I created three animal cards for your Valentine’s. A bunny, a bear and something that reminds me of Pokemon. I also created two pattern squares that you can make origami hearts with!
These are what you’ll get when you download.
Write your message at the back of the square, so that it’s going to be inside the origami heart.
I found this video on youtube that gives crystal clear guide on how to make origami heart. If you don’t know how to make one, I recommend you watching the video.
Carefully cut the dash lines on the cards to make slots for the origami hearts.
Ta-DA! Slip in the origami heart with your secret message in it. These cards are no larger than 14.8cm in height, so they will fit nicely inside a C6 envelope. Or they make a nice display too!
By the way for this post, I am using my iPhone 5 camera for the photos. I think they look pretty good for a mobile phone camera, don’t you think?
I am back!
Finally after one month hiatus, this blog is up and running again (do you notice the new design?). According to Google Analytics, there is nothing you guys love more than printable. So I’d like to start 2014 with a new freebie!
On the 31st of January this year, we are celebrating Chinese New Year. In our culture, we have to give red packets (also known as hong baos) to young & single boys and girls. I feel the need to say “YOUNG” because it’s kind of weird if I have to give my 30-year-old single friends red packets :P
However, since Valentine’s day is also around the corner, I’d like to make this printable useful for both occasions. I feel like the theme shabby chic is a good fit. After all, I have done the “red and bold” packets last year.
Even though Hong Baos are supposed to mean Red Packets, but with all the cute and colourful envelopes out there, they don’t have to be red anymore. However, dark colours such as black or navy blue will be frowned upon, because in Chinese culture they are symbol of bad luck. 2014 is year of the horse, and it is supposed to be a great year for those who were born in the year of tiger (and horse, of course)… such as me! That is why I am embracing this year with open arms. I know this might sound baloney, but I actually still believe in these stuff. After all, there’s nothing bad in putting a little positive spin into our life.
This festive season, there are a lot of reasons to party. Whether it’s Christmas, New Year of just simply getting together with friends and family. I’ve created a cupcake party kit for you. It is *sort of* holiday themed (Christmas and birds go well together), but they are also suitable for many other occasions.
In this party kit, you will find:
This will be the last printable for this year. And this week will be my last blogging week until next year! In 2014 I will be back with more printables and new blog design.
For party guests, you can use the wrapping paper to wrap presents and the rounds and mini cards as gift tags!
Merry Christmas, everyone!
Surprise, surprise! This is my favourite Design is Yay printable yet. Free Printable Calendar 2014 for you to download, print, cut and keep (or give as gift)!
Featuring 12 colourful illustrations for each month, may your upcoming year be filled with colours and sweetness.
Hang them with pegs on a twine, put them up washi tapes, or carry them around in your bag.