Monday, September 15, 2014

A Pair of Helping Hands

After many years of convincing my husband to learn the art of handcrafting jewelries, I finally was able to teach him and make him do it.




At first,  I taught him how to make simple charms/danglings, then later on connecting wires and eventually created bracelets. In fact, the bracelets above that are also made of Swarovski crystals and 14k gold-filled components were his finished products. As a beginner, I must say he's good, though he always chose the easier job and left the complicated ones to me. Still, I am happy I already have a pair of helping hands. 

I’m looking forward for more handmade jewelry creations with my partner in life. Hmmm, I’m thinking of teaching him to crochet as well, will he agree? I wonder…

7 comments:

  1. Wow, it will become a husband and wife team like Mommy Maye and Daddy Allan. Looking forward to your new creations :)

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  2. Congrats! I love seeing couple doing same stuff together. A way to spent time together na din dibah. Super cute just like Maye and Allan. Keep it up:)

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  3. Great to read that your hubby also helps out doing the crafts. Lovely bracelets that you made together.

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  4. Sis Marie is right, husband and wife team :) Konting push lang sis, hehe.

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  5. Wow! You'll be able to deliver more orders that way. Did he enjoy the process?

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  6. This means an additional output and this will give you more bonding time.

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  7. Wow, lovely couple. I admire couples na nagtutulungan sa craft. Haha, natawa tuloy ako naisip ko nung tinulungan ako ng hubby to frost the cake, I'm a beginner still, and he wanted to help me. Malapit na kming mag-away di kmi magkasundo sa cake. hahhaha!

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