Saturday, October 27, 2007
Thursday, October 25, 2007
I was on a big spending trip today and guess what ?! I did not even leave my apartment .... All i did was sitting in front of my beloved imac and scrolled through the Etsy handmade website and found all this beautiful beads! I did not even show all the beads that i got from there.........
I am so happy......(the australian dollar is on record high and i just took advantage of it....)
The African beads are from Kenya via Beads4you
The BHG Spangled discs--Summer linens from bluhealer
The Glass Gypsy - Guys do listen (8) , Borosilicate (Boro) Lampwork Beads from Glass Gypsy
The Red Coral Flattened Ovals from Lilly's Bead Boxy
Sunday, October 21, 2007
It looks great on both man and woman.
The school holiday is over. I finally got sometimes to sit down on my bench and work on this desert motif cuff! It has been sitting in my head for a long time and i am really happy the way it turns out!
It forms part of my desert motif series which includes the desert motif ring and the desert motif pendant.
The desert motif series is about the memory of one's journey through the wilderness.
I like to wear them with my other bangle pieces and together they make a great sound!
Posted by SilverMonk at 5:40 AM
Thursday, October 11, 2007
It might look like one of Gabriel's toys but in fact it is a sustainable car ! What I like about it is its cool form, very pleasing to the eye. Who say you can't look all beautiful and be responsible to the enviroment at the same time!
It is not just a bucket that you see here, but a bucket full of sunlight collected during the day. What a noble idea! ( how come i didn't think of it?) It is a solar powered energy bucket . Love the colour.
And, yes ! I will have my market gig as usually at Kirribilli Art and Design Market this Sunday. Come and have a chat if you are in Sydney !
Posted by SilverMonk at 8:58 PM
Monday, October 08, 2007
It's been the second week of the school holidays. Young Gabriel's been busy having a quality time with his Lego toys, flying them around and making up stoys and conversations as he went! The first week just glided through without a trace. We went to see one of the free aerial acrobatics performance in the new Carriageworks space and that was cool, we both enjoyed it.
And of couse the big event is his Birthday party in the Park on the weekend. ( we rescheduled due to his winter flu) I baked the chacolate brownie birthday cake in between the air breaks of the Wallabies quarter final against England in the Rugby Wrold Cup.......
We lost in the end, but the chacolate brownie was a sucess and the party went on....
A bigs thanks for all his friends for making the day special and of course all the presents that he received!