Reindeer Forest | Magnolia Day Inspiration online class

Hello again friends!

This is my another Blog post about The Online Magnolia Day, if you missed the first one you can check HERE. I’ve been wanting to share this card since yesterday and today I have this chance!

I am featuring a very easy watercolor background inspired by a short path of Bambi's story:
Bambi's Mother: Everything in the forest has its season. Where one thing falls, another grows. Maybe not what was there before, but something new and wonderful all the same.
Bambi: But I feel so alone.
Bambi's Mother: I'm always with you. Even when you can't see me, I'm here...
In this case, I try to wrap my card with the friendship of Princess Deer :) 

Card Details;
I use Reindeer Forest set from Magnolia Day and it was an awesome set with beautiful images and die.
I filmed a video tutorial showing how to create this project, and you can watch it on Magnolia's site HERE.

I really appreciate all your lovely support every time you read my blog.
Thank you so much, Wishing you a beautiful day!

With Love from Paris | Magnolia Day inspiration workshop

Hi everyone!

Welcome back to my blog post and today I wanna share what I am create for Magnolia Day,
as you know that Magnolia has their fabulous event called Magnolia Day where they has super sale, workshop, etc. And this year they have their very first time The Online Magnolia Day. So, on that 48 hours online updated on their Facebook page, everyone around this globe can join this event!

and this is my card for the event;

Card Details;

This card used the stamps from the kit "With Love from Paris"  This kit has many of items, one Tilda and some stamps about Paris come along her.
In this episode I want to show a one layer pattern background created with the help of stamps and distress ink color blending and share about platinum heat embossing.
If you buy this kit from Magnolia you will get the ticket to watch the workshop online.

I love this set! and I hope you will love them as much as I did.
Thank you so much & have a beautiful day!

Chinese painting on art journal Ft. Edwin Ninja

Hello friends!

I feel like it’s quiet fast from my latest post on my blog, but I have lots of  ideas in my head for my crafting journey and a few fun Instagram stories to tell!
Today I have a rather simple journal pages to share featuring Edwin Ninja [from Magnolia stamp, of course!] along with a very easy Chinese painting. I actually wrote this pages back in few days ago and never got around to posting it.
I am struggling to learn how to handle a Chinese brush to paint, especially on the particular small area like a journal page.

I find it isn't easy .. but I have to learn harder if I want to get a better skill.
When I write in my journal, I don’t dwell on things that went wrong. Focus on the positive aspects of my day or week.
Because I love to write it and read again in the future!

I treasure these words:
"The man who moves a mountain must start by moving small stones."
Chinese proverb


First of all, I color the image with watercolor mediums. This Image really talked abut the "never give up" then I combine him with Bamboo -- in this case I choose Bamboo because I can learn how to paint the stroke for stem and paint the leaves after that.
I am using Kuretake Gansai Tambi - Japanese watercolor that have creamy texture which is easy to use on this particular Chinese painting, in my opinion!
For the final touch, the glamorous gold splatters from Kuretake Starry Night has made a different gorgeous look.

This is my name in Chinese letter :)

Thank you so much for reading!