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Pardon my ignorance back then, it's new to me, that babies love to pull, snatch and grasp things as they discover what their hands can do, and often the victim is their Mom. My nephew yanked my earrings as and when he want (sometimes I forgot to remove them before I approach the baby), I had to beg him to release me! Hoops are the worst accessories, too, unless you enjoy punishments.
So yes, we are expecting our first little one next month, and I STILL want to be accessorized - and I know many Moms too, therefore, for someone who had not been producing making any wire jewelry, I took out my toolbox again and made this pair of stud earrings. I know I would be totally busy with my little one soon enough, and of hand I have two stud earrings designs yet to be materialized.
So what?s the solution if you still want to accessorize? Studs ? the classic, a must-have in the earring world. Because they fasten on tight to your earlobe, a baby?s hands aren?t as likely to grab them so easily.
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Born and raised in the bustling suburb of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, I graduated from my adopted home of Melbourne, Australia, with a Bachelor’s Degree in Computing. Starting with basic jewellery craft ...
Born and raised in the bustling suburb of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, I graduated from my adopted home of Melbourne, Australia, with a Bachelor’s Degree in Computing. Starting with basic jewellery craft in 2007, I quickly moved on to wire jewellery two weeks later and was instantly hooked. Thinking of a way to innovate, I realized that the art of Chinese Knot/Knotting would introduce a certain je ne sais quoi to my creations, and thus began my fascination and passion for creation in this style and medium.
Amongst the encouragement that accompanied my first tutorial though, there were some who felt that i should be writing tutorials in my mother tongue, on the narrow minded pretext of there being a glut of tutorials for the English speaking audience.
I believe art should live naturally and be expressed as freely as breathing, which is why I continue to write and design as much as I can, in as many languages as I can. Today I am presenting Handmade Wire Jewelry here in and from Malaysia, majoring in Wired Chinese Knot/Knotted Jewelry series. Wires taught me to be humble, and I give a short prayer of thanks each time they survive my designs.