My gosh it's been an eventful couple of weeks and I have so many wonderful updates to share, my lovelies! And so little time - Time is just my biggest hurdle. I wish I had at least 72 hours to every day instead of 24. Juggling 2 full time jobs and a small child takes time and work for sure. All you other Make-it-happen Moms out there, raise those hands for an Amen, sister!
A few updates I wanted to quickly share with you, as a result of these hectic couple of weeks.
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In other news ...
I have been invited by a former giveaway winner of an M of Copenhagen ring, to showcase and sell my jewellery at a Pop-up event in Malmö, Sweden next month! More details about this to follow. I am super-excited and already feeling faint about all the preparation that needs to be done before hand. I haven't participated in a trunk show since the Ethical Fashion Fair in Berlin in 2015, so it's about time!
Since I am a DIY kinda girl, I already spent a huge chunk of the budget on building supplies that I am turning into jewellery displays for the show. Never tried that before either - so wish me luck! I love trying new things and figured I can't go too wrong with the simple, minimalistic design that I have in mind. Plus, even though it cost me some money, I see it as an investment. It's a one-time set up cost that I'll be able to reap the benefits from for years to come. All materials are wood (obviously, must be natural - you know me, haha!) and stone. I will also attempt to cast some ring cones (ring holders) out of cement. Never tried that either but always wanted to, so I hope I don't mess it up too bad, haha.
I'll make sure to upload some pics of the finished product. Hopefully they'll meet my high standards so I don't have to panic last minute about finding replacements. Wish me luck!