About

“Stilarin” isn’t my real name, it’s an abbreviation of my full name 😉

Some of my interests are:

  • Crafting (sewing, knitting, making accessories, 3D cards, etc)
  • Asian Cosmetics
  • Japanese Fashion
  • Jazz Music (all the other genre too, but jazz always capture my heart)
  • Anything Cute

Mostly I write about all pretty and cute things, my thoughts, reviews, things I enjoy, my tutorial (I’m a newbie though, so excuse me for making mistakes here & there ^_^”)

And..English is not my first/native language, so I’m sorry if you found any grammatical or spelling error in this blog. I don’t mind getting revised, though! Just tell me which part is wrong, strange, or else..I’d like to learn :D.

Hope you enjoy reading my blog 🙂

If you need to contact me, email me at: stilarin (at) gmail (dot) com

3 Responses to “About”

  1. Sartenada April 12, 2012 at 8:39 am #

    You are writing in excellent English, no problems. I am Writing in English, Spanish and French although I Speak Finnish. I saw that like crafting. That’s great. Maybe You might be interested what kind “crafts” we do in Finland.

    Beads as hobby

    Finnish quilts

    Enjoy and happy blogging!

    • stilarin April 12, 2012 at 10:12 am #

      I’m so relieved if foreigners understand my English..
      The beaded bracelet is great! So is the quiling exhibition..I’ve never made quilling but I’m interested though 🙂
      And you speak 4 languages, what a talent! 😀 happy blogging to you too..

      • Sartenada April 12, 2012 at 11:53 am #

        Oh, I have answer to You.

        Finland has two official languages: Finnish and Swedish. In our school system we have to learn them both. I can speak and understand Swedish, but not so enough that You could write in it in my blog. The same thing is valid for German. I can speak it a little, understand it when on travel, but to speak it thoroughly, deeply, it is not to me. Spanish I learnt when I worked 4½ months in Spain, on Canary Islands. I have been on Italian and Portuguese courses. Italian and Portuguese are easy to understand when looking at written text, but I do not speak them, even after being on short course. They are very similar to Spanish and French.

        Finland is so small country that we have to learn many languages. Normally in school we learn Swedish and English, Other languages are “additional” and thus not obligatory. Anyway many select German or French as I did in my school. My wife “beats” me, because she speaks Russian also.

        My English is not perfect, no not at all. I am very glad that You have visited my blog. Although I say it myself, it is the best photo blog presenting Finland. Thank You once more Your lovely comment.

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