Category Archives: bracelet/cuff

As Worn…..

Atty. T.M. wears her 14k gold cuff adorned with grossular garnets, Swarovski crystals and rice pearls.

Atty. R.D. wears her “Diamonds & Pearls” necklace as described here.

Two lovely clients loving their pieces 🙂

These are bespoke orders.  If you want me to create one for you too, do send us an email at thedesigner@classicsparklers.com

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WordPress Theme Crisis

For those of you who are frequent readers here, you will notice the various  constant changes in my WordPress Theme….

The truth is, WordPress has a lot of nice themes to choose from and I have been enamored by all of them.  I have tried dark backgrounds thinking that it will help make the colors of my accessories and jewelry pop out.  Wrong.  First, my widgets were nowhere in sight and it was sooo dark! It turned out to be very heavy and too strong to the overall look of what the brand is all about.

So today, I braved the themes section and chose a more, light and airy theme.  I am not a techie kind of girl but when my widgets disappeared with my former theme, they somehow magically appeared! 

I think I will stick to this theme from now on.  It is minimalism perfected! 

It does not look complicated.

And most importantly, my photos seem to shine more.

That’s what’s important right? 🙂

So head on here to check out what I have in store 😉

Of blogs and treasuries

A fellow etsian included my “Midnight” crocheted wire cuff in her blog 🙂

Then another treasury featuring my “Star In The Night” crocheted cuff.

Thank you! Thank you! 🙂

What got me started

It was March 2008.  The place where I work prepared a couple of month-long programs to celebrate Women’s Month.  One program I attended was an accessory-making seminar.  It was just a mere hour long activity which cost each participant Php 1,000 (USD 22) each for the registration and materials.  The trainers taught us to make simple stuff like a set of pearl necklace, bracelet and earrings.  Then as the saying goes, the rest is history.

Here are a few of my early projects: