Cooking never comes naturally for me. It is more like a survival skill that I need to have 🙂 Some days I feel like doing it, other days I just feel like making crafts instead. So I always try to find something easy and fast, but also delicious.
I’m going to share our recent favourite lasagna recipe, along with the secret sauce (my daughter pointed out that it’s more like she and I, because the boys in our family are not fans of pasta). This pasta is really good if you don’tView full post »
An impromptu trip to the beach. Low tide. Sandcastles. Shells. Sand covered feet. So love this time of the year.View full post »
Just want to share our latest mother-daughter project.. adopt-an-owl 🙂 Had so much fun putting these together for her school gala. I made the owl and she made the bio sheet and put the jar together. This one is a girl, and she’s the sweetest owl to adopt!
And here is the Christmas owl. This one is a boy and he loves Christmas – loves to dress up as a reindeer.
It was so much fun doing this project with my girl. Time well spent 🙂View full post »
When I was little, my dad used to take lots of photos. Every time he finished a roll of film, he would take it to the local print shop and get it developed. There was a drawer in my house that was dedicated for these photo albums. Growing up, whenever I had nothing to do, I would just go to this drawer and flip through these albums.
These days with digital cameras and smartphones, taking pictures is getting easier and easier. However I found that I don’t get them printed enough. All theseView full post »
We finally got the chance to visit La Cigale French Market a few weeks ago. This market has been voted as Auckland Best Food Market for the past 7 years. It was a cloudy morning and we managed to find a car park, and so glad that the market wasn’t overly busy.
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Auckland Lantern FestivalView full post »
You must check Origrami out! I ordered the Rangefinder series and I just loved how easy it was to order.
Seriously, how cute is this tin? You can even choose the colour and the design to go on the back of the prints.
What’s your favourite printer now?View full post »
As you’ve probably seen, I pinned lots of Christmas crafts tutorials on my PINTEREST. One tutorial that I really wanted to make was the salt dough ornaments. I am not very good with oven though, and since I’d like to make these with my kids, I chose to use DAS air-dry modelling clay instead. This is our main Christmas project this year and we had so much fun making them. So I thought I’d share it with you all : )
You will need : modelling clay, stamps, cookie cutter, sand paper, drinkingView full post »
Sharing some photos that I took at The Clevedon Village Farmers Market last weekend.View full post »
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