Category Archives: Accessories

Pearl necklace for kids

Boon Kuan created this pearl necklace with a beautiful heart shaped glass bead for my pastel “turquoise” dress. R wanted to wear it out but I told her Aunty BK hasn’t decided whether she wanted to sell it yet  And I am wondering, if this will break if she drops it on the floor?   read more »

Pink and Purple

Pink and purple flower hairpins and rings for kiddos. Thanks Aunty BK!  Aunty BK please comment on what the flowers are made of? Thanks! Oh, and I really tried, but I could not get a shot of them wearing the hairpins. The heads just wouldn’t keep still!     Recommend on Facebook Tweet about it read more »

Pretty flower accessories

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Turquoise Rings

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A Crochet Bag

So the saga continues. This was made as part of the crochet frenzy after learning how to crochet flowers. Basically everything is on youtube, and most patterns are made up of the same few stitches. The idea is to focus and not lose count Which strangely for me, is relaxing, because I can shut out read more »

latest obsession – crochet

First of all, I would like to say that this magazine is sooo expensive in Singapore (Just like COEs). But I loved the previous issue so much I told myself I needed this one to do further research into crafts and craft related businesses In the end, I ended up with a new obsession – read more »

Another bag!

My niece has a little blue bag (store bought) that I really liked the shape of. And when I see something that I can make myself, what do I do?   I just realized something funny. My girls never questioned why they need so many bags. For other things they do. If I’m out shopping read more »

cupcake earrings!

  Check out these cupcake earrings from our resident blogger and beading craftswoman (ok I don’t know what is the official term). Wouldn’t they be gorgeous for a little girl’s tea party? And mummy can borrow them when she’s heading out for high tea with her friends. Recommend on Facebook Tweet about it Subscribe to read more »