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How I organize my work, as a baker/baking instructor | Blog Post by Kenry

For some of you might have already known, I work as a baker & a baking instructor.  So when I am not journaling, I normally get stuck with my measuring spoons and mixers for most of the time in a day. ☺ But luckily, I get quite a lot of chances to play with my stationery goodies during my work - designing a baking workshop or creating a recipe.  Recipes for my workshops & my work planner – muji 2017-18. I use MUJI planner as my work planner as it’s simple in design and functional. Nothing fancy or decorative, I schedule my workshops and mark wedding cake / sweet table projects on its monthly pages and jot down daily routine...

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Watercolour Wreath Tutorial | Blog Post by Connie

  Who thinks June box was a bomb? I was so excited to see one of the favourite thing was in this box.  As many of you know, watercolours dominate a big part of my life, I paint with them, I study them, I make them, I can’t go anywhere without them! So, I was totally over the moon when I saw some new sumi- based colours in the box ☺ And I know I must share some painting tips with you in this post. I am going to share with you a tutorial on how to create what seeming a complicated elaborate wreath using watercolour in a few simple steps. You can view the video below to guide you...

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Easy & Fun DIY Tutorial: Colorful Stamped Stickers :) | Blog Post by Petra

This is one DIY project I enjoyed making a couple of times now and inspired by the beautiful hues from the watercolor Boku-Undo set included in the June Stationery Selection subscription box I decided to create some again and share a quick & easy tutorial on these home made, colorful, stamped stickers :) My first encounter with these was when my penpal Sanna sent me some she made herself and has helped me with her advice to make my own for the first time. :)  So let's get started with the supplies you'll need to make your own stickers and quick tips on how to make them :)  I have to mention, the supplies and the process itself can vary...

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My Essentials for Watercolouring | Blog Post by Kenry

Since I started journaling, I picked watercolours as my major means of illustrating / recording my daily happenings or baking moments over others like colour pencils or oil pastels because it’s handy to carry a light-weighed watercolour palette with me; and I really love the soft strokes and light style that watercolours create. And I just got even more addicted when I received my first ever Pental Aquash Waterbrush (medium) from The Stationery Selection box a few months back.   I am so surprised that I was given another Pental Aquash Waterbrush (large) in June’s box. Because I was struggling whether I should get one more. Pens/ Brushes – In most of my paintings, I first drafted with pencils. It’s always...

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