I have been looking and looking for ages to get the best way to show necklaces length when it finally dawned on me that a video was the answer! So I put on my video producer’s hat and started recording… While I won’t win an Oscar for it I do hope you will find it helpful. If you still have some questions you can always ask it in the comments bellow.
If you are one of my Facebook fans (you can find my page here) you have seen a lot of my work in progress or before and after photos. But I am sure you can imagine it takes a lot more steps than I can show on those very short updates and limited images. To answer this burning question of how I do my work my brother helped me make this little video a couple of years ago. You can see all the various stages of the repair of a pink tourmaline. It is a little under 10 minutes long and I hope this will give you a nice little view into my work.
You can like it and share it with your gem loving friends!
Tell me what you think or if you have any questions in the comments bellow 🙂 I am always happy to hear back from you!
Having a big part of my business online means I haven’t met all the visitors to my website or Facebook page. While we talk and chat on social media it is not quite the same as a face to face conversation. I thought it would be nice for you to meet me! I hope you enjoy this short video interview filmed in my office and workshop.
This video interview was done by Rolling Film Australia. If you are interested in a similar video for your work, business or any kind of function you can contact Daisy directly : 0415 287 848, firstname.lastname@example.org or visit her website to get details of all the services available: http://rollingfilmaustralia.com
Hello everyone 🙂
I know I have been a bit slack lately on the blog but if you follow me on facebook you would have seen many of the gemstones repairs I have made. I promise I will write a couple of detailed articles about a couple of them soon.
To keep you entertained here is a little video of the September Handmade Market in Canberra. I won’t get an Oscar for it but hey I am learning!
Bonjour à toutes et à tous !
La technique n’est pas vraiment mon fort, mais puisque j’ai une chaîne vidéo sur YouTube, j’ai fait un petit film de mon stand au marché d’Art et de Design de Lane Cove (en septembre) … le voici !