Friday, 30 March 2012

Thursday, 29 March 2012

Kevin Rudd Petition!

Hey guys and gals! Just a quick blog for any Kevin Rudd fans or 'Ruddites' out there :) A petition has been started to try and get Kevin Rudd reinstated as the leader of the Australian Labor Party (ALP), which I believe will help the ALP win the next election thus protecting us all from the mad monk Tony Abbott and his homophobic, sexist, racist etc views which I'm sure he will force on us all (bleh!). So if you want to sign the petition you can do so by following this link!

Tuesday, 27 March 2012

Chance to win a free iPad 2! And raise awareness for a great charity - Generation One!

GenerationOne is an Australian movement that aims to end Indigenous disparity in one Generation. To help our 230,000 supporters around the country stay in touch, we've just launched the GenerationOne iPhone, iPad and Android apps - and to celebrate we're giving you and 3 friends the chance to win a brand new iPad2 each!

To enter, simply click on this link:

and add your details, and invite at least 3 friends NOT currently supporters of GenerationOne. Every team of 4 will be entered into a draw, and one team will win brand new iPads for every member!

The competition is for Australian residents and is free to enter, and you can win a free iPad 2! What have you go to lose!

Wednesday, 21 March 2012

Kawaii, cute little flower earrings ^_^

New earrings up for sale in my Etsy store! They're hypoallergenic and super comfy (I made an extra pair for myself hee hee!) Each pair costs $4.50 :) Plus I have a 10% off sale at the moment!

Check em out here!


Tuesday, 20 March 2012

Kawaii Blue and Purple Shooting Star Headband!

This lovely headband is the perfect gift for any little girl who loves space, stars or blue and purple! It is wrapped in deep purple grosgrain ribbon and has a resin heart as the centrepiece which is filled with a mixture of resin dye and shimmering glitter! In the middle is a beautiful shooting star! On either side are adorable baby blue and white polka dot bows.

This headband has been lovingly handcrafted using purple grosgrain ribbon, ice resin, white resin dye, blue glitter, shimmer stickers, fabric bows, double sided tape, hot glue and a white plastic headband. 

All ribbon ends have been heat sealed to prevent fraying.

Headband width: 7mm
Resin Heart width: 3.5 cm
Polka dot bow length: 3cm

Thursday, 15 March 2012

New kawaii decoden goodies!

Couldn't sleep last night so I stayed up and made some more decoden boxes, these ones are super cute and have six mini compartments inside for storing treasures!

The first one I went with a vague pink and green theme because I think pink and green always look fab together :) And I love the big sparkly Hello Kitty bow! Definitely going to order some more of those, they're super cute and shiny ^_^

The second one I just wanted cute fun pastel-ish colours! Mostly pink, purple and yellow (all happy colours! yay!) I used a purple Hello Kitty bow this time because I was out of sparkly ones lol. But I think the purple bow is still super cute! ^_^

Thursday, 8 March 2012

Vote for women’s rights in Egypt - Amnesty International Australia

Egyptian women were instrumental in overthrowing the repressive regime of President Hosni Mubarak in early 2011. Hopes were raised that women could start to enjoy equal rights with men - as long documented on paper in Egypt's Constitutions.
Yet these hopes have not been fulfilled. Recent video footage has captured the Egyptian military's brutal assault of a female protester who was dragged, clothes stripped back to show her underwear, beaten and kicked until she appeared unconscious - raising even more concerns of systematic discrimination and violence against women in Egypt.
Women are still being largely excluded from taking part in shaping their country's future. Their full and equal participation must be allowed as national elections continue into 2012.Women must be on an equal footing with men as the country enters a new era.

Send an email to Egyptian Prime Minister Kamal al-Ganzouri, calling on him to ensure that:

  • Human rights, non-discrimination and equality are at the heart of reforms
  • Women can vote and run for public office without facing restrictions, harassment or coercion
  • Women can play an active role in forming government policy and reforms.

  • Letters can be sent by post to:
    Prime Minister Kamal al-Ganzouri
    Magles El Shaab St.
    Kasr Al Aini St.
You can send a message online to Kamal al-Ganzouri here: