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Favorite Instagram Feed Part 4

Another week has passed quickly and the 3rd quarter of the year is coming to an end soon. I can’t believe how time flies!

No wonder my son Ethan has been busy writing & filling up his Christmas wishlist last weekend! *laugh* I was telling him isn’t it a tad too early for that but I didn’t realise it’s already September.

I think I’m going to start making my wishlist soon too. Oh yes, I have a long list as always but I need to narrow them down to maybe 4-5 items on the final list. Well, a girl could always dream right? 😀

Anyway, while dreaming of my Chirstmas wishlist, here’s another week of Instagram feed that I discovered. As always, I love these Instagramers and their amazing talent and photos!

Source: From left to right, 1st row – @cpham_ @blackpigment @confettis @uvevita  2nd row – @nicole_franzen @heltenkelt @jencausey @bonnietsang  3rd row – @kayolgr @jeremiahhagler @jmeelin @romana21s  4th row – @amandajanejones @mariebee @alozor @lifelovepaper

I hope you’ll have fun browsing through their images and maybe add them to your list of favorite Instagramers.  🙂

Last week was great for me and my family too. Ethan had a week of school break, my folks came down to visit and spoilt the boy rotten, we went out for a nice family dinner at our favorite restaurant, we went to the Forest Adventure with my girfriend and my god daughters (the kids had a great time, apart from the mosquito bites! 🙂 ), we hang out at home a little and Ethan and I went out on our own to Chinatown for a walk and shopping. And of course I took lots of nice pictures and posted them on Instagram. 😀

Oh, I’d like to share some polaroid images I took over the weekend at Chinatown when I was out with Ethan. They turned out great when taken outdoor. There was enough natural light to prevent the flash from firing off.


So, if you’re considering to get an Instax Mini polaroid camera, it’s worth an investment in my personal opinion. It’s really fun to play with and really easy to use. You just need time to familiarise with it. 🙂

By the way, I have another vintage polaroid camera to show you in the next week or so. I’ve managed to bid one successfully on eBay and it’s on its way to Singapore. I can’t wait for it to reach me! At the mean time, I’ll be looking around for more polaroid films to play with. 😉

Have a fabulous week ahead!

  • Ann6September 17, 2012 - 7:24 am

    You may be interested on this
    as I understand you have a passion for polaroids, check it out.


  • FindingnanaSeptember 19, 2012 - 10:47 pm

    Hi Ann,
    Thanks so much for the link!

  • Ann6September 22, 2012 - 2:39 am

    I just got my Cameo machine, where or how did you learn how to use it? Seems that you are cutting peaces very effectively.
    Thanks for sharing. Ann

  • FindingnanaSeptember 22, 2012 - 10:42 pm

    Hi Ann,
    Congratulations on becoming the new proud owner of a Cameo! 🙂
    I learnt cutting it by watching Silhouette’s start up video. I’ve had a few trial & error when i first started, so after learning the rope of the settings, I’m now able to use the machine effectively. You can see my post here when I first use my Cameo.
    On another note, you may like to check out Jessica Sprague’s online class on Silhouette, Getting To Know You. It’s very useful and I learnt quite a bit from this class. Hope you’ll get used to the machine soon. Make sure you watch Cameo’s video which comes in a CD.

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