It’s been a while since I post on the blog.
Below is one of the reasons: Leanne Stamatellos Photography.
I met Leanne through my fulltime job.
Leanne has always inspired me with her dedication to achieve perfection in everything she does.
I am proud to say I participated in her branding and web/blog design.
For someone who has always just design random manga html websites as a hobby, I have learned a lot through this experience.
This is the first ever time that I actually go through the process of purchasing webhosting service (for Leanne).
This is the first time I actually made a contact form on the website that actually worked (I was VERY excited as you can imagine).
This is the first time I put music on a website (Addicted to the songs Leanne picked now…).
This is also the first time I started learning website constructing using Flash/Flash Catalyst (still not finished at this point I am afraid).
Here’s the website: http://www.leannestamatellos.com.au/
Oh and here is me hiding in the corner of the blog…
As titled, this is what it looks like 11 hours later.
Glad to know my puzzle power has not diminished.
Yes. I went and bought another one.
This one is painted by the same artist, same rich, vibrant colours.
And I found 2 cats in this one!
The countdown begins! (20101207)
After 3 days off the puzzle, I have finally completed it on 20101207, 11pm.
Just to prove I am not wandering around like a *^* on my day off…
I have been preparing the 2011 calendars for the house.
This is the first set that’s finished (being the easiest one). This one is used in my bedroom to record Lucy-related items – vaccination, shower, litter tray, Revolution, and weight.
I am hoping to finish the my bookshelf calendar this coming weekend, and maybe the Fridge Calendar next week…?
My brother’s X’Mas present has unlocked my Puzzle Fever…
I stumbled across this particular series of puzzles in Borders GCY, and decided to put my $20 gift voucher to good use XD!
I totally fell in love with this series’ vibrant colour, and of course, the charllenge of “World’s Smallest 1000 Piece Puzzle”. (And I found 4 cats in the picture!)
As you can see in the photo, the puzzle is indeed very small - the completed puzzle will be 29.7 x 40cm in size.
I plan to collect the other ones in the series so I can have a feature wall of them XD!