This was made using gift wrap, coloured paper and jars from dollarama :) We hope that the creative guest book brings us many creative messages!
I went to Michaels to pick up a paint brush, and when I walked by these $1.50 photo frames, I thought “those would make great necklaces!” Using the frame, a pair of scissors, sanding paper, acrylic paint, and a few of my old jewelry supplies, I created this double sided wooden necklace. This project took less than an hour, and it looked great with my white top and blue jeans :)
Next week my sister and I are going on our first vacation alone, and it’s definitely going to be an interesting one (And it will be VERY interesting if I still have this cold, and I will have to cough into the face of the poor person sitting next to me on the 24 hour journey). That’s right. 24 hour journey. We are traveling half way around the world to Singapore for 10 days! We are spending 3 of those days in Cambodia visiting Angkor Wat.
Anything that you can find in Canada can be found in Singapore (Except winter gear, but who needs that in 30+ degrees?), so my sister and I thought we’d make all the ladies (My two chitti’s (aunts) and my two cousins) some simple bracelets. It would be extremely personal, and definitely something that they couldn’t buy in Singapore. Unfortunately my sister had 5 midterms and even more assignments, so she’s been pretty MIA. My sister and I do enjoy making jewelry together, but this time I had to fly solo :(
Here’s the first bracelet- A little something in Pink for my girly 9 year old cousin :)
In honour of CIBC’s Run for the Cure which is happening today in Toronto, let us all take some time to Think Pink
This is a quick pen and ink sketch I did with Stabilo 0.4 MM black pen and Staedtler 0.3MM pink pen.