate chip oatmeal cookies with toffee bits for Herwin and his officemates. :) The recipe from the AverieCooks website was perfect! Hooray for soft and chewy cookies!

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31 March 14

DIY Alpaca Shoes

Painted a pair of alpaca shoes as a birthday gift for my friend, Dekinut! \(-ㅂ-)/ 

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26 March 14
Working on my color gradient pegs for my 212 class requirement.

Working on my color gradient pegs for my 212 class requirement.

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Themed by Hunson. Originally by Josh