Eyebrow Microblading Course Experience with Phibrows Sydney

It has been exactly 6 months since I did my eyebrow microblading course at Phibrows Sydney which was held on September 9 & 10, 2018 under the guidance and expertise of Caroline (Master of Phibrows). Oh my! 6 months into it and loving it <3.

Okay, so I was grateful that I chose Phibrows Sydney to be honest as this is something that I knew I was going to do and pursue and it always helps to pray about something for direction. And so I decided to enrol at Phibrows Sydney πŸ™‚ they have a great reputation when it comes to eyebrow microblading course and they have been in the business for quite a long time now. In terms of training cost, tip for you to save money is to pay upfront. So the 2 day course training in total was $4950, I have deposited $1500 and have emailed if I can get discount on the remaining payment and they offer 10% off if I pay cash on the remaining $3450, to which I did and save $345. Also included is the microblading Kit down below which is so good <3. You can find more information regarding training and dates at https://www.phibrowsydney.com

The course is a 2 days Training to which the first day was all about information regarding Eyebrow Microblading and practicing on latex. We were also task to watch live videos available on Phi App where we register and had full access as a student on the night after the first day in preparation for the next day. On the second day we get to practice on a live model. The master will perform the procedure initially and we took over in performing the procedure. I have my very good friend Isabel that came with me as a model on the day and was grateful for her ❀

I have to mention that Phibrows Sydney has provided us with real great food on those 2 days so no hustle just all goodness πŸ™‚

So after 2 days I get a Certificate of Attendance, Yay! πŸ™‚ Although after this was the one I was grateful for at the same time a lil bit nerve wracking is the levels that I needed to pass before I get my certificate and be inscribed as a Phibrows Artist that is recognised around the world, how cool :). I will talk more about the different levels that I need to pass perhaps in my next blog so wait for it and subscribe πŸ™‚

Here I am after 2 days of Training at Phibrows Sydney.

To be exact, at this time of writing I have done 43 clients, have gotten my payment for training back and more. Ah God is awesome! and of course I am now a proud Phibrows Artist and have received my Phibrows Unique logo down below and an example of one of my works as a Microblading Artist ❀

To follow my work or wanted to make a booking please follow my instagram @kreativkris_browbeauty. Overall I have enjoyed my training at Phibrows Sydney, a lot of hardwork and passion is needed so if you are only keen on getting money for it, please do re-think it as it cost a lot of money. Thank you for reading and if you have a question, comment down below or direct message me ❀

DIY Denim Jacket Embroidery

Denim jacket is a fashion staple that is easy to wear, pair it with slip on dress, shorts, pants, whatever have you πŸ˜‰

I just couldn’t resist putting my shop name on it (you can check out here – kreativKris Etsy Shop)Β and thought of embroidering it, and show you a guide through on how I’ve done it ❀FullSizeRender 177


Gather all the things needed :

  • Your Denim Jacket (Ive got a Levi’s one – its timeless πŸ˜‰
  • DMC Embroidery thread
  • Needle
  • Embroidery hoop
  • Scissors
  • Utility Cutter (to cut out inside of letters)
  • A fabric pen to trace out the cut out letters


I have printed the kreativKris for this project using Mac Word and font name is SignPainter. You will need to adjust the size to fit in your jacket as shown below and cut it all out.

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Using a fabric pen I have traced out the cut out letters on the denim jacket.

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Secure the embroidery hoops and get stitching! πŸ™‚

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Stitch in and out following the traced cut out letters and you’re done and dusted!




Personalised File Organiser DIY


I have been looking for a file organiser that I could personalise according to size, style, and enough slot to put my important papers in but I had difficulty looking for one so my DIY ideas to the rescue! πŸ™‚

This is so cheap to make! And heres what you’re going to need:

  • Scissors
  • Ruler
  • Glue Stick (It has to be glue sick, so the cardboard is even out when gluing the cardboard paper)
  • Electrical tape (colour of your choice)
  • Masking tape
  • Recycled Cardboard box (cut into size 13″x9″)
  • Cardboard Paper (cut into size 13″x9″) – any colour of your choice πŸ™‚

I have cut the recycled cardboard box and cardboard paper as shown below;



Important: In gluing the cardboard paper to the recycled cardboard box, only use glue stick so the paper will even out on the recycled cardboard box, shown below;


I have used an electrical tape to secure the edges of the cardboard and add some design to it πŸ˜‰


Now the exciting part…. Personalising your File organiser! πŸ™‚ You can write whatever you want or probably Β use a colourful cardboard paper of your choice;



You will now make the accordion for both sides, I have cut a cardboard paper 30cm x 22.5cm and had it divided and lined by 1.5cm using a scissors to score the paper.


It should look like this;


Now, to connect the accordion on both sides, I use a masking tape on each side to secure the accordion;



Do the above on both sides and it should look like this;


I have also put the electrical tape on the side just to secure the accordion in place;


Now you will cut a few cardboard paper for the divider depending on how much you need for the specific file you want.


and that is it! πŸ™‚ Your personalised file organiser, you well organised person πŸ˜‰


I hope this helps and inspire you, Show me what you’ve done with yours in the comment below πŸ™‚


That Awesome Feeling to Serve in our Mission Trip to the Philippines, April 2017

I can’t believe it all happened! It was just last year I was telling my handsome cutest hubby that I wanted to do a mission trip, and has been included in my prayers and God made it all happened! πŸ™‚

We all have that longing to serve, and to help, (Yea you do!) simply because we are all created in the image of God, and God wants to help you if you want to be helped and believe in Him thats what He said in John 3:18,

Β Whoever believes in him is not condemned, but whoever does not believe stands condemned already because they have not believed in the name of God’s one and only Son ❀

I don’t know where to start how to tell you but the photos uploaded will help me tell the story :).

