Friday, October 22, 2010

Friday Fabulosity!

Hello dearies!

Happy Friday to you. :) 

Anyway I nak iklankan few stuffs from Fabulous Floral jap. Lol. :D


How can you not love all this cute and beautiful wedding related stuffs?

I know I do! :) 

And currently Fabulous Floras has so many exciting stuffs for your wedding/ baby shower need: personalized ribbons, beautiful ribbons (satin, organza, grosgrain), favor boxes, gift pack, fresh flower hand bouquet, personalized place card holder, personalized tea bag and etc.

Oh! Psst..I can also work according to your budget/need too. ;)

Till then, take care peeps!


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And you'll be surprised.

Fabulous Floral

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

A note to bride & groom.

Hello dearies!

Stumbled upon this and I think it's perfect for anyone who doesn't want to use the regular guestbook during their wedding reception. :)

photos courtesy: aidan & amy

Happy Tuesday! :)

Monday, October 11, 2010

I've been reviewed..again by 4weddingku!

Thank you so much Mya from 4weddingku for reviewing about I is EX-Miss-Bride-To-Be and my new baby Fabulous Floral! :)

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Cupcake liner flower tree.

Cute right?
Found this tutorial and I personally think it's great for hantaran deco. ;)

Photos courtesy: paper crave

Supplies you’ll need:

a styrofoam tree form (I used a 9” tall form)
mini cupcake liners (1 1/4” to 1 3/8” size)
straight pins, preferably with a ball head
a hot glue gun and glue sticks
accessories for decorating (ribbon, decorative picks, etc.)


1. Separate cupcake liners into groups of five. Flatten the liners, and poke a straight pin through the center of each group.

2. Gently “scrunch” the top cupcake liner around the pin head, taking care not to rip the paper.

3. Repeat the scrunching action for the remaining liners. When you’re finished, you’ll have a flower.

4. Using your thumb and forefinger, grab the flower at the bottom and press the liners together and away from the length of the pin. Add a bit of hot glue to the pin, and immediately insert into the styrofoam tree form.

5. Fold two or three layers of the liners over the pin head, taking care not to burn yourself on any hot glue that may have found its way toward the pin head, and press the pin head in until it’s flush with the tree form. Hold in place for five to ten seconds, until the glue starts to cool and the pin is firmly attached. Fluff and adjust the flower “petals”, if needed. Continue adding cupcake liner flowers, starting at the bottom of the form and working your way around and up, until the entire form is covered. Add embellishments and decorations to the tree to coordinate with your occasion, if desired.