We’re at Common House Jakarta!






I have to say that this adds to another milestone of Linoluna. We have opened a pop-up store at Common House Jakarta since a week ago and we’ll be here for a month (until 11 May 2014). This time Linoluna collaborates with Nagarey and we also source products from some established online brands (e.g Gudily, The Baby Birds, Chic and Darling). A lot of our customers have been asking if we have a physical store where they can come to, see and experience our products in-person, which was why we participated in Bazaar and events a few times now. However, events and bazaars usually take place over the weekend, 3-4 days only. We’re here at Common House for a month to give your more flexibility. So, come and visit us anytime you have chance!

Above are some pictures taken from Manual Jakarta, our media partner. Thank you for all the support, it means so much to us!

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Brunch, shall we?








Yesterday was public holiday and we were happy that it was on Wednesday. We are usually very tied up on weekends that we don’t really have time for just the three of us going out somewhere nice. Since we had nothing much on our schedule, yesterday we decided to have brunch. It was a very good decision to start the day, especially with the fact that mornings around our house are usually overwhelming for this mama; messy house, baby’s crying for food, husband’s asking for this and that. Haha. So, yesterday was a good one.

We went to 1/15 Coffee. This cafe is very close to our apartment, within 5 mins walking (my walking pace is moderate a.k.a not very fast, fyi). This was my third time there, but husband was a first timer. Haha. We are not really into coffee but we liked this place; the ambiance, the food and the interior design. This place got a strong character and taste and we liked it. And more importantly, Abigail liked the french toast. Haha. I think we should do more brunches in the future. Yes, husband?

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Linoluna Booth at the Market & Museum : Retro City







Last weekend we were at Grand Indonesia for the Market & Museum : Retro City. Taking part in trade shows is alwayss overwhelming in our book. The preparation, loading time, unloading time and all, especially that we are just a very very small team. Needless to say, my husband did the most part (he’s actually the brain behind Linoluna). However, seeing people’s enthusiasm and support made us giddy happy. And it’s actually worth every tear and sweat. Haha.

We will try our luck opening a temporary store at Common House Jakarta this coming weekend. We’ll be there for a month time. So, if you happen to be around Panglima Polim, don’t hesitate to drop by! Well, one or two chats won’t hurt. :)

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11, 12, 13 /52


11/52 : I adore her bright eyes. They have so much to tell.


12/52 : Abigail is always on the move; playing and exploring. And I just can’t handle the cuteness of her when she’s serious about something. Oh my little girl.


13/52 : She now likes to bounce on that bunny.>

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DIY: Pom Pom




About a week before Abigail’s birthday, I found myself spending my times on pinterest for too often. I was looking for some easy peasy DIY ideas for Abigail’s birthday decor. I came up with a few ideas and one of them was Pom Pom. It looks like pom pom is no 1 item in any party’s table decoration. All you need are yarns, scissors and circle cardboards. Later I found that using my hands and fingers are actually easier than using cardboards. I found the tutorial from Kelli Murray’s blog. It was my first time visiting her blog and I loved it so much!

It is very easy to make pom pom. However, just one tip for me, you may need to wrap a lot for yarns around the cardboards for a nicer, thicker and fluffier result. Good luck trying! x

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