An exciting start to the week with a brand new addition to our Ultra Mini range. The Ultra Mini Dianthus Tool. A tool that is not only super easy to use but also produces maximum effect. I like to share this video of the tool below including a sneak preview into the beautiful soon to be launched Magnolia Jelly Tool. Stocks are limited for the Ultra Mini Dianthus, so do remember to head over to our online shop under Ultra Mini Jelly Tools to place your order now!
The highlights of my week ended with a beginner’s course for some lovely ladies in a friend’s lovely home. A break for lunch, accompanied with some delectable fresh oysters, scallops and a glass of bubbly. Oh, and not to worry they still did still learn to create some beautiful jelly pieces which they got to take home.
It was another lovely day of teaching a student who loves baking cakes. There is nothing more rewarding than to see a student’s face beaming with joy from her private beginner’s class. Always ending the day on a high note when her first ever masterpiece is unmould. Nice to also add that she did a very good job as well! Bravo!!
Very honoured to be a part of a charity event raising money for Cancer Council Australia. We managed to raise over $2k via the sale of food that we have made with love. Thanking everyone for their generosity and time to make this event a success. Glad my humble jelly art contributed to this as well.
Hello Everyone! Another exciting news to share! All those living in Singapore. My stockist, Eat Live Love by Cass has officially launched her Shopee Singapore online shop. Shopping is as easy as mouse click now. Stay Safe, Stay Home and get all your lovely jelly tools and crystal clear jelly powder delivered right to your doorstep. Happy Shopping!
Hello,my dear jelly friends! Wishing you all a great weekend.I just wanted to share some great news with all of you. Video recording of Jelly Alchemy’s Intermediate KOI Pond Course is finally completed after 4 gruelling days. By no means an easy task, especially over ZOOM with my production guy (Derek) who is situated in Singapore. Next will be voice-over and I hope to be able to get the course online by the end of June 2021.In the meantime until my next blog post, remember to stay safe guys and girls!
Conducted another successful private beginner’s class at home yesterday. The smile on the student’s face, when she unmoulds her very first piece of 3d Jelly Art. All this, combined with the ability to introduce a totally new skill to another fellow being. I would not choose to do anything else but to share this beautiful journey with all around the world.
It was a tiring but rewarding day at the same time. Flooded with many queries for orders on Jelly Cakes and classes. Indeed a surreal feeling to discover that a video which I was featured in sometime ago had garnered almost 1.8 million views and 10,000 shares in just two days. I would like to say a big thank you for every single one who could not “resist the urge to squish” LOL!!
Officially introducing Jelly Alchemy’s newest stockist in Japan. Meet the talented Ms Asami Watanabe from Conohana Jelly Cake. Based in Sapporo, Hokkaiso, Asami is an avid artist with a flair for creating jelly art pieces that resembles watercolour paintings.
Asami, a hard-working mother of 2, discovered jelly art in early 2020. Although this art is relatively unknown in Japan, she endeavours to spread this beautiful artform to more people in her country. She has now created an interactive DVD tutorial on how to create 3D jelly in Japanese.
In her own words “Hi, I‘m Asami. I love making beautiful things. When I saw Siew Heng Boon‘s 3D jelly, I was shocked (impressed,moved,touched,blown away) by it’s beauty. After that, under the kind warm guidance of Siew Heng Boon and Singaporean jelly artist Cass Chiang, they taught me various things about making 3D jelly, which made making jelly even more fun and rewarding. I am deeply grateful to them and all the people who have delivered warmth to me in various ways.
3D jelly is rarely seen in Japan, but I want more people to smile and be happy with the beautiful world of 3D jelly art. I would be glad if I could help those who want to make 3d jelly”.
Today was a rather fruitful day spent with a private beginner’s student. The day started with lots of chatting as she happens to also be a fellow Malaysian. Despite the weather being gloomy outside, the outcome of this class truly brightened up the day. Mission accomplished! I cannot wait to see the future masterpieces from her.