Here’s a snapshots series of fruit tea preparation that i would like to share. i have readied them in orderly manner, it’s simple straight forward and requires no further instructions. Except, to add sweets according to your liking. This recipe was observed by me a few months back, when i celebrated with my colleague a farewell lunch in a vegetarian restaurant. We had this tea which is the restaurant’s specialty. A recommended beverage for those weight / health watchers. Bon apetite~
i was very much inspired enough by The Glamourai’s bib necklace creation when i first set my eyes on her blog. i must admit that i came to know about the existence of DIY bib necklaces through her. She was one of my blogger friend who does DIYs on women’s fashion accessories. If i am not wrong, i recalled seeing bib necklaces way back in my college days in 2000 – 2002. But it was revisited now. Anyway, what i did was, without much of thinking, i make time and grabbed all the old necklaces and leftover beads that i can find and started making a bib out of them. i was pretty sure that it is as simple enough to do one. Thanks to blackcoffeecrumbs for the captured pics and mute-mode for the yummy milo-iced drink on a hot sunny day just enough to chill me off the heat in the no-ventilation-kitchen. And mom (sorry, she doesn’t own a blog of her own at the moment, i will try convincing her to begin with one as she has got so many to share about everything pluss her english is way much better than mine ;-) ), who’s kind enough to cook herself a packet of instant noodle just to keep me accompanied during my bib project..
And while we were all being so chatty, suddenly we were greeted by an unwelcome guest…
Yes, its the none other than the predictable irritating Raven (ughh, speaking of her, i despised her for bitting my newly purchased but never worn F21 long tank top just now!!! Arghhh!!!)
Will let you know the outcome of the bib once its in completion. It has only reached a 90% of progression for now. Hopefully i have the time to finish it off.
Have a wonderful weekend to all of you!
my first diy to begin with. Transforming this into this
Sorry for the long lost absence again, as usual got tied up with multiple work & assignments these past few months ; )
A courtesy post creatively brought to you by Mute-Mode.
Seems that its spying on us talking.. or its feeling very lonely, couldn’t talk our language? Fell free to interpret it yourself.. Enjoy!
Thanks to Ivy from Mute-Mode for these stills! :D
Wearing MNJ Nicole Jacket, Olive Green Men’s Sleeveless Cotton T, Padini Seed Navy Blue Bubble Skirt, MNG Double Layered Metal Necklace (converted to become a Body-con-like chain) NOSE Zipper Platform Heels
Another mix & match outfit post. Weather was bright just like the way i love it. Have to appreciate it to the max before the deadly monsoon season takes charge in end of October onwards. Summer rules for now! Have yourself the most perfect summer of the year!
Image & DIY Source: Kate Cusack.blogspot.com, StyleHurricane.blogspot.com, LeeAnnPeterson.wordpress.com, Dawanda.com
i noticed that i was not completely recovered from the zippers obsessions. Infact, i was constantly craving for stuffs with zippers months back, suppressing myself until i discovered a briliant DIY collection by stylehurricane while browsing BTW‘s blog featured in AtlantisHome‘s. Wow, that’s so encapsulated! :D That’s where it exploded and so i began collaging my favourite zippers collections. i have also discovered a site that provides a simple and practical tutorial on how to make your own zipper necklace. Thanks to OutsaPopTrashion :) Its so kind of her to share with us all of her DIYs. After going through her tutorials, i am so filled with much anxiety and planning er.. well actually dreaming to work on a zipper project soon but i firstly need to free myself up from those piles of work. Unzip, unzip!
Unzip all your problems & i am sure all of you will have a great day ahead!
Wearing: Layered Chain Metal Belt as Necklace, Old Navy cotton-T, Weekenders shorts
This chain belt was bought in year 2000 or 2001 when i was so madly in love with metal layering belts. i have never wear it before because i couldn’t fint any suitable occasion to match it with.. Recently, i came across it when i saw the layered necklace worn by Wendy, Ivy & Hanh . i was even troubled for not buying it at the F21! i was so desperate for one until i came up with a kind-of brilliant idea to convert my layered metal chain belt into a layered metal necklace.. It was not as good as the F21’s but its still a layered necklace..
Self-made Rosary necklace Self-made wooden bead bracelets (Bottom left)
i would like to thank all of you who participated in the comment session in my last post of Accessories. i truly believe eventhough the accessories posted was a bit ‘old fashion’ we must at least own one of this similar kind simply because it a classical piece for keep. It also casually goes with any simple form of dress and completes the entire look, effortlessly.
Here are part of my accessories collected over the years that i would like to share with all of you. They are a bit flashy and outdated no doubt, but remember those are bought at the peak of trend during that time. i usually prefer my accessories to be in metal form, possibly matt effect. Sometimes i’m really in the mood for vibrant colors accessories which i felt a little embarassed to wear them on because of my age and the surrounding that is constantly lacking of fashion concious. However, i am very glad and pleased that some of you still appreciates hand-made accessories. As for me, i appreciates anything that is intricate because it has a substance in it.