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25 August 14
Got a pretty set of bookmarks from Maker’s Market! Woohoo!

Got a pretty set of bookmarks from Maker’s Market! Woohoo!

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Posted: 6:34 PM
For quite some time, people have known me as the girl with the one-sided braid. Even back to when I was handling preschoolers, it’s easy to spot me in any of my students’ drawings because of my braid. But last month, I got a haircut! ..and it’s for a good cause.
I finally said goodbye to my 16-inch braid and donated my hair to the Donate Your Hair Organization. It’s an NGO for cancer patients and they use the hair donations for the medical wig prosthesis. Since I lost my dad to cancer a few years ago, donating my hair was a moving experience for me since I got the chance to help kids and women with cancer even through this little deed.
If you want to donate your hair too, visit their website for more information. Plus, after making a donation, they will send you a certificate of appreciation. :)

For quite some time, people have known me as the girl with the one-sided braid. Even back to when I was handling preschoolers, it’s easy to spot me in any of my students’ drawings because of my braid. But last month, I got a haircut! ..and it’s for a good cause.

I finally said goodbye to my 16-inch braid and donated my hair to the Donate Your Hair Organization. It’s an NGO for cancer patients and they use the hair donations for the medical wig prosthesis. Since I lost my dad to cancer a few years ago, donating my hair was a moving experience for me since I got the chance to help kids and women with cancer even through this little deed.

If you want to donate your hair too, visit their website for more information. Plus, after making a donation, they will send you a certificate of appreciation. :)

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21 August 14

Tie-dyed my last pair of white shoes the other day. Happy colors for such a rainy season. 

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15 August 14

Herwin and I along with our friends have been spending so much time in Ludo for the past few consecutive weeks. *stuffs moaaar cheese gyoza in my mouth*

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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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Themed by Hunson. Originally by Josh