Jinitya Basarah

Jinitya Basarah

Blushes, hearts, the color pink, clouds in a blue sky and sweet creamy desserts are some of my interests
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The Most Powerful Way to Respond When Your Kid Gives Up

The Most Powerful Way to Respond When Your Kid Gives Up

Fashion snap,Harajyuku

Fashion snap,Harajyuku

Daft and compact Japanese garden with Shoji Screens perfect for the contemporary home

Daft and compact Japanese garden with Shoji Screens perfect for the contemporary home

Beautiful Japanese garden path in Portland's Japanese Garden // Great Gardens & Ideas //

Beautiful Japanese garden path in Portland's Japanese Garden // Great Gardens & Ideas //

Japanese garden with water feature. So tranquil, and perfect for a smaller garden space!

Japanese garden with water feature. So tranquil, and perfect for a smaller garden space!

Bread Pudding II Allrecipes.com. I mixed some of this recipe, with some of the other recipe for bread pudding on my board, along with some of my own substitutions/additions/tweaking... So good!

Bread Pudding II Allrecipes.com. I mixed some of this recipe, with some of the other recipe for bread pudding on my board, along with some of my own substitutions/additions/tweaking... So good!

New Bread Pudding

New Bread Pudding

Preschool Activity Pages: Practice Using Scissors

Preschool Activity Pages: Practice Using Scissors

This DIY Play Snow was the hit of our summertime Disney Frozen Party, It's so easy to make, felt just like snow and we have all the directions right here.

This DIY Play Snow was the hit of our summertime Disney Frozen Party, It's so easy to make, felt just like snow and we have all the directions right here.

Four elements of Japanese gardens Each item in a Japanese garden, whether it's a full yard or just the corner of one, is deliberately planned and placed to create a serene feeling conducive to meditation. Most Japanese gardens use four elements: stones, plants, color and water. See the next slides for ideas on incorporating these elements into a garden.

Four elements of Japanese gardens Each item in a Japanese garden, whether it's a full yard or just the corner of one, is deliberately planned and placed to create a serene feeling conducive to meditation. Most Japanese gardens use four elements: stones, plants, color and water. See the next slides for ideas on incorporating these elements into a garden.