I have been tagged by lovely notebookdoodles !
Here are the rules:
+ you have to link to the person who tagged.
+ you have to write 7 things about yourself. (both weird and normal stuff)
+ you have to tag 7 people and link to them in the end of the post and leave them a comment to let them know.
And I tag....
Ermie • Paint Box • Mado& Co • flor de papel • aniadots
Lumetta • The fab Miss B
This might be useful...
I made a few boxes to put a small gift in the each box instead of using wrapping paper. I thought using a box + wrapping paper are just wasting....
The boxes which I made are small (2.5" x 2.5" x 1.25") but you can make
bigger one. I used 80lb drawing papers and these were nice thickness to make boxes. Here is an instruction how to make a gift box.
If you want to use this pattern, please feel free to email me. I will send you a PDF file. (I just don't know how to attach the file to this blog, so..)
From my sketchbook....
I love cooking! I usually cook when I am at home. Bon Appetit magazine is one of my favorite magazines. I used to work there before as a freelance designer and I liked looking through all the beautiful photos of food...Here are their Thanksgiving recipes...
I added 2009 desk calendar in my etsy store today!
This cheerful eco-friendly handmade stamps calendar is great size for your desk or the office. It is also a perfect holiday gift for friends! Each month has different patterns using simple shapes of rubber stamps I created.
12months + front/back covers are professionally printed with soy inks on 100% recycled chlorine-free papers.
When you purchase this calendar, 10 % of the profits will be donated to the United nations Children's Fund (UNICEF). A gift of donation protects and save children's lives.
It's been raining here since this morning and I don't feel like going out today.
So, I am working on my art work....
I went to MoMA yesterday and when every time I go there, I am always inspired by great artists.
I liked art work of John Cage, Joan Miro and Robert Rauschenberg the most this time...