I was interviewed by Lisabel Ting for her column, Get Crafty, last week and I provided the steps on how to make a cake topper. The photos are courtesy of Lex under Photosaurus-Studio.com. Grab a copy of The Straits Times today, to see detailed instructions on we make our cake toppers.
NOTE: We will hold another workshop this month. Sign-up to our mailing list to get updates on our next schedule.
We’re selling these illustrations as greeting cards and A4 size prints at the National Museum. Drop by our booth from 1:00 – 7:00 pm.
We’ve gotten orders for wax seal for personal branding from two photographers. I think it’s a lovely touch to receive your photos packaged in something so traditional and surprising. Amy Lynn is an amateur photographer from Indiana. You can visit her blog and Facebook page to see more of her work. The seal with triangles and circles is a personal seal for Stephen and third seal is for Spyke who is a photographer from Singapore.
We will be launching new products on our store soon. We’re launching our very own line of rubber stamps. One of the upcoming stamps will be address stamps for envelopes, like the one we have here. Stay tuned!
I designed a logo for Celebrar Events inspired by my love for calligraphy. Celebrar is a start-up event management service based in the Philippines. The owner wanted an elegant logo that would pair well with the dark and metallic palette she chose.
I hashed out my ideas on paper, trying to come up with flourishes for the border. The drafts were scanned and traced using Illustrator.
I’m waiting to hear from the client on how she feels about the logo. Now I’m going to start designing the business cards and other stationery for her branding kit.
We got an order for a wedding wax seal from the lovely Ms. V. She had a design prepared and we just helped her transform into a seal. It’s always a pleasure working with a great customer.
We launched our new plushies at the Public Garden Flea Market this weekend. We got a lot of customers interested in buying the sewing pattern and complete sewing kit which we will be launching this month.
It was difficult to part with two of our plushies . I guess it is so easy to get attached to something you spend hours making. The lovely ladies from irui.com.sg gave our plushies a new home. We got one of them to pose for a quick photo.