First of all I have to tell you that this Mission Trip Β was “fun fulfilling hard-work”. We’ve organised a POP-up Shop, shown below my handwritten awesome quotes sold in the pop-up-shop and all the stuff some of my friends and church has donated.

And the SHE (Strong Highly Favoured and Empowered) Walk for a Cause love in Action.

And of course thankful to my spiritual Nanay and Tatay together with their daughter Fideliz who orchestrated and has the heart to serve and started helping unfortunate children and community in the Philippines also here in Australia.

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Sharing you videos and photos from Mission Trip πŸ™‚

Showing you the highlight of our Mission trip the,mass wedding, all expense paid by the fundraising, Nanay Betty, Tatay Teo and Baylife Church.


I just couldn’t thank God enough for this magical experience that He made to happen, something that I will treasure all my life. One of my favourite question I ask myself is “Is there not a cause???” I know we all have different goals and wants in life but start with asking yourself that question when you’re up to doing something, have a cause in all that you do and I pray that in all that you do let it all be done in Love <3.

DIY Light Box



I just love it when I do it on my own, personalise it and do it how I wanted it πŸ™‚ You probably do to! This Light Box is just a piece you would want to have at home. It sets your mood and reminds you big time how you go by the day and night! Ill show you how πŸ™‚

What you will need

  • Wood Panel cut into A4 size (Bunnings will cut this for you for free )
  • Quill plastic board (From office works or art shop)
  • Perspex or frosted glass (bought on eBay)
  • Alphabet stickers
  • Copper wire fairy light
  • Foil
  • Scissors
  • Plastic folder (for letter backing)
  • PVA wood glue

How to make

I bought this Wood Panel at Bunnings and had it cut in A4 size plus the sides which is 9cm wide (for free! πŸ™‚ Connect each sides with a PVA wood glue wait until dry.


When it is all dried up and connected together, I used the quill plastic board and cut it to fit on the side of the now wood box to seal the edges as shown below.



As you can see I glued a foil around the box for better lighting then stick the copper wire fairy light on each sides of the wood box.


I have cut another quill plastic board just enough length same as the frosted glass as shown below.


For the letter insert I bought this vinyl stickers at an art shop they come cheap and bough a plastic folder at officeworks and cut them to size that fits on the lightbox.


And voila!!!!! here you go cheap and beautiful deco for your home sweet home πŸ™‚fullsizerender-113




DIY Paper Leaf and Flower Garland

fullsizerender-100fullsizerender-102Here again to help you out create an easy DIY paper leaf and flowers to add beauty on your occasion coming up! πŸ™‚ Its so easy and cheap I bet you can’t wait to do this one yourself, so grab all the things you need and lets get creating!

Materials Needed:

  • Scissors
  • Tissue paper (got mine from Coles about 99 cents)
  • Any green paper of your choice (so long as it is thin)
  • Sewing machine (to sew the leaf together)
  • Leaf Template (get itΒ here)

Making the Paper Leaf

  1. Trace the template to the green paper and cut it out.
  2. Sew the Paper Leaf in an alternate way or criss cross for a natural look.
  3. Sew until you reach your desired length and your all done! πŸ™‚

Making the Tissue Leaf

As shown below, once you’ve done all three steps, its important that you need to make pleats when rolling the tissue for it to bloom! Cheap and easy ❀


At home sweet home decoration ❀

In here you will see the garland being used on the cross to add beauty, and me as an emcee on a SHE (strong, highly-favoured,empowered) movement conference, November, 2016



How to Cut Out Letters out of a Foam Board


So I did this project for an event booth at church and I wanted to show you how I made it πŸ™‚ I have been doing projects like this when I was in primary, dit it as well in my high school years and for church deco on special events and occasions, so let me show you how to easily, well makes it easier for you to cut it out from a foam board, here i will show you from choosing the letter or your word that you need to cut out and the choice of cheap materials that you can get ;). Lets begin ei??

What You Will Need:

  • Utility knife/cutter small size (I use 9mm size Scotch Utility Knife)
  • A4 Glittered Card (bought from a dollar shop- $2.99/ 3 sheets)
  • Foam board
  • Print out letter of what you want to cut out (or hand-write it like I did)
  • Glue
  • Scissors


Begin to hand-write the letters that you will need to cut out on a piece of paper, then cut it out.


After cutting it out, put the cut out letters on reverse as shown below to your choice of paper where its gonna show on your finished project. I have placed it in a way to save more space and maximise the use of the paper of your choice as shown below.


When you finish tracing the letters on reverse to paper of your choice, cut it all out then use glue to firmly place it on the foam board as shown below.


This is where it gets tricky a little bit but not to worry, when its all nice in place and glued start cutting out the letters using the utility knife. The round edges are the hard bit, but the technique is to cut in straight strokes multiple times as shown below to cut out an even result when you take out the excess.


Some part of the cut out letters would not easily come off so what I do is I cut it from the back follow the already cut lines to fully cut all out the letters from the foam board. I also use a magazine at the bottom of the foam board to easily cut it out πŸ˜‰


And the result??? I think it’s amazing! Amazing in a way that I or you (when you do yours soon πŸ˜‰ get to help out on a project that gives an additional bling or statement to an event booth or special occasions! Have fun creating!

Love, Kristine ❀