I am happy as well as not-so-happy saying that I am taking a break from crafting and posting about it. Its going to be a long one as I am embarking on a new journey in life…and this new beginning is going to take a lot of me from me..but hey! This is what I’ve been waiting for 🙂
So see you guys in the year to come and sending along a bouquet of good wishes for you all…
Its amazing how grey monsoon clouds bring all the color and happiness on our mother earth and in our hearts.
I am here with my latest creation under the flag of ‘Asasa…you’re the treasure’ – German Silver oxidized Jhumka set.
When I sat down to work on these, it was raining outside and I thought “why not incorporate the essence of monsoon in my piece?” And here I am with this one.
Taking inspiration from the grey monsoon clouds, the base and background for this set of jhumka is of oxidized German silver with a combination of turquoise wooden and seed beads; and its lovely to see how it has turned out.
Yes Yes….I have skipped a month…yet again; but this time did not go in squander 😀
I wanted to make something quirky, fun and vibrant. And yes, it had to be a jewelry. But what? To quench the quirk thirst, I started looking for unusual materials. Though yarn is not that unusual, and is frequently used in jewelries too; well, i tried my hands here; and look…what did I make……
In my last post, I introduced Asasa, the jewelry section of my work. Since then I have been doing nothing but jewelries. Earrings, bracelets, anklets (of which I’ll be sharing images soon); but here this one is the most loved creation of mine (by me :P)
A classic combination of gold and cream in the most ethnic yet contemporary style. Have a look!!