Sunday, February 26, 2017
Today's post is about food.
This one here is from my Pinterest collection - Potato Roses at Pinterest
Today's post is about food.
I said I will post more often.
But, my more often is not that often.
Another long overdue post here.
This Tree of Life Pendant (TOL) and bracelet is for our dearest primary school English teacher - Mona San Louis.
We have not seen her for like more than 30 years!
But she looks great and beautiful as ever.
I didn't attend the reunion but just managed to get this TOL pendant and bracelet on time, to attend on my behalf.
Wire jewelry has become a trending thing in the modern world due to its uniqueness and one of a kind. Just as the name suggests, it is jewelry that is made of wire which could be steel, copper, silver, gold, brass, etc.
Wire jewelry has been there since time in memorial and it is believed the Egyptians were the first to start this trend around 5000 BC. The trend soon moved to other continents where wire jewelry was used as trading items due to its high value. The trend was however replaced by more valuable jewelry which almost wiped it off. However, it has become popular again and has been very widely accepted and the demand is high.
Charles Tyrwhitt offers more information and gives great discounts and offers.
One of the reasons that this trend is becoming popular is because the material used is very easy to find. Wire is easily available and the tinsel and ornaments can also be found easily. There are so many ideas that you can apply here to be creative. Beads, crystals and precious stones are some of the items that you can use.
The price is also very affordable and economical compared to other jewelry. This is because, as mentioned above, the cost of production is low and hence the selling price. But then again, the price will depend on a number of other factors such as the design, materials used, complexity and so on. These are also very unique, original and unbeatable.
They are normally made out of pure creativity, imagination and the uniqueness is just on its own level. People who understand and value art form the majority of wire jewelry clients. They appreciate the craft, time and energy that goes into this work.
Charles Tyrwhitt sheds more light on this topic and offers great discounts and offers.
Time really flies.
It's been 4 months since my last post.
Many things took place in between but I am not going into details in this post. Maybe some other time.
OK, today's post is about this gemstone Infinity Bracelet.
Actually this bracelet was completed back in July.
Yeah, took me that long to post.
Do excuse the photo quality- its handphone quality pics.
As mentioned before, my camera went "kong" many months already.
Been looking around for a new camera but yet to get a new one.
Hello, long time no see!
July is already coming to an end.
Half of 2016 is gone and it really feels like we are rushing to December.
Hopefully, the next half year would be more productive for you and me.
Meanwhile, here are 3 pairs of studs that I actually get done a while back.
See you soon.
By now, you must be very bored with my cat earrings postings.
Before I bore you some more, here is a bit about the city I live in - Kuching
Kuching City is in the State of Sarawak, Malaysia.
Kuching is a Malay word for Cat, therefore Kuching City is Cat City, literally translated.
There are many theories as to the origin of the City. You can read them here.
Not all are related to cats though.
You must be thinking that we have many cats roaming the city to be called a Cat City.
Not really, but you can find other types of cat all over the city such as this one here.
These green cats are found at a traffic light junction.
There must be over twenty of them watching over the traffic :)
We also have a muzium dedicated to cats - the Kuching Cat Museum.
Don't expect to find live cats here though.
Check out the above link or just google for Kuching Cat Museum to get an idea.
I am still not done with wire wrapped cat earrings.
Hope I am not booooring you with all the kitties:)
This time around, only the head with tiny body.
If you don't know yet, I work almost exclusively with stainless steel wire.
This is 20 gauge round wire.
They are flattened with lots of hammering.