Hey there my fellow humans!
I am back again :)
I'm here to share you experience on making my own jewelry for the very first time!
So, I was at this store called Shannta.
It's at Bangkok Art and Culture Center (BACC.), it's on the third floor.
So their stuffs are all handmade from 99.9% silver.
I was witnessing the craftsman making it too, it was super detailed and incredible.
And of course, I got a chance to make my own!
I decided to go for a pair of earrings since I own too many rings already and honestly, I did not have one single idea for necklace..
I've been gone from designing things for so long,
need to get my heads stimulated!
And I just got this new knowledge that silver can actually be in form of clay...
That clay that I was working on is actually silver..
It stunned me a minute too and after they explained how it works that way I've decided to shut my head down since I completely not capable of understand that level of science..
pardon my cultural/film studies student, ex- fine art student status.
I am so not go along with that field of education.. Lol
And for the design,
I went for a Taurus and a Gemini sign since it's my signs..
Seriously, I am actually both of this and I don't even care if it's possible hahaha
I have this similar design necklace from Urban Outfitters too
so I think it would be nice to have it as earrings too :)
Awhile I was waiting for my earrings to be baked and become a harden silver,
I got introduced to this new design ring!
It's an idea develop from Japanese Origami paper
How cool, its actually look exactly like a folded paper in a bird shape
Here we gooooo
My earrings came out and it's super pretty!
Simple and easy design just like what I would wear out daily.
I personally think simple design is nice, you can just grab it and make it add on any kind of outfit in any kind of day and it says something about you as well! :)
So if any of you guys interested in making your own too you can check out their sites here
Facebook/Instagram: Shannta Official
And I'll see you guys later in the next traveling/lifestyle post!
Have a great weekend my loves :) xx
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