Tag Archive: gifting

Fabric Gift Wrapping Tutorial #3

There has been a baby boom at my son’s preschool lately. A total of 4 families has welcomed  or will welcome new additions to their families. One of my son’s good friend will… Continue reading

Fabric Gift Wrapping Tutorial #2

I got this book from my mom awhile ago. I have always wanted to learn the art of fabric wrapping, also known as furoshiki, in Japanese. This book is a Korean book. Although… Continue reading

Christmas 2013 Teachers’ Gifts

I have hit a wall lately, creatively. I’ve been in a jam for about three weeks. No new ideas. No inspiration. No creative juice. Not. A. Drop. This drought is even hitting my… Continue reading

Hostess Gift

I love get-togethers. I prefer it over going out to a restaurant or any outside meeting places. Don’t get me wrong, it’s nice to go out once in awhile but it’s so much… Continue reading

Gift Wrapping

When I was young (a long long time ago in the Triassic period) when people asked me what I wanted to be, my answer was always “an architect” or “a lawyer”. But I… Continue reading

Favor Kits on Etsy

As I keep working on building my Etsy Shop, I’ve been pretty much ignoring everything else in my life. For instance, I can’t remember what I fed my son for dinner tonight…or last… Continue reading

Etsy

I’ve been working on my Etsy shop lately. Although I opened my shop a couple of years ago, I only just recently started to list items. I kept making excuses that I don’t… Continue reading

Food Gifting

I love package design. Especially, food packaging. I can totally lose track of time scrolling through all the beautiful packaging on Pinterest. I’m also completely content roaming around Anthropologie and homestores like The… Continue reading

back-to-school teacher’s gift

I was recently asked by Sarita to do a guest post on her blog I Love Gifting. Needless to say, I was really honored and excited! I decided to share a back-to-school teacher’s… Continue reading

fabric gift wrapping

I’m lucky enough to say that I love my neighbors.  They often help out with my son; babysitting, throwing frisbees, teaching him how to garden, and even catching bugs with him (which I’m… Continue reading