Category Archive: Art

Rainy Days…

We love them! Especially when the haze is back… It is the perfect reason to take out the girls prettily decorated $2 umbrellas from Daiso. Here is Little B decorating hers ‘in case… Continue reading

Sunshine and milestones…

238 days… It has been 238 days since the new year. Since I last posted.  Oh my… What has happened in between? Life has been packed to the brim with so many events;… Continue reading

Seiji Yamamoto and the art/science of his cooking…

‘Cooking is both an art and a science’. I’ve come across this cliche so often but never thought much of it until I came across this chef, Seiji Yamamoto, preparing his beautiful food… Continue reading


Dreams are such fleeting things. Like dew drops. I imagine millions of us nodding off to sleep every night; millions of grass blades collecting water baubles that grow on us at twilight and… Continue reading


I’ve been neglecting Ewehouse the past week, not because I’ve stopped pottering around in here but because I’ve been busy growing seeds in Ewegarden. I decided to streamline the contents I put into… Continue reading

What to do with a moldy TV…

We haven’t been watching TV for quite a while… as you can see. It’s infested with mold… All UNDER the screen so that we can’t scrape it off. It’s quite a goner. It… Continue reading

It has been an eventful 2012

Yes, I’m back. Hehe… (Though I would prefer not to mention anything and pretend my last entry was just yesterday.) But hey, I’ve been busy with a few things like And this And… Continue reading

The Little Critters are Moving…

My Ferrero Rocher box is full. Time for the first batch of animals to move into Noah’s ark (a.k.a my car dashboard). Little B will have her car seat turned around soon, so… Continue reading

Amazing Everything – The Art of Scott C

Here’s another gem I picked up from the library – a collection of whimsical, funny and delightful art by Scott Campbell. I love his quirky style and his adorable illustrations which are full… Continue reading

Artist’s Complete Problem Solver by Trudy Friend

I liked this book so much that I ended up buying it after borrowing it from the library.:) (Mine is a 2nd hand copy off Ebay at less than half it’s original price… Continue reading

National Library Board Book Sale

Every year, NLB clears it’s old books. I’m happy for them and for all who don’t mind owning a good secondhand! My neighbor and I went to Expo for the NLB preview this… Continue reading

Jumping Clay

B is on leave this week. Which is why I’m taking a break from cooking and taking this chance to try out and finish using up my Jumping Clay before it all dries… Continue reading

Rainy Days Make Me High!

Yay! It’s another rainy day! 🙂 If this keeps up, every post is going to be about another rainy day… Which I don’t mind, actually! Hehee! Today I am trying out the new… Continue reading

What is your response to this painting?

Yes, I’m curious to know… When different people view the same piece of art, do they generally respond the same way? Why or why not? Let me show you a painting that I… Continue reading

The Curious Incident of the Ant in Broad Daylight

Today, I did something that I’ve been wanting to do for a very long while – follow the path of an ant with my crayon. I always feel there is something spiritual about… Continue reading

642 Things to Draw

This is a review of this book; actually more of a droning narration of my experience using it for the first time. I like this book cos it gives you so many random… Continue reading

Peranakan museum

After our trip to the Art Museum, we walked down the street to the Peranakan Museum. Free admission too! How cool is that! We should visit the museums every National Day:) Though my… Continue reading

Art museum – Art Garden

  We went over the National Day weekend. They were having a contemporary art exhibition for children. The best part: free admission Of all the exhibits, I liked this sand art room the… Continue reading


I can finally pack the mess on my drop-desk… …wash my paintbrushes… …and throw away my disposable Daiso palette… (though I kinda like how the acrylics caked up layer upon layer on each… Continue reading

It’s a gift to be simple…

From sim·plic·i·ty   [sim-plis-i-tee]noun, plural sim·plic·i·ties.1. the state, quality, or an instance of being simple.2. freedom from complexity, intricacy, or division into parts: an organism of great simplicity.3. absence of luxury, pretentiousness, ornament,… Continue reading

Life is not a bed of roses… It’s a garden of happy colors!

Sold on Etsy!

I’m Lagging!!

Yesssss… I didn’t keep to my ambitious resolution to post one item per day… Yes, I’m prepared with lots of ready excuses up my sleeve… Big headache yesterday(it’s true!), folding baby’s clothes the… Continue reading

The old is gone… The new has come!

New blogskin to commemorate the resurrection of this old blog.. Haha

To Be or Not to Be…

Just fiddling around with different iPad apps today… This was done with Sketchbook Pro. Very thankful to my dearest hubby who generously, graciously sponsored a large part of my New iPad! I can… Continue reading

Proverbs 11:25

I’ve learned God doesn’t tell us what our itching ears want to hear… It was one of those days when I badly wanted to hear something like “aww, u poor little darling, come… Continue reading

Slow n easy…

Taking my time to clear away all clutter, reorganize and go on a labeling spree! Hated packing as a kid but over time, I’m finding it therapeutic! Thinking of getting things sorted? Here’s… Continue reading


Hello me! Back after a long, long break from this! Call it maternity leave, personal re-teat or just caught up in sorting out the A-Zs of mommyhood whatever! Think it’s about time I… Continue reading