Date Joined: February 28, 2018
Last Online: March 18, 2018
I'm a Singaporean girl (still young enough to be called a girl, I hope?) who loves sewing, bullet journalling and all kinds of crafty projects. I'm quite new to snail mailing but have already exchanged a few letters as of now.
I loved getting happy mails in the letter box and getting to know my pen pals. When I was a student, my friends and I would often write letters to each other even though we see each other everyday in class. We don't actually send the letters though - we just pass it to each other in class! Hahahahaha, weird, I know.
Ok, I've gotta be honest there. The craft projects I do usually involve things that I can find at home (like magazines, printing my own pictures, and scrap fabrics, since I, you know, sew). I don't buy things like stickers or washi tapes. Sometimes I just use a pen and paper, so I don't know what I can offer here on swap-bot, but I'll make sure to send what's required in the swaps! Even if it means I have to go and buy craft items. (and hey, maybe it'll open the door to a whole new crafting world!)
If you're reading my profile to find out what I would like to get in swaps, I'll just give you a little tip - my bullet journal has a black and white theme, so, any nice black and white crafty items are welcomed!!! But of course, you don't have to stick to the theme :)))) Surprise me. Oh! And I do use stamps too, hint hint!
Washi Tape Samples
Acrylic Stamps/Stamped Images
Unique Paper Craft Supplies
any perishable items like food and drinks (tea included. I know people usually send tea but... I'm just really not a tea person! :P unless you REALLY want me to try a flavour, then by all means, send it. just make sure that I'll like it, ok?)
I WATCH A LOT OF KOREAN/JAPANESE/CHINESE DRAMAS! So much that I won't want to list them down and bore you! But here are some genres that I LOVE.
and I super love Korean/Chinese variety shows too!!! My fave right now is Crime Scene (Korean) and Who's The Murderer (Chinese). They both actually have the same format - a murder scene for participants to solve - just one in Korean and the other in Chinese. I think you can tell by now I really like mysteries!
Again, more detective novels! I also love the Harry Potter series, but it's been a while since I read them. Currently reading more Chinese novels in an attempt to improve my Mother Tongue - not sure if it's helping but wuxia novels are really really interesting!!