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Wednesday, September 28, 2011
Early this month, May went to The enchanted ball in Peninsula, Dockland.
It was annual gala ball of the Financial Markets Foundation for Children.
It was such a fun night with great musical entertainment and meaningful time that guest
could buy experiences and a chance for members of the banking community to bid
for a stake in their charitable bond issue.
May's very special day hope that we can join this great event next year again
not only as a guest but also as one of contributors.
Monday, September 26, 2011
426 EMPIRE LOCATION_NORTH Fitzroy
Here I found a white luxurious location for your special occasion.
It is filled with vintage chandelles, 19th century french furniture, original fittings and
classic deco. There are variety of classic and elegant venues in Melbourne, however,
this unique venue will enhance
pleasure of your day.
I found this cute apple from Jane Wang's Pinterest.
The Pink Pearl apple is an apple cultivar developed in 1944 by Albert Etter,
a northern California breeder. Pink Pearl apples are generally medium sized,
with a conical shape. They are named for their bright, pink flesh.
They have a translucent, yellow-green skin, and a crisp, juicy flesh with tart to sweet-tart taste.
Sunday, September 25, 2011
Images are from
Thursday, September 22, 2011
3. Elie saab spring couture 2011 collection (image from http://tig-fashion.blogspot.com)
Hi, it's me May. Today I want to introduce you this quirky DIY vase.
I found this at http://psimadethis.com/
Very simple thing, just cut cardboard out into shape you want and then tie it with a cup.
If you have special vase in your mind for your party, try to design it by yourself
You could save time and money than wasting your time till you find the one you love.
Wednesday, September 21, 2011
Stack eight 20-by-30-inch sheets of tissue. Make 1 1/2-inchwide accordion folds,
creasing with each fold. Fold an 18-inch piece of floral wire in half, and slip over center of folded tissue;
twist. With scissors, trim ends of tissue into rounded or pointy shapes. Separate layers, pulling away from center one at a time. Tie a length of monofilament to floral wire for hanging. Make 4 more Pompoms and hang them ( space it with same distance)
Read more at Marthastewartweddings.com: Pom-Poms and Luminarias How-To
Image from https://www.babyfavorsandthings.com
Tuesday, September 20, 2011
1.Band two wires and make love heart shape
2.Connect two wires firmly with tape
3.Blow balloons (app 100~150 Number of balloons :12 Inch) and tie two white balloons together
4.Tie pink and purple balloons with 4.
5.Place the bunch of balloons (from 5.) into wire and fix balloons with wire
6.Move balloons around to make some shape as you wish
The balloon is the most romantic and easiest prop to decorate your sweet occasion with.
Sounds a bit boring? You might change your mind, if you have a look all these photos I have collected.
Colours, patterns, shapes and sizes...
so many different options out there that will help create the atmosphere that you desire.
Images are from HTTP://WEHEARTIT.COM
Monday, September 19, 2011
Check out this cute DIY Candle holder!
Isn't it gorgeous?
It is incredibly easy to make and beautiful as you see.
Sunday, September 18, 2011
Hi, today I want to show you eco-friendly gift wrapping by using scarf. If you have left over cloth at home it would be useful resource for this tutorial. First of all, you need to trim your cloth. Simply, hemming stitch 4 side of the cloth or blacken each side of it. If your scarf is ready we can start the tutorial.
This tutorial is suitable for wrapping a rectangular box.
1. Place gift box onto the scarf.
2. Tie two edges facing each other twice.
3. Tie the other edges facing each other twice.
4. Cover the center of a ribbon with another pair of ribbon and push into the knot.
1. Place gift box onto the scarf
2. Tie the two edges facing each other twice.
3. Do same for other edges as well.
3. Place four ribbons in the centre and pick one ribbon from the bottom and cover other 3 ribbons
4. Use chopstick to trim the shape. (push the left over into the knot)
1. Place gift box onto the scarf
2. Tie the two edges facing each other and make into a ribbon shape.
3. Same thing for the other two edges as well.
4. Loosen the ribbon by picking some part out and make it fluffy
4. Use chopstick to trim and make a flower shape as you wish.
The cosmetic brand Lush also started their wrapping service with scarf. Check out this youtube video clip http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vPJ5-Ft-xM8&feature=related
Thursday, September 15, 2011
1.Custom business card stamp
2.From the desk of custom stamp
3,4.Wooden house rubber stamp set
5.Enamored pencil Set
6.Small envelope template
Wednesday, September 14, 2011
Check out these beautiful flower centrepieces, they are beautiful as natural flowers. It is such a waste to dispose flowers after use it only once. With these paper flowers you don't need to worry about it, and some of these design studio provide DIY tutorial that you can easily follow.
3.DIY Tissue Paper Blooms by lushlee RIFLE design
4.Paper Ranuculus Flowers by GabriellaDesign ($36.00 USD)
6.Karl Lagerfeld’s show
Tuesday, September 13, 2011
Monday, September 12, 2011
May designed a DIY Melbourne Cup kit for party animlas who are planning house party for
Melbourne Cup day. The kit include paper stationary to make Melbourne Cup sweep more fun and easy. It will be available soon online and offline market.