September 27, 2015

Giveaway - Pouch With Pom-Pom

I mentioned this year is 15th anniversary since I started my homepage back when Geocities was around.

I want to thank everyone who's been following my little website! My homepage has been part of me almost half of my life and just from a little hobby brought me so many inspiration that I'm thankful for.
So as a little thank you, I have a small giveaway to celebrate this moment!

I recently remembered that I made custom printed fabric with my design on that I had for a while now. With that fabric I made a little 7''x5'' pouch with pom-pom strap. The drawing of these girls were inspired from fashionable women from Sheridan College that I observed during my college year. 

Now go enter to get a chance to win this prize!

Leave comments with which color pom-pom you want and email(to contact the winner) in this post by Oct 11. I will randomly pick one winner and announce it on Oct 14. 

You don't need blogger account to leave comments so everyone is welcome to enter, so good luck!!


And the winner is......  mistral!
Email is sent you for more information.

Thanks for participating everyone! Hope I can continue to keep my homepage going. My next goal is 20th anniversary!

pouch with pom-pom

pouch with pom-pom: inside

pouch with pom-pom

September 21, 2015


It's been a while since I went to CNTower. Last time was when I was 6?

So many tall buildings I didn't realize, and so many places I've not been....

toronto view

September 13, 2015


Sukiyaki is one of my favorite food. Similar to hotpot but without boiling water. You use electric/gas stove  and large skillet or large shallow pots to cook your food.

Generally you can put whatever you want but if it's your first time trying follow these ingredient first!



For 2 servings:
- 1-2 trays of sliced beef.
- 1 whole nappa, chopped
- 2 trays of tofu, cut into bite size
- 2 packs of Enoki mushrooms
- 3-5 stalk of green onions, chopped
- 4 white onion, chopped.
- 2-4 bags of itokonnyaku (clear glass noodle)
- 4 packs of udon
- 2-4 eggs

Have these on aside:
- soy sauce
- brown sugar
- beer(optional)

1. Heat your skillet to med-high.
Layer the following ingredient :
- nappa
- onion
- green onion
- slices of beef

2. Drizzle brown sugar on sliced beef, beer(optional) and then soy sauce.

3. When it starts cooking nappa will build water as part of cooking process.  Let it simmer at med heat.
*If it starting burning add water yourself.

4. Gather nappa into the middle and add, tofu, enoki mushroom, itokonnyaku into simmered water. Let it simmer for few minute.

5. Once the beef slowly browning, stir beef, nappa, onion together to cook further more.

6.When it's ready, in a serving bowl beaten an egg. Grab any food you like from the skillet and dip into the egg bowl.

7. Repeat #1 again once you run out of beef.

September 8, 2015

Shop at KiDDy Factory

For longest time I have been a buyer at Etsy. So many lovely things out there to buy!

Now it's my turn to open my shop at Etsy! Focused on my strength which is coming up with pattern for knitting and crochet and do illustration. It's a small start for now, but currently selling knitting pattern for DIY fingerless gloves and printable birthday cards.

Come check it out @ KiDDy Factory

Polka Dot Fingerless Gloves

Mountain Top Fingerless Gloves

Half & Half Fingerless Gloves



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