The Ferris Wheel Press Brush Fountain Pen

I think I just found my new favorite fountain pen! This is the Brush Fountain Pen from Ferris Wheel Press, a stationery lifestyle brand where the whimsical sights, sounds and nostalgia of the carnival dance with the rat-tat-tat of a traditional print shop. You know I love fountain pens, so I was thrilled when they invited me to join their new campaign, “Fall In Love With Writing Again.”

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Safety Pin Stickers Available in Three Colors

Finally! A new sticker release! I'm very excited about these three new items that just went up in my Etsy store. A lovely viewer on my YouTube channel suggested safety pin stickers months ago, and I finally got around to taking a photo, editing it, and making it look like it was pinning something down! Just like my binder clip stickers, these are printed onto clear sticker paper so that it looks realistic.

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Eat Drink Make! Back To Our Roots

Last night was the Eat Drink Make event that I co-hosted with Itha Cao of The Hungry Cao and Jasmine Cho of Yummyholic! In honor of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, Itha, Jasmine and I went "back to our roots" by serving authentic Chinese cuisine featuring root vegetables, giving a voice to AAPI issues, and teaching brush calligraphy with Tombow Fudenosuke brush pens.

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Free Mini Envelope Templates

I love using small envelopes in my art journals. Not only are they super cute, they can also be functional! When I get letters from friends that are too large to fit, I fold them up and put it in an envelope. When I get a post-it note from my hubbie that's so sweet, but would clash horribly with my layout, I put it in an envelope. You could use them to press flowers, hold business cards, ticket stubs, and other momentos. If you're interested in making your own small envelopes, I offer a free printable template in this post.

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Youth Invasion 2018: Stay Woke

Taking a break from my usual journaling content to show you a glimpse of the special exhibit I was a part of at Youth Invasion, a massive teen takeover event at The Andy Warhol Museum. I was super excited that I was able to contribute to the gallery via large, hand-lettered protest signs which doubled as an interactive piece.

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