New upcycled treasures in kuLaygirl‘s etsy shop!
I’m sorry to have missed the Toronto Nuit Blanche again this year.
However, I’m happy that Ai Weiwei‘s Forever Bicycles installation is still up for me and everyone else to enjoy! Thank you Ai Weiwei. Thank you Toronto.
In Nathan Phillip’s Square, this is what I saw.
All photos taken with my iPhone.
They are not altered in any way. Not even cropped.
It makes me happy when people show me a beautiful way to see something I take for granted.
These are the best badges ever. Russel’s badges from the movie UP! I want these.
More here at zeezeezeez.
One evening I told my daughter Camille that I decided to just do what I had to do with kuLay, my jewellery. Two days later, she had the etsy information, the Instagram, email and a long list of questions. We did it. We took the first step.
kuLaygirl will consist of different lines. All lines will be made by me and my daughters Camille and Caira. And yes, of course there will be collaboration. How can there not be with three opinionated ladies with their own styles.
We strive to be eco friendly, but please note that new material will be used for most jewellery findings. We use manufacturing waste, found objects, household waste and anything that inspires our imagination. Some pieces/lines will use only new material, however we will try to do it sparingly. (Because know what? Sometimes its just the thing that inspires! And wire really inspires me and I like it brand new and on spools.)
So in the next couple if weeks, a feature will be done as each line is finished.
So excited! And with my girls! How much better can it get?
Here’s a sneak peek.
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My groove is back!
I saw the leather disks (manufacturing waste) and my creativity went into overdrive! This always makes me happy.
These painted disks are being transformed into jewellery and will be available on our soon to be launched Etsy shop!
Stay tuned for our announcement. We might even have something special for our first customers!