Posts Tagged ‘Sewn’

A little gift for a little man

Baby Garland - Ezekiel

Dear Baby Zeke,

Merry First Christmas.


Auntie D


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Where I confess of ripping off Anthropologie

Saw this grandiflora hairpin the other week at Anthropologie,


and knew in a heartbeat that I could make a similar one my own.

So I did.

Pink hairpin

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Luggage Tags, pt. 1

Here they are!

Gave the blue pair to my roommate – she’s currently traveling to Japan and Indonesia. The rest are somewhat influenced by the season’s colors. One pair will be sent to the West Coast tomorrow, and the other pair I’m planning to keep.

Am thinking to make some more after I’m back from vacation. [Edit: Will make 3 or 4 more pairs for friends who had expressed their interest]

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Luggage Tags, pt. 0

What an exhausting weekend.

Managed to finish the first pair of luggage tags though, and even practiced with my new camera! Too bad I still can’t figure out how to upload the pictures. And my SD reader can’t read an SD-HC, as it turns out. Boo. Anyway, will give the tags to my friend during dinner later tonight. Do you think one hour is enough to dress up, put make-up on, AND wrap the tags? Hmm? Probably not.

Speaking of gift wrapping, I’ve always been awed by the stark simplicity of kraft paper and baker’s twine.


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Birdie Embroidered Pouch

Farewell gift.

Birdie copied from Doodle-Stitching, pouch pattern was a trial/and/error by me.

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Rising from the grave

So whatever happened to the comic diary? I gave it up in just three months. I had ideas, but no patience. I suppose it wasn’t the life for me.

Then summer came and I got hooked on reading, then baking, then crafting, and as the weather got better and better, I was mostly enjoying the outdoor. A lot. But now that the temperature is dropping, I’m back to indoor activities.


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Meet Marjorie.

Marjorie likes to roam the streets of Paris.
Her favorite past-time is reading at a sidewalk café,
while nibbling on French macaroons and sipping Earl Grey.
She loves fresh seafood and chilly weather.
She enjoys baking and dreams to open her own patisserie one day

Pattern from Aranzi Aronzo’s Cute Dolls.

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