Ethnic jhumkas a.k.a jhumkis are all-time favorites with some. Market is pouring with similar designs and everyone is looking for fresh / new idea. I prefer using colorful beads and here I have come up with few masterpieces: Here is a list of the materials I used - Nose plier Eye pins in silver color Crystal and glass beads Metal stud and metal jhumki base
We had the pleasure of participating in Diwali celebrations hosted by City of Aurora Illinois. https://www.facebook.com/iacoab/ This event was held in Aurora on October 24th 2015. www.aristabeads.com Subscribe to our blog : http