Posted by Jennilyn Cañeta | 3:35 AM

“Paramore,”  a  renowned band from  Franklin, Tennessee was started in 2004. My  favorite Hayley Williams is the lead vocalist. The guitarist is Taylor York and the bassist is Jeremy Davis. It was in 2005 when the group released its debut album called “All We Know is Falling.” The next Album “Riot!” was released in 2007. The 3rd album “Brand New Eyes,” is one of the band’s highest charting albums. The fourt album, “Paramore” hits the number 1 spot on the US’s billboard charts.Amazingly, it had been the top album in UK, Argentina, Mexico , New Zealand, Brazil, Ireland and Australia.

Like their page here.. PARAMORE.
Listen to them HERE.

“All Time Low,” a pop punk band formed in 2003, is from the suburb of Baltimore, Towson, Maryland.
The band is composed of the rhythm guitarist and lead vocalist Alex Gaskarth, the backing vocalist and lead guitarist Jack Barakat, the backing vocalist and bassist Zack Merrick, and finally the drummer Rian Dawson. The name of the band is derived from the lyrics of New Found Glory’s song “Head on Collision.” The band has released a live album, 2 extended plays and four albums.

My favorite song of them is "REMEMBERING SUNDAY." from the album “So Wrong, It’s Right.”

In 2002, the Amercan rock band "Flyleaf” is established in Temple and Belton, Texas regions. The band has been part of the charts on genres Christian metal, Christian rock and mainstream rock.  “Flyleaf,” thir eponymous album made them perform in 2002  around US. One million copies have been sold which made it gone platinum. On December 24, 2007 they were dubbed  MTV’s artist of the year. In March 2006, they became the band of the month of Yahoo’s Who’s next winning one of’s online poll.

You can create several arrows and arrowheads with the use of Adobe Illustrator. The Illustrator is a vast graphical software which you can explore to do your customized arrows.The methods below can give you choices of arrows you may want to include in your art:

Using Shapes and Pathfinder tool
Using the Stroke Panel
Using Brushes
Using Symbols

Using Shapes and Pathfinder tool:

The Pathfinder tool could be a big help on creating your arrows with the use of shapes. Below is an example using two basic shapes.

1. Create a Rectangle (M) and a triangle. A triangle can be created using the star tool or the polygon tool.

Click on the polygon tool or star tool,  Click on the artboard once then a dialog box will appear. Enter 3 in the sides or points textbox.

2. Make the two shapes slightly overlap each other.

3.  Press Shift and click on the two shapes then go to the Pathfinder Panel (Go to Window>Pathfinder or Ctrl+Shift+F9). Click onthe Unite button.

4. Now the two shapes have combined.  You can use this technique on any shape you wish to create.

Using the Stroke Panel :

In this part we will add arrowheads and tail to a single line.

1. Create a single curved or straight line using the pen tool(P) or the Line Segment tool(\).
2. Select the line and open the Stroke Panel. Hover to Window and choose Stroke (Ctrl+F10).
3. Go to the "Arrowhead" section and select the arrowhead and tails you desire.

Using Brushes:

1. Hover to Window and choose Brushes (F5) .
2. Click the fly-out menu, select Open brush library then Arrows.

3. Select which of the three arrow libraries(Pattern Arrows, Arrows_Standard or Arrows_Special) you desire. These are the arrow libraries available in Cs6 Illustrator.
4. By using the Paintbrush tool (B), you can paint your own arrow from the arrow libraries. Go ahead and try the different ways available.

Using Symbols:

1. To use the Illustrator's preset symbols, Go to Window and select Symbols to open the Symbols panel (Shift+Control+F11).
2. Open the Symbols panel's fly-out menu, hover to "Open Symbol Library" and click on the "Arrows" Library.
3. Then drag and drop the arrow you selected into the artboard.

Now I'm ready to showcase my own visual arts.. I've drawn these the previous years.and I'm bursting with excitement on this.
In the first drawing, I have drawn the fairytale princesses. Fairy tale enthusiasts may have known them so well. I love fairytales when I was a child. I love the inspirational and moral lessons brought by the stories.

I've drawn them fist using my pencil and traced them when my ball pen..Then colored them with paint.

This 2nd drawing is based from the "Muses of Zeus," the one I saw on a newspaper. I made my own version.
This last drawing derives from my own idea. I've used the concept of the four elements: Earth, Wimd, Fire and Water.

Creating your own blog is an exciting and impelling task. You may do it as a hobby or part time. Blogger is a blogging software for one or several users.Google hosts it at the subdomain It has a user-friendly way of showcasing an individual's own creative ideas, personal matters or anything one desires to convey.
Note: Make sure you signed up for a Google account. Create a Google account or use your google account.

1. Go to "" sign in.
2. On the Blogger Dashboard, Click on "New Blog" button.

3. The Create a Blog dialog box will appear. Think of a title and address for your blog. Make sure to choose unique ones. Click "Create blog" button.
4. Click the orange "Pencil" button. Now you're ready to create new posts.
5. You can publish the post immediately by clicking the "Publish" button or Save it as a draft at first by clicking the "Save button"

1. In your Dashboard, Click the downward button near the "View blog" button.

2. Choose "Template".
3. Click the "Backup/Restore" gray button.
4. Click the button "Download full Template".
5. Select the area on where you want to place the xml file.
6. Then Save.


1. Repeat steps 1 to 3.
2. Click the "Choose File" button
3. Navigate to and select your .xml backup file.
4. Click "Upload" .

1. Preheat oven to 350F. Line and grease a cookie sheet or a swiss roll tin with wax paper or any greaseproof paper.

2. Separate eggs. You can refer to this HOW TO SEPARATE AN EGG WHITE FROM YOLK or this How To Separate Egg Whites. I prefer separating them by hand

3. Combine sifted flour and cocoa. Sift again then set aside.

4. Beat the egg yolks and sugar until a creamy and thick consistency is achieved. Add in the flour mixture.

5. Using another bowl, beat the salt with the egg whites until stiff peaks are formed. Carefully add the egg whites to the batter. Mix with the wooden spoon for 150 strokes.

6. Transfer the mixture into the tin and spread evenly and smoothen the top.

7. Bake for 15 minutes. Take it out from the oven and inverse the cake on a greaseproof/wax paper sprinkled with sugar.

8. Take off the upper wax paper and spread the cake evenly with you favorite jam. I've used an orange marmalade jam for this for this.

9. Gently roll up the cake using the greaseproof or the left wax paper.


Posted by Jhaycee | 4:47 AM

Being attracted to this cute rolled sponge cake, I made one for our family's dessert. By the way, the filling on the picture isn't visible cause I used a light colored pineapple jam. Hehe..

This is a recipe from TESDA.

1 c. + 2 T. Cake flour
1/4 c. water
1/2 c. white sugar
1 tsp. baking powder
4 egg yoks

4 egg whites
1/4 c. Sugar(white sugar)
1 tsp. Cream of tartar

Flour mixture:
1. Sift flour and baking powder for three times.
2. Make a well in the center of the mixture. Add sequentially egg yolks, the water and lastly the sugar. Mix with a wooden spoon for 150 strokes or until it gains a smooth texture.

Create the Meringue:
3. Combine egg white and cream of tartar in a non-greased large bowl. Beat until foamy. While beating, gradually add sugar until stiff but not dry peaks are obtained.

Combine the Flour mixture with the Meringue:
4. Pour the flour mixture
into streams over the meringue's surface. Cut and fold gently while turning the bowl around to blend well.
5. Line a jelly roll pan/baking sheet w/ wax paper and pour the mixture into it. Bake for 45-60 minutes in a preheated 350 F oven until toothpick inserted at the center has few crumbs or comes out clean.
6. Sprinkle a clean dish towel with sugar. Turn out the baked cake on the towel and take off the wax paper.
7. Spread the cake with enough of your favorite jam. Roll up gently using the towel.

In case, no jam is available, you can use this filling recipe:
3/4 c. Evaporated milk
3/4 c. Sugar
1 bar butter

Soften the butter and gradually pour in the sugar while mixing. Slowly add the milk until the sugar is mixed properly with the butter.

If you dont want to use a dish towel, you can dust the wax paper in step 5 with sugar
before pouring in the cake mixture. Bake. Without turning the cake over, spread it with your jam and roll.

Yey! that's all. Seems like I'm gradually improving my baking skills. However, I am becoming forgetful that I haven't placed the cream of tartar on the egg whites at the right time. Well this is my downside on baking. Hehe.. I must improve my memory.