I have been pinning a lot of blue graphics and photos while browsing my Bloglovin and WordPress feed.
- Watercolour blue floral by minna may
- Anna Talbot’s Beautifully Sculptural Jewelry via Brown Paper Bag
- Streamer Carpet by WE MAKE CARPET
- Maki Hino and her Paper Dolls via The Dancing Rest
- Blue Wisteria Watercolor by Dustan Knight
- “Let the elephants live” Watercolor by Mint the Elephant
- Willows photograph by Karen McRae
- Blue goldfish by tamberrinoartstudio
- DIY Coasters by Teri from The Lovely Drawer
Agate /ˈæɡət/ is a cryptocrystalline variety of silica, chiefly chalcedony, characterised by its fineness of grain and brightness of color. Although agates may be found in various kinds of rock, they are classically associated with volcanic rocks and can be common in certain metamorphic rocks.
Poly Agate // Macro // Copper Tree// Abstract // Etage // Shimmer // Print Scarf // Geode Wall Art // Nail Varnish
Today is Good Friday and a few more days is Easter Day.
To celebrate I have compiled a series of bunny art below.
Enjoy this festive season!
Astro // Card // Geometry // Wire // Sticker // Amigurumi // Watercolour // Bread // Earrings
Today, I am pausing my weekly “I Love Series” for the most respectable man, Mr Lee Kuan Yew.
There was a time when people said
That Singapore won’t make it
But we did
There was a time when troubles
Seemed too much for us to take
But we did
We built a nation
Strong and free
Reaching out together
For peace and harmony
-National patriotic song, We Are Singapore.
He envisioned a better Singapore and he did it.
I was able to draft “I Love Singapore” because of all his hard work.
It is totally worth it to spend 4.5 hours under the hot sun and even a sudden drizzle just to bow to him for less than 10 seconds. This is nothing compared to what he did for Singapore and all the Singaporeans.
My favourite quote of his:
I have no regrets. I have spent my life, so much of it, building up this country. There’s nothing more that I need to do. At the end of the day, what have I got? A successful Singapore. What have I given up?
Thank you and goodbye, Mr Lee!
While I am making travel plans for my upcoming Japan trip, I caught sight of these interesting ideas to make my travel baggage less ordinary. No more mistaking my boring brown luggage with others and easily spot it on the carousel from far.
- Spraypaint with lace pattern
- Make your own leather luggage tag
- Protect with luggage cover
- Flex your embroidery skill
- Draw on it
- Buy an unique luggage
- Tie a striking colour cord
- Mod podge with fabric hearts
- Stick a creative sticker at unexpected place