Hello.... hello everyone (my relatives, loyal friends, fans & followers, etc)
Been busy for the past one week
so that explains the lack of updates in my blog.
Since I have nothing to share for the time being,
I would like to take this opportunity to
wish you all a magical festive season filled with loving wishes and beautiful thoughts and may the year 2011 bring tidal wave of love, happiness and bright futures.
MERRY X-MAS & HAPPY NEW YEAR
With warmest regards and God Bless you all.
xxx Emily xxx
I'm back with this newly completed pair of earrings, made with love, passion and patience.
I named it Agatha so that it's easy for me to remember the name and
because it's adorned with
Banded Agate Gemstone 20mm round bead,
Carnelian as well as Swarovski Crystals.
Each gemstone piece is natural, therefore no two pieces are alike.
I've also used Natural Copper Artistic Wire to craft this earring.
Remake of this design is possible with the availability of materials used above.
So.... this is the bracelet I completed and mentioned earlier and is ready to be worn by me =)
Once again, I used Gun Metal Artistic Wire to bring out the colours of the gemstones that I've used to adorn this bracelet. It's a bit of hard work here doing the frames and the netting for the background, and not to mention the amount of wire used but it's worth my time and energy. I so like this very much! And I hope you do, too.
Today is Sunday and I don't have to cook. Just for today, I'll "ta pau" and it's not
that I do this very often though. The children and my nieces are out to watch "Narnia"
and my whole house is like so quite, except for the sound from the tv and
the queen mother (aka my mum) watching the program, C.S.I.
You must be wondering why I am making a repetition of this. Well........ I like the carved flower too much to stash it away ;). Oh... by the way, there's more to come... in the form of a bracelet
which I made for myself.
The focal bead is accompanied by turquoise, carnelian, coral, Czech leave beads as well as onyx.
I've used Gun Metal Artistic Wire and a matching viking knitted rope necklace to go with the pendant.
Thanks for looking!
This piece is oval in shape with netted background using Gun Metal Artistic Wire,
Mookite Gemstone Carved Flower as the focal as well Carnelian, Amethyst,
Turquoise, Coral and Czech leaf-shape glass beads.
The netted background was inspired by
Borneo Queen & Mastura's creations.
This is for sharing......another consignment piece, a round pendant with netted background with Mookite Carved Flower Gemstone bead as the focal with a Viking Knitted rope necklace.
Other smaller gemstone beads was also used to adorn the pendant.
The netted background was inspired by Borneo Queen's
and Mastura's (whimsicalnquirky) pieces.
so kindly please bear with me for the moment.
Thanks for looking!
Okay, so here is couple of pictures of a bracelet I made using the viking knitting technique but instead of leaving it plain and simple, I've added Keishi Pearls as well as multi-colour Swarovski Crystal Bicones to make it more pretty. Going to make a matching short necklace to go with it.
Thanks for looking!
Oh boy!...... I waited for a very, very, very long time to upload these photos. The connection has been very slow for the past two days and I'm having problem uploading pics to my facebook as well. Anyway, here are some photos (which I promised to upload) of earrings I completed as consignment pieces. There are more to come !
Hello...hello... I'm back but still facing the same problem with the function of the keyboard. Couldn't resolve the problem so I could only get the correct alphabets that I wanted when I press the Shift + Ctrl keys simultaneously. I was feeling so frustrated for the past one week or so due to this but nevertheless I was able to complete some wirework projects.
School holidays are here to stay for another month or so until the school term reopens on 3rd January, if am not mistaken. I'm stuck here in Seremban with no where to go.... but it's good, though, I can carry out more wirework crafts. Christmas is another 22 days more to go...... so am sure everyone is busy shopping for gifts for their loved ones. And we'll be ushering in the year 2011 (Year of the Rabbit) right after that. Talking 'bout festivals, the Chinese New Year will also take place, in the first week of February 2011. Can't imagine how fast time flies!!! And it'll be another year for me since starting this jewelry blog.
So.... enough of my ramblings. I'll be updating my blog with some pictures of my pretties that I've completed as consignment pieces.
Until then..... have a nice and enjoyable weekend!
And happy shopping........ everyone.