Friday, December 31, 2010

New Year Sale!

Hello dearies.

It's already 2011 and our new year sale officially start now!

Get 10% discount for every purchase more than RM 50.

*Terms & Condition apply.
Valid at My Glass Cubicle shop only. So come to our shop which is located at Lot 33G, Jalan Medan 2, Bukit Indah,
Ampang, Kuala Lumpur.
Offer is good for purchases made in between
01/01/2011 until 11/01/2011.
So hurry up!

Patron & Maison.

P/S: Happy New Year 2011!

Wednesday, December 29, 2010

We let you read our diary!

Hello dearies,
Get current updates on what we are up to and which spots we hit at our

Patron & Maison.

Secret Garden Collection teaser Vol. 1

For only RM 20 per pair,
make your mini
walk happily
in these booties.

Patron & Maison.

Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Monday, December 27, 2010

Come and dance in our Secret Garden...

Shh...slowly step in.
Don't wake up the fairies.
Come, come and dance secret garden this is.

These precious.
These treasure.
They are all for you.

Shh...slowly step in.
Don't wake up the fairies.
Come, come and dance secret garden this is.

Patron & Maison.

Saturday, October 30, 2010

Picture Perfect

What is perfect?

Come and have fun with us at Kids Buzzar 6 & 7 November @ 102-104 Jalan Maarof, Bangsar.

Help us to define perfect. :)

Saturday, August 7, 2010

Femme City - Smocking Course, Arts & Crafts

I captured some of the happy moments at the smocking introduction course at KLCC. I must say I was shock that my journey with Arts & Crafts Guild so far has been exciting and I met so many wonderful people. They are just the people who I need to be around with. Inspiring and supportive of my "war".

p/s: Aunt Aishah, I touch up sket my face. It was pimple week. :)

Tuesday, July 20, 2010


This time, i take a 'nature friendly' approach in my photo shoot. It turns out the green does help making those crochet stuff looks good. The booties were hung just outside my residing apartment, many times those booties did not stay on the branch and rolled down the steep "hill". I had to to butt down to get those booties back and place them on the branch again! Finally we had the shoot that we wanted.

The cardigan was not straight forward shot either. Excited, when I thought we had the right tree, I grabbed the branch to hang this cute little cardigan just to find those branches are protected by many little thorns. D'oh!

All in all those experiences taught me not to take things for granted. The trees made me realize nothing comes easy, but the photo shoot totally worth the trouble. :)

Sunday, July 18, 2010

Innocent beauty

Aneesha nailed this photo shoot with grace

look at the smile, breathtaking!

My last visit to Hartamas, brought me to a relative's house and we decided to do a photo shoot there. (Since the head of the family also is into photography)

I do not remember much of my teenage-hood but I heard it is a challenge. I do not know what to expect having my own teenage girl later in life but I guess looking at this pretty young thing, I remember fun, laughter, experimental and cool friends. Sometimes, kids can be inspiring too!

I let Aneesha tried on my PetitPosh! collection for teenager while her mother was making jam for the pineapple tart. Eventually we were served with pineapple tart with hot tea! I would say, my oh my, I never had anything better than this (in pineapple tart category). And I do not exaggerate it. While am blogging, I could still picture the sensation of popping those tarts in my mouth followed by a cup of tea! And the images run through my head again and again.

Special thanks to Aneesha's mom for her hospitality and most scrumptious, own recipe tart and her blog: is gorgeous too!

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Smocking Class from RM35

Oh my God! Can't describe how disappointed I was to find out the water mark converter stamped on the important part of my flyers. My first time using flyers template by Word Document. It looked ok on the screen initially, however when I was about to get it printed , ... horrible!

The picture was very blurry and umh! It does not stop me from posting it here though. Between coughing, sneezing and "sok-sek"ing I guess I just should be happy with the result of my effort today. Come tomorrow, I might find a better solution.

Sunday, July 11, 2010

Craft Party, this weekend!

I just got back from my 'kampung' where I grew up and I came to realise that I am not so much different now, I am the same person as I was back then. It feels good once in a while I am in touch with my root again. Am glad that this weekend, I did just that! Go back to my root.

Back in KL, as I was just resting and blogging (blogging is my way of resting), I got this email about the Craft Party organised by a friend of mine. She has been in craft as long as she could remember. One of her friend from her schooling days described her the creative one and always decorate stuff. For RM30, there will be a cupcake + 1 drink provided. That is how far as I could extract the information with my tired eyes and body. It is a party anyway, it ought to be fun.

More info @

Sunday, July 4, 2010

Gorgeous gals wearing PetitPosh!

This cute little princess is 7 and loving her smocking top embroided with her name Sarah

The little sister, Nisa as embroided on the dress is 4 and a professional kid-model, according to her.
How cute is that?

Rival & besties, they have each other for everything; argument, good times, ups and downs

My line of clothing is called PetitPosh!. I will do dresses and traditional apparels like kurung and kebaya and soon everything will be put into place. Hopefully it will not be for long, I will have my own space to express my passion for arts & fashion. Am using mostly cottons but look forward to silk and chiffon in the future.

Tell me, how do you like the top and the dress?

Saturday, July 3, 2010

Featured in the STAR

Been featured in The Star today:

now that just remind me to go back choosing cotton and sample stage. *sigh*

I am too nervous for all this. *pressure*

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

The finished product!

These kurung are now available for sale. At this moment I only have collection for ages 2, 4 and 6. For selection of cotton, I will upload the fabric pictures soon or drop by at store: 
Lot 33G, Jalan Medan 2, 
Taman Bukit Indah, Ampang

Price ranges from RM80 - RM 220 depending on fabrics and sizes.

This collection is suitable for special occasions, Aidil Fitri and for bridesmaids.

Tell me what you think. 

Monday, June 21, 2010

Behind the scene of Femme City Exhibition

(from left: Norlie, Felicia, Jane, Yati, Abby & Me)
The picture was taken by Norlie's dear husband and credit to sekocienorlie

Arghhh.... this is probably so history already. In between losing my phone and Urbanscapes 2010 at KLPac, I just cannot get my hands and my head to share with you my first profesional photoshoot at The Star. Yes dear! So Jakun of me.

I owe this opportunity to Jane Khoo (, the President of The Arts & Crafts Guild, KL & Selangor. Since I am new to this craft network, she kindly swap her slot to my demonstration so I can promote my craft at The Femme City Craft Demonstration at "THE VENUE", KL Convention Centre:

FRI 30/7/10

1-3pm : STONE PAINTING by Abby Zain -
4-6pm : JIGSAW PHOTO FRAME by Felicia Loh -

SAT 31/7/10

1-3pm : FELT CRAFT by Norliza Samington -
4-6pm : WIRE ART JEWELLERY by Yati Salem -

SUN 1/8/10

1-3pm : PAPER BEADING by Ling Ooi -
4-6pm : SMOCKING by Nirwana Tuan Sariff -

Well, I hope you guys can come to support the show. I will tell you a bit more about the planned demo for my slot soon! I am still deciding which cotton should I use for the show.

Sunday, June 13, 2010

Pleat it and smock it!

I learned smocking 4 years ago to distract myself after having a stillborn, in my first pregnancy. I tried hard pretending that it did not affect me, so I did things that I think would take my mind off silly thoughts, and questions like what if I did not do, and I did that .... sigh.

However, it was four years ago. During my denial depressing years, yes many (and I mean many, many, many) pleating needles have I broken. Many cotton have I pleated and not smock it.

This year is different though, my second child is my new inspiration. I find comfort in her laughter, and I find joy in her mischief. Back in my mind I still wonder, wouldn't it be great if she had a big sister?

This year I take my time to smock the pleated cotton turn them into dresses for toddlers and teenagers.Pleated remnants into hair bands. I just got to admit pleating & smocking will be the psychiatric worst competition. (err...just kidding, lol :))