Friday, December 24, 2010
Saturday, December 4, 2010
Finally i did it..Yay..But there are flaws here and there that i need to improvise. I do not posses a small cabochon to practice with, so i used this x large Labradorite as the focal stone (i love Labradorite so much !). As it was my first attempt, i used a brass sheets as the back plate as i do not want to sacrifice my silver sheet yet. It turn out that the stone fitted well to the bezel as i did not needed to adjust the bezel wall at all..Huhu..Here are some interesting things that i throughout the process :-
1. I used an old torch that i need to blow the air by pressing the air bellow using my feet while controlling the torch (with flame) with my hand and i must it is so cool to use this traditional torch.
2. I learned how to use the saw and i did not broke the saw blade at all, maybe because i'm using the Knew Concept Saw. I will try the traditional later on to see the difference.
3. I missed to solder some spots between the bezel wall and the brass back plate as i rushed while doing it.
It is fun to learn new skills and i will try to master these (bezel set, saw, filing etc) before going to the next level, that is prong setting.
Wednesday, December 1, 2010
beading.my) and my favorite design is the Purple Eden Earrings that was finely crafted from brass, copper and silver with rare cut amethyst rondelles.
Tuesday, November 30, 2010
whimsicalnquirky) that i adore so much though i twist the design differently.
These are the pieces that Kat from beadingpassion designed for bazaars that we joined. I re photograph her Amber Glow necklace for better view. She loves making the U shape hoops that had been inspired by me. I will list all her art pieces in my Etsy shop soon. So, ladies (and guys too) if you're interested to buy these fabulous pieces do check it out here emikaz.etsy.com .