Happy to have completed the Kumihimo necklace and earrings. The bead caps at the end of the Kumihimo braid and covering the blue crystal in the earrings are inspired by a design by Mabeline Gidez. The blues remind my of Sky and Sea and I am naming it Skye.
I am pleased to announce that I will be donating several jewellery items for the Oaks Day Project for Monash Children’s Hospital. Please buy a ticket for the raffle to contribute to this worthy cause.
Their Facebook page shows the jewellery items that will be auctioned off:
Well, I am really pleased that I have completed my triple spiral necklace with detachable pendant and earrings. I am calling it Palm Fronds on the Beach as it reminds me of early childhood of surf and sand and Casuarina trees in Changi beach, Singapore.
I had a great time volunteering at the Bead Society of Victoria (BSV) on Friday afternoon and Saturday morning at the Bead Show in the BoxHill Town Hall. It was really interesting talking to fellow beaders and those who want to learn. We are all a kindred spirit.
Check out www.thebeadshow.com.au for further venues.
I must admit that I am excited to know that my Facebook page does work.
As a result, I got invited to donate jewellery items to the Oaks Day Bellevue Project Monash Children’s Hospital for their raffle. Really happy to assist and thank your Jody Allatt for her kind contribution to the event.