It is really weird to manege two different stores with two different look and style.
I really like my polymer clay shop, the colorfulness, the bright items on a snow white background.
It's happy, it's clean and it's totally me.
On the other hand, I'm falling in love with my jewelry shop.
It's 180 degree different from my PC shop, much more romantic, soft with more complicated shots (well I try).
Because all this romantic look is new to me, I always try to find the way to achieve the right atmosphere in my shots.
It is hard!
No more white paper and soldiers beads, now I have to think about the background, the light, the theme and the whole package.
So last Saturday I took my family and we went to a walk in the Carmel forest.
It was very rainy and cold but we enjoyed the beautiful view and the fresh air!!!
We dressed very well and took with us some hot tea with a lot of mint in it, and biscuits.
I collected some branches and a trunk peels that dropped from the trees.
I also did a little research on my camera and discovered a whole new functions that work much better for this new shoot style I'm looking for now.
I had to do the right thing for my new jewelry, new style, new technique and gorgeous result!
I'm really exited to show you the first buds from this wonderful technique I discovered myself, and cant wait to work with it and take it further.
This work take a lot of time and effort, It's a process and I have to be very patience but it worth the difficulties.
Pay attention to the background of the photos as well, I think I have done quite well :-)
And some older things with better background.......
All the above is waiting in my Jewelry shop.
And back to polymer clay beads :-)
Lately I created the "Color Cells" design in a different way.
I call the new designs "Color Cells- Spiders Addition"
The same fun and colorful pattern in a round and flat shape with colorful center.
I made 4 pairs with 4 different centers, great for earrings.
These beads remind me spiders, with 6 legs from both sides :-)
I love them!!! so fun and cool!
You can find these in my Polymer clay shop.