Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Ramadhan Kareem

The holy month of Ramadhan 2017 is nearly at its end. Let’s celebrate the last week with betterness and all the good things. Here are some of my work decor I designed throughout Ramadhan together with a fun charity workshop dreamesh holds every year. I surely hope your Ramadhan was as special as mine!

QnB
Watercolor print backdrop with green ethnic dreamesh poufs for QnB's Ramadhan gathering at QnB Indonesia Tower.


Hijup Ramadhan Festival
Lime green and off-white table settings for Hijup Ramadhan Festival at The Hall Senayan City.


Vanilla Royal Breakfasting 2017

Rose Gold themed decor and tabel settings for Vanilla Royal Ramadan Iftar at Gran Mahakam Hotel.


Siku

Green and gold mediterranean style decor for Siku Dharmawangsa Ramadhan gathering. 


 

dreamesh ngabuburit
We decorated cupcakes with cream and sprinkles to eat right after breaking our fast.

POSTED BY AMESH AND SHEILA
 

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

eid hampers by dreamesh LIVING



They're back! dreamesh LIVING eid hampers are available for 450IDR consisting of:
1. Pouf  45cm diameter and 15cm height
2. Photo Frame Tray 30x40cm
3. Tissue Pouch 35x20cm
4. Head Praying Mat 30x40cm

Contact us here for your purchase!

Thursday, June 8, 2017

Gift Ideas

It surely is the month to be looking for Eid hamper ideas or gifts to give out as we are approaching the end of school years.  Whatever gift you have in mind, make sure it’s something special, just like some of dreamesh goodies and souvenirs we have created over the years. Below are some of our goodies along with wrapping ideas for your gift inspiration!

Sarongs


Custom Gym Bags & Lunch Bags




 
Pretty Pouches



Custom Printed Poufs

Interested to get yours made for you? We are open for orders! Just drop a line here!


Sunday, May 28, 2017

DREAMESH TABLE SETTINGS

A little can go a long way with table settings when playing a theme of an event. It has always been a pleasure when decorating table settings for various events, because I get to explore and play with the theme and colors. Here are a few of the table settings I managed to pull together during this year. Thank you to all the clients who put trust in my work. I can’t be grateful enough!

Rose Gold Party for @uchie_bazar’s 35th birthday
Location: Jittlada, the Breeze BSD City



Blogger Gathering for @lottechocopie
Location: Taman Kajoe



A Chinoiserie themed 60th Birthday Luncheon


Gold and Flowers Birathday Decoration for @puspa_kira
Location: Lot 9 Bintaro



Hawaiian themed Farewell for the Graduates of @sekolahtunasindonesia
Location: Aryaduta Lippo Village & Aryaduta Country Club



Orange and Blue Table or @lazada
Location: Lazada 4th gen Warehouse
















POSTED BY AMESH AND SHEILA

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

DIY: Animal Face Origami

When Chevron asked me to participate at their workshop in reducing environmental footprint, I helped how I could and that was to throw a DIY workshop, of course!



In line to the theme, we invited children to join the workshop to make origami elephant and tiger face characters using nothing but recycled paper like newspaper, magazine paper, and cardboard. Here’s how to make yours!
What you need:
Recycled paper, marker, and glue.

How to make:
ELEPHANT FACE

1.    Cut your piece of paper into 15cm x 15cm
2.    Fold diagonally into a triangle, crease and unfold.
3.    Fold the top tip down where both the diagonals meet. Fold the bottom tip up a little.
4.    Fold both flaps to the center shaping ears of the elephant.
5.    Now, fold both top flaps out diagonally to form ears.
6.    Flip the paper over, draw eyes and your elephant face is done!

TIGER FACE
1.    Cut your piece of paper into 15cm x 15cm
2.    Fold diagonally into a triangle and crease.
3.    Fold it again in the middle and unfold.
4.    Fold each corner upwards to make the ears.
5.    Flip over and there you have your tiger face.
6.    Don’t forget to draw its eyes, nose and whiskers!
















POSTED BY AMESH AND SHEILA



Thursday, December 29, 2016

Christmas 2016

Although the date has past, I still think of the end of the year as a season to be merry and jolly. Meaning, you can still leave your Xmas decorations up and add some if you wish. Here are some of the Christmas decorations I prepared last week.

Bank Victoria's Xmas Photobooth



Xmas Photobooth

Meaya's Christmas themed Birthday Lunch
 

Wishing you had a happy X-mas and enjoyed your time with the family!

Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Flamingo Party

It was a tropical day at Raikira’s party that afternoon. The birthday girl that turned one celebrated with pink flamingos and pretty hanging tissue paper decorations. Oh check out that marble cake frosting. It’s awesome!

The split leaves also worked great to enhance that tropical theme, don’t you think? Below is the tutorial for those paper tissue rosettes while you can see the tutorial for my honeycombs here (link).

DIY Tissue Paper Rosettes

What you need:
Tissue paper, scissors, stapler

How to make:
1.    For one rosette, you will need 4 sheets of tissue paper. Start with two sheets of tissue paper on top of the other and start folding them approximately 2 cm upwards and under starting from the bottom part.
2.    When all folded and forms a long piece, fold in half
3.    Cut the edges shaping a petal
4.    Stapler the bottom part and open the fan. Stapler the outer petal edges together to shape a half of a circle.
5.    Repeat to shape another half circle and then stapler the outer petals together to form a round fan. Done!
6.    Don’t forget to attach some string if you want to hang it in your room or over your door.


POSTED BY AMESH AND SHEILA

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