Came across this place which utilized old tyres as flower pots for hanging plants and flowers. When grouped together, don’t you think that they look unique and nice? This place also does recycling and leftover plants and food are used for fertilizer. It is a good idea to go green. Posted from my mobile
The following ang pau packet designs are quite creative and mostly from companies in Singapore like Fairprice, OUB and OCBC: The one with the dragon was last year’s design. Happy Chinese New Year and Gong Xi Fa Cai to all.
Sometimes when you need inspiration, magazines can help spark some creativity. Example is let’s look at a pink stationery as part of an interesting assortments of colours featured in the December Cleo magazine. The mini pink stationery set was first struck my eyes from the entire page as you see below: But this little cute [...]
We used to make goodie bags in the past for our department on each festive period (Hari Raya, Chinese New Year, Deepavali and Christmas)… well not us but we usually would engage the new staff during their break time to help out. As the goodie bags were for about 200 pax, we had to use [...]
Plastic flowers would be evergreen – the flowers does not wilt and can be kept in display for a long time. There are more and more people who prefer to have plastic flowers than real flowers. If you look at the bouquet below, all the flowers are made from plastic, wrapped with ribbons and placed [...]