I was tagged by @rikka-alethea in her beautiful set here http://www.polyvore.com/could_really_use_wish_right/set?id=85778965
1. How did you find out about Polyvore?
I found it after googling "how to wear pastel jeans"
2. What's your fave type of sets to make? Fashion, art, edits?
Fashion, for sure. I love the beauty sets, but not sure how I'm going to top my last one....
3. Who is your fave member on Polyvore whose
sets you just go gaga over?
Too many people's to count. But I really look forward to seeing sets done by @rikka-alethea, @chiara-s, @mariekc, and @agneselace come up on my "following" page! I draw a lot of inspiration from these lovelies!
4. Paste the link of your fiiiirst ever! (Painful, but we promise not to laugh!) :P
Please don't judge... http://www.polyvore.com/main_objective/set?id=57329742
5. Have you ever had a TOP SET?
Yes, I consider myself very lucky every time I am chosen.
6. Tell us one fact about yourself that we never knew ;)
I love to draw and paint. Not fashion sketches as I am terrible at human shapes, but give me some scenery or something and I'm fine! I also love avocados and hate macadamia nuts with a passion. My parents grow both on their property but mum added the macadamia nuts to everything and now I can't even think about them!
7. What's number 1 on your "life" wish list?
Finally building up the courage to start my blog. It's taken a lot longer than I thought and I think being judged and criticized is what is holding me back. That and setting up the online shop I want to go with it...
8. Whats number uno on your Polyvore wish list? (Paste link- pretty please!)
Don't even have to think about this one: Givenchy Iconic boots http://www.polyvore.com/givenchy_shark_lock_leather_wedge/thing?id=72382760
9. Whats the last book you read?
"The Return of the King" by J RR Tolkien, currently reading "The Great Gatsby" before I go see the movie
10. How many sets have you published?
400+ I haven't been back to count...
11. How many languages do you speak?
English and Indonesian
Now I tag (only if you want to):