Today is the last day of year 2014, this year has been more than awesome. I am so grateful that my handmade jewelry store has hit the milestone of one year anniversary. It has been a busy year with my job to take care, keeping my Crisp of Life's blog running and also coming up lotsa lotsa new jewelry designs.
This year, I have extended my beads hunt from local stores to outside the country. It was a fruitful findings and I cant wait to create more delicate jewelries with that to share with you all.
Thank you so much for your support and likes of my jewelry. Besides my passion, your support has been my motivation to design.
Now, let us flash back what Shirleen Jeweliciouss has came through in this year.
A simple logo is designed, with maroon and grey as the basic colors. Came out with the slogan: "Trust your Taste, accessorize your style."
First pop up store at Inti College while the second at Project Occupy Beach Street.
I took the chance to have my pop up stall on Project Occupy Beach Street to join the fun few months back. It is a weekly Sunday morning event happens from 7am till 1pm, where there is lotsa activities to join and stalls to shop. This is the second time I get to meet up my customers and have much closer approach instead of through the internet. It was so much fun that I wish to have more pop up stall event again in future. Hopefully my times allow.
Thanks to mystery man who spent his time to accompany me and took so much great street photos. Thus, this post is created to share the fun we had on that day. Enjoy~
Coming up some street photos mystery man has took.
The happening moments on beach street
See you again~
My little crafting studio has been fully set up and brought into used for almost 2 months now. Only now, I gained the time to share them with you all. I guess it wasn't too late right? The decoration was very minimalist as I love to keep my working station simple and clean.
Here is the zoom-out on the overview, combining my PC station with my crafting station, but I am going to focus on my crafting station here.
On the right side, I have requested the cabinet to be sectioned with glass divider, exuding the jewelry store display ambiance.
Next, I would be revealing what I have inside my drawers.
First drawer, I kept those frequently used items here: findings and craft wires.
Second drawe: cords, ribbons, chains and small beads.
Third, would be glues and packaging materials for shipping,.
The forth drawer which also the last, I kept big envelopes for bulk orders, and GDex, Ta-Q-Bin envelopes for Zalora's orders.
On the decoration side, I chose to have ocean and garden themes. I reused those sea shells I picked from beaches since I was small, decorated them along my table.
Hope you enjoy walking through my little working station~