Flood Map

This one from google works : http://www.google.org/crisismap?crisis=thailand_floods_en  , in English. I usually check the “Bangkok risk areas and water barriers”, then go crazy. ( Links on my front page doesn’t show . Please click… Continue reading

Free e-book : A Guide to Surviving the Flood

Think Beyond Publishing and illustrator Khun Monman have created an illustrated info-guide free for download. This easy-to-follow guide will show the reader the fundamentals, from flood attires, safety precautions to even creating a… Continue reading

Thai Flood – Traffic/Evacuation Center/Car Park Map

There is a map where you can check the traffic, if the road is still usable by car over here. There is a function for evacuation centers, and available car park areas. However the… Continue reading

When Floods Happen : DIY a Life Vest

The below DIY is from The Bureau of Non Communicable Disease. Seriously, in some places , like Ayudhaya, water rose up to the second floor. Here is how to make a life vest… Continue reading

How do you … and DIY Flood Prevention

How do you get ready for something like this ? The blue area is the flood water which have to flow down into the Gulf of Thailand… and there, right in its path,… Continue reading

Tomato envy

Today’s post will be on the ‘garden’ category. I’ve been trying to grow veggies on my balcony with mixed success. I wish the above tomato plant is mine, but it belongs to my… Continue reading

Kawaii Goodness : NaniBirds

Free paper toy downloads by various artists 🙂

DIY : A Pretty Scrunchie

A pictorial diy. Watch the slide show 🙂 ( click “continue reading” below ) **Note : On Step 2, sew the long sides leaving 2 cms unsewn on both ends. If you sew… Continue reading

How to sew a tote bag

I thought I’ll show the steps to make the tote bag in my last post … in miniature size. 1. This will be the outside fabric and the inner bag fabric. Place them with… Continue reading

DIY : A Linen Tote Bag and the Granny Bag Pattern

First of, here’s the pattern for the granny bag. You can download the .pdf file by clicking on the thumbnail below.  Then, print on A4 paper, increase or decrease the size as you… Continue reading

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