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The Art of Towel Folding From Carnival Cruise Ships

Posted by editor On March - 20 - 2009

A dog in resting position

An elephant                                 Mother and Baby Seals

I just got back from the Mexico weekender cruise by Carnival. I remembered I had so much fun while I join the origami towel session (lesson to make stuff animal from folding towels – above pictures are my own creation). Yes the Cruise Ships stewards actually do this as a customary to greet their guests, so each night their guest came back to their cabin they had folded towels into neat animals. Won’t it be fun to treat guests coming to your place with these stuff animal towels? especially for if you’re thinking of making event this Easter season – it surely can be a good part of Easter’s gathering activity.

Watch how to do it here:

here are couple more stuff animals made by others:

source: hubpages.com



scrapblog is bringing the art of scrap-booking available online (digital scrapbooking). Now you don’t have to be afraid of loosing your scrapbook, it’s online! The good thing about it is it can be view from everywhere with the ease of not having to carry around even a pound of weight with you. Also you can show it off to just about anybody you are willing to share it with, how fun?


Above is an example I found of someone doing scrap-booking in scrapblog.com of their newborn baby.
I think it’s done in such a lovely way. well scrapbook lovers out there should try doing this. It’s free, no shopping hassle, and good thing is it’s easily accessible – free – for everyone.


I love their features such as those stickers and tools you usually have when you ensemble a real scrap book. they have many of styles and designs. here’s what their editing screen look like:


Give it a try on your spare time, This is quite a lovely family activity especially if you have small children around =)

source: scrapblog.com


Hermes – Craft your own Kelly bag

Posted by editor On May - 13 - 2008

hermes kellyI didn’t know Hermes has a cute side to it. I can finally afford to have my own kelly bag te-hee, although it is not made of a real leather it’s a very cute paper bag. It certainly worth the time to make it, cuz it’s an enjoyment! More about it in purseblog.com.com, thank you vlad for the info. Give it a try for yourself at Hermes US.




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