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Eggs en Cocotte


 My very first European city was definitely one to remember. It’s the one women dream about, the city of lights and the city of love, it’s the city that embodies romance – it is Paris, France. Two years ago I ventured to Paris by myself to visit my best friend whom I met on exchange in Singapore. She was from Stockholm but doing an internship in Paris and when I went over, she was on the very last leg of her internship and was heading back to Sweden soon. So on a whim, for my birthday treat and for hers, … Read more

posted by on October 31, 2013 in Easy Recipes
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Crochet Tea Towel


 I know what you’re thinking… my grandma used to make those crocheted and knitted tea towels. Well I’m telling you that us young folk can have fun crocheting useful household items too. Not only do you get a cute, handmade dishcloth to use for your own home or to give away as a special gift, but you also save money by DIY-ing. This is the perfect simple beginner project when you’re just learning to crochet! 


Project: Crochet Tea Towel

Materials Needed:

  • Worsted Weight Cotton Yarn (I used the Bernat Handicrafter Cotton Yarn – shown below)
  • Hook Size U.S. H
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posted by on June 10, 2013 in DIY Projects
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DIY Kimono Inspired Wrap Scarf


 I love Japanese things. The edginess, the cuteness and the elegance of it all just sums it all up into the perfect. Take my best friend for example, a tiny little 4ft 11 package with so much spunk and style it blows your socks off. She’s more than awesome and I’m more than blessed to have her as my bff. She just so happens to be flying back for a trip home to the motherland in only a matter of hours. 

She also happens to be my little model for this post – modelling my Japanese kimono inspired scarf/shawl wrap. It’s a … Read more

posted by on April 22, 2013 in DIY Projects
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Miso Cabbage Slaw


 I love slaws. They make me very gassy at times, but I love the crunch and I love the tang. I also love fusion dishes that infuse the flavors of different cultures into  a traditional recipe. For instance, a miso-infused cabbage slaw. 

It’s nutritious, delicious and oh-so-very tasty. 

P.S. the manly hands in this post are the hands of my very talented assistant Eric (also known as, the boyfriend). This post is his claim to fame as he has been waiting for his chance to be featured in the blog. He wanted Greek god poses of himself, but fortunately for … Read more

posted by on April 16, 2013 in Easy Recipes
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Blossoming Flower Cone Wall Display



We hope you enjoyed our one-month cherry blossom tea party post! Don’t forget to leave a comment stating an idea/something you’d like us to try on the blog, follow us on twitter and let us know about it, or become a fan of us on Facebook! If you do any of those three things you’ll be entered in to win our 1-month giveaway package which consists of: 

Contest ends April 30th, 2013 at midnight. … Read more

posted by on April 15, 2013 in DIY Projects, Party Planning, Style Your Home, Wedding Ideas
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