Tuesday, May 26, 2009


This is one of the two necklaces I have. In January I mailed all of my jewelry to Thailand so my friends would auction them off at Class Reunion. It was a hit. Everything went home with someone. It made me feel good that my friends, who were very picky, and most of my classmates still working as Architects, actually like them.
This necklace did not travel to the other side of the world. Call me picky, but I don't like the way it look. So today I decided to re-strung this necklace. By replacing the red cord with the brown cord, The necklace looks lighter and much better.
I haven't make any necklace for a while. I need more time to sit down at the table and gather all the toughs., to preciously execute the technique to achieve the result that I want. These days I just make tiny, little beads for the bracelets and ankle bracelets.
I am not sure anyone still read my blog. I will blog more often and show you what I made. Nothing totally new, but I still clay. Oh I did some drawing too. Will tell you later.

Mokum Gane technique, Fimo clay and Premo clay. Patterns were made with a piece of Medical divice.


grimsh said...

I have your blog listed on my Google Reader, so I read every one of your posts. I'm also following Ada's progress, and yours. Your work is so lovely; I know it's difficult for you to find time now, but please do post your photos when you are able. God bless you, and your family.

Anonymous said...

still read your blog from 2007
(then Ada's blog, but still here too)
all time can't find words for write comment, just remember you in prayers

Anonymous said...

I check your blog and Ada's blog almost every day! :)

MB-Schmuckdesign said...

Nice to see you again - have been waiting so long time!!

Susan Turney said...

I have you on my Google Reader, too, Ponsawan, so every time you post on either blog I read it! And I'm always happy to see a new post. I agree with tin liva...sometimes I just can't think of anything to say that sounds right when I read Ada's blog but am always thinking of you.

Julz said...

I love coming to your blog and am glad to see you are still beading and claying. I love your work and you have had a huge impact on me and my claying...just wanted you to know that Ponsawan

Di Keeble said...

I still look at your blog and your tutorials. Your beads are so colourful and a great inspiration.

Suzanne said...

When I first started with polymer in January 09 I found your blog and the wonderful tutorials you shared and then read with great sadness about Ada. I've checked your blog many times to see if you had returned and I was so happy to see your posting. Your work is beautiful and your very kind to share your skills and you touch many all over the world. I'll keep you in my prayers. Suzanne