Posts Tagged: accessories

Little Hearts, Big Love!

Occasionally I have an urge to make jewellery. Usually earrings as they are simple and don’t take up too much silver. Most of you will know that I mostly use metal clay because of the versatility and ease in creating

Little Hearts, Big Love!

Occasionally I have an urge to make jewellery. Usually earrings as they are simple and don’t take up too much silver. Most of you will know that I mostly use metal clay because of the versatility and ease in creating

Form Follows Function

One of the reasons I make the majority of my garments is because I am always paranoid that it will fall apart and if someone else had it, it would be a disaster. That is why I always test it

Form Follows Function

One of the reasons I make the majority of my garments is because I am always paranoid that it will fall apart and if someone else had it, it would be a disaster. That is why I always test it

Pushing The Right Buttons

I realised that I have not been posting a lot of content lately. Mind you, I have been busy making so much stuff that coupled with work, I was finding it a bit difficult to balance everything. Now that I

Pushing The Right Buttons

I realised that I have not been posting a lot of content lately. Mind you, I have been busy making so much stuff that coupled with work, I was finding it a bit difficult to balance everything. Now that I

HE Said, SHE Said!

Je t’aime! Moi? So how did this story start? Well, like everything else that revolves around what I do; boredom. I had really enjoyed painting the shoes and initially was going to do some oil paintings but as I had

HE Said, SHE Said!

Je t’aime! Moi? So how did this story start? Well, like everything else that revolves around what I do; boredom. I had really enjoyed painting the shoes and initially was going to do some oil paintings but as I had

Rousseau’s Tiger

I had always been fascinated by the painting ‘Tiger in a tropical storm/Surprised’ by Henri Rousseau. The painting may look a bit naive but I will always go for a painting that is honest rather than something that is just

Rousseau’s Tiger

I had always been fascinated by the painting ‘Tiger in a tropical storm/Surprised’ by Henri Rousseau. The painting may look a bit naive but I will always go for a painting that is honest rather than something that is just

Bloody Bag!

Curses! Curses! Curses! Bloody bag! Actually curses to me for cutting it so fine. Making this bag has taught me a lesson! Some ideas can be saved for another day but on this occasion, I acted on it and nearly

Bloody Bag!

Curses! Curses! Curses! Bloody bag! Actually curses to me for cutting it so fine. Making this bag has taught me a lesson! Some ideas can be saved for another day but on this occasion, I acted on it and nearly

Fig Rings

There is this amazing fig tree on my way to the train station. Although the fruits are not edible, the leaves fill the air with an unmistakable scent of figs. The huge leaves also remind me of a frog’s foot.

Fig Rings

There is this amazing fig tree on my way to the train station. Although the fruits are not edible, the leaves fill the air with an unmistakable scent of figs. The huge leaves also remind me of a frog’s foot.