I like to describe myself as an adventurous romantic who isn't opposed to trying out new foods especially when they appeal to my sense of sight and smell. Finding said food tasty as well, does for me what fireworks does for a child. All my exciting food experiences go in a special section of… Continue reading Diary of an experimental foodie
Creativity and innovation are a very important part of any society that expects to grow. Design plays an integral part in our lives from the conceptual stage with the "imagining" and sketching of the product idea. Next comes the fine tuning of ideas, creating prototypes, modifying and manipulating the design and materials before the final… Continue reading Interactive/Digital Devices and Teaching Textile Design
DIY Lace Bib.
This is a diy project i just finished. I took about 45 minutes from start to finish. I had the lace bits for about 4 years now...i know! Lets just say i was waiting for the right time/inspiration and the right project. Well, over the weekend, i decided I'd waited enough and I've recently wanted to make myself another bib so, here goes.… Continue reading DIY Lace Bib
This is co cute, easy to DIY and season appripriate. All you need are clear Acrylic nails, top coat and base coat polish, white nail polish and nude pink nail polish. Oh yeah and...accent colours for the bunny; red, black, yellow and silver nail polish (you can use nail pens).
I saw this on the http://www.refinery29.com website and decided to share it with other nail art lovers like me. 4 Nail Designs To Try Now By Connie Wang, Photos by Caroline Sinders Call it a self-fulfilling prophecy. We may have predicted that nail art was going to be big for 2010, but it was partially driven… Continue reading DIY Nails