Watercolouring Practice: My Favorite Things Sweet Birthday Wishes


Attempt another round of watercolouring today using My Favorite Things Sweet Birthday Wishes stamp set. I think I started to get use of Gansai Tambi watercolours. Love the pool colour so much! 😀

Supplies List:
Stamp Set: My Favorite Things Sweet Birthday Wishes
Watercolour: Kuretake Gansai Tambi 36 Colours Set
Watercolour Brush: Ashley Watercolour Brushes
Watercolour Paper: The Langton 140LB


Watercolouring Pactice: Precious Moments Love One Another


First time using the Gansai Tambi watercolours. Wow I really love it. Excellent quality! These palettes are very creamy and rich in pigmentation. The colours are so gorgeous and creamy and do not need a lot of water to activate those colours. The pigments are rich and blends nicely. 🙂 I am not a pro in watercolouring but this is so easy to use.

Supplies List:
Rubber Stamp: Precious Moments Love One Another
Watercolour: Kuretake Gansai Tambi 36 Colours Set
Watercolour Brush: Faber Castell
Watercolour Paper: The Langton 140LB

Baby Romper Card


Congratulations to Joyce and Victor to their new bundle of joy on our Nation’s Golden Jubilee Birthday! I have made this baby romper card to welcome their little princess, Alena. 🙂 Thank you Lee Ming for contributing the idea of putting a SG50 logo on the card.

I love the way the Wink of Stella brush clear added the shimmering touch to the finished card. Joyce, hope you like the card I have made for you. 😉

Supplies List:
Case Base: Neenah Solar White 80 LB
Patterned Paper: Bo Bunny Soft Shades Double Dots 6 x 6 Paper Pad
Embossing Folder: Sizzix Flowers (from dots and flowers set) Ribbon
Bow: Daiso
Paper Punch: EK Success 1.5″ Circle Punch
Paper Punch: EK Success 2″ Scallop Circle Punch
Paper Punch: Fiskars Scallop Sentiment Border Punch
Glitter Brush: Zig Wink of Stella Clear Brush

Paper Bows with WRMK Envelope Punch Board

Today I am going to show you paper bows that you can create with your Envelope Punch Board. This really help to stretch the use of your envelope punch board if you have one.


I am using one strip of paper to make the bows:
Size of paper to make a small bow: 1″ x 7″
Size of paper to make a medium bow: 1″ x 10″
Size of paper to make a large bow: 1.5″ x 10″
A small strip of 1/4″ paper to close the bow


Step 1:
On two ends of the paper, punch a notch to make the tail of the bow.

Step 2:
For the small bow, punch a notch at 1.5″ on both ends and at 3.5″.
For the medium and large bow, puncha notch at 2″ on both ends and at 5″.

Step 3:
Use a pencil to curl the paper a bit to make the bow to have a more dimension look.

Step 4:
Fold 2 ends of the tails toward the middle of the paper.

Step 5:
Invert the paper and apply adhesive at the middle.

Step 6:
Adhere both ends of the paper to the center.
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Step 7:
Adhere the 1/4″ strip of paper to seal/close the bow.

Tada.. and now it’s done! 😉 You can make as many bows using your favourite pattern papers. 🙂