Tuesday, 24 June 2014


Hi Everyone

I'm happy to share all my loom creations with you, all the below Loom pictures were made by me :)  I have so many more loom ideas, its so addictive im loving this Loom trend I hope it never ends. 

Guess what guys!! I received my first coverage today on loombandtastic facebook page, they are giving me 5,000 free Loom bands. Check out their page: www.loombandtastic.com
I'm so happy and excited. My first project with Loombandtastic  is to create 20 ‘Loom Bumble Bees’ for the Whitecross Street Festival (19th-20th July) exciting J
Loombantastic offer free workshops every Sunday at St Luke's Community Centre, 90 Central Street EC1V 8AJ, this Sunday, 

between 12-3pm

My first Facebook Coverage :) check it out guys

Doll tied to a Link Chain 

Inverted Fishtail

Link chain

Link Chain

Link Chain

Link Chain

Flower Ring

Strawberry Charm tied to a Starburst


Saturday, 21 June 2014


Hey ya'll unfortunetely I coulden't give you a tutorial by myself but here is a really good one. It is quite cool to do it on forks so Im sharing this with you, (This video taught me). I will also give you more links of how to make other rainbow looms on forks. 

ps. (I know it sounds wierd to do it on forks but it works :) )

                                     Flower ring Tutorial


                               Starburst Tutorial

Link chain tutorial

                                Inverted Fishtail Tutorial


                                         Escalator tutorial

                                                    Strawberry Charm Tutorial



ps. the escalator one is definetly for more advanced people.

Guys you should check out this cool web site which offer's Loom events in London and workshops www.loombandtastic.com  I will be attending their workshops on sunday's plus a few events. 

I hope you all enjoy your bracelets and hopefully I will give you guys a tutorial made by me soon. But for now, thats a goodbye. :) :) please follow i would really appreciate it.:)

Sunday, 8 June 2014


Hi everyone today I will be talking about 'Sister Sister' which was a popular American sitcom in the 90’s. This programme is about 2 very humorous identical twins called Tia and Tamera. The fashion in this programme was sooo funky I love the way people dressed in the 90’s especially teenagers. I will tell you about some clothes that in my analysis are very eye catching.

Season 5 episode 1:

Extra info- Tacky means worst clothes.Quirky means stylish.

Topic:Tia and Tamera tried to win a 
'Dress Tacky' Contest for a date with a celebrity. 

Criticism: They look more quirky than tacky.

What they could of worn instead:

*Old, ripped clothes that were too small for them.

Here are some clothes I like really from Zara.co.uk

Here is a dress from Zara.
This is tremendous bag that ya'll can carry
with your things inside. I think it is awesome!

Here is a nice red leather jacket from Zara.

'Sister Sister'

Topic: It's Tia and Tamera's 15th birthday.Ray,has organised for them to stay at a hotel and travel there in a limousine. Here is a photo that I like because what they are wearing is stunning

If you like Fashion then here is a game that teaches you about it and you have to dress up your models and stuff. Next week on Fashiontalk I will talk about the fashion on Cosby Show. Bye for now


Thursday, 5 June 2014


Hi everyone I'm back for more.

 Check out this video, its a Black History film which is especially good for little children-

Dance moms

I don't know about ya'll but I love Dance Moms and wish I could be in it.

Here are the recent dances for Dance Moms-

Yummy Dessert

Here is a Nutella dessert that my mum makes, it only takes about 20 minutes to make and trust me they are delicious! If you are a big fan of Nutella you will love these ....

Nutella French Toast Rolls with Cinnamon Sugar
from Lick That Spoon
  • 10 slices of white bread (we used Private Selection Sugarhouse Maple Streusel bread - yum!)
  • 10 teaspoons of nutella
  • 1 large egg
  • 1 and 1/2 tablespoon milk
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 1 tablespoon ground cinnamon
  • butter, for frying
Remove the crusts from the slices of bread. Discard the crusts. Or eat them because that Maple Streusel bread is delish).

Roll each slice of bread with a rolling pin. Spread each slice of flattened bread with one teaspoon of nutella, spreading on one side of the bread to the length of the bread. Roll the bread up tightly, sealing shut with a dab of nutella. 

In a bowl, whisk the egg and milk until combined. 

In a shallow dish, combine the sugar and cinnamon and mix well.

Heat some butter in a skillet. Dip each roll in the egg mixture until coated, then placing in the hot skillet. Lightly fry until golden brown all over, then roll in the cinnamon sugar mixture. Serve immediately.

Thanks for reading everyone, remember to take a look at ArtTalk because I have the instructions of how to make really cool bracelets. But for now, thats a goodbye!