I'm a mother of 2 little angels & a wife of a very generous husband. I'm a full-time auditor. But I also a blogger, crafter and illustrator at the same time.
A little bit of me:
I was born in a small city at the north plain of Java island. I’ve grown up there and it will always be the only place I call home. I'm currently live in Jakarta, Indonesia. I graduated with a degree in accounting, and for almost 7 years, I worked an auditor (in a common term). When I'm not working, I'm honing my skills as an illustrator, blogger and crafter.
I started to make my first website on Yahoo! geocities at early 2000's. I started my first blog at 2003-2004. I started my geocities website as a place to share my artworks (read more about my blogging journey here). I was used to draw illustrations and mangas as a hobby, which started to be (almost) serious when I was in high school. But over time, I didn't have more time for it. And I started to ignore that artistic side of me. I was preparing for graduating the college and planning at my marriage at the same time. And after those all passed, I soon was expecting my first baby. And went to my first office after the baby was born. And like a circle, my life was looping around babies. I got pregnant again and had a second delivery at the end of 2008. I've been in five different offices (I've been moved, not fired ^_^ read more about it here)
Two years had passed and I felt that something had missed from my life. Crafty blogs were on the hype at 2009-2010. I was itched. So I started this blog at May 20, 2010. I was confused at first time. I threw all kinds of content into the mix. I wrote about this and that and changed my blog layout here and there without a clear vision on how should I brand my blog. Then in 2011, I stumbled across at Tabitha Emma's work and I was stunned. She had a great and unique sense of art. Tabitha did a blog redesign for me at early 2011. I was flaterred. Blogging and crafting started to win a special place in my heart, alongside with art, design, and japanese manga
Since becoming a mother in 2006, I always been a full-time worker. It was even like an obligation. And it is still an obligation. But now I don't want to abandon my creative side. No more. I'm trying to venture into the role of a freelancer. I love working in bringing ideas to life.
You can browse through my portfolio to see more of my recent works. If you would like to work with me, have a question, or would just like to say hello, you can email me at dewi[dot]csari[at]gmail[dot]com. I am available for a select amount of custom work and collaborations.