Today, we are taking a break from discussing jewelry/style to take you on a journey. A journey behind the scenes where all the magic happens! Click on an image to view the slideshow.
The main area. I got this table as a gift and its been wonderful working here. I like to keep cut outs and words of inspiration around my workspace to help me stay focused and motivated. I also use the little whiteboard to keep track of tasks, take quick notes and write down measurements as I work. The whiteboard has been upgraded to a bigger one tho.
My set of color pencils for sketching. I have here, regular pencils and watercolor pencils.
Tools of the trade. These are the very basics and are used to make a variety of jewelry pieces. From very basic pieces to the most intricate designs. My favorite tool here is the yellow plier, which my mum gave me back in 2006. It was my very first tool along side a pair of scissors that belonged to her. These tools have made jewelry pieces that have made their way to different parts of the world.
I like to keep my jewelry displays close by as I work. This way I can test the design as I make it. I get to see how it sits, ensure the length is accurate and get an overall feel of how the piece is going.
Zooming into my tools, bead board and other equipments
Some gold chain, packaging boxes, storage box and tools
peek into the gift box products are mailed in.
Do you have a dedicated workspace? What is it like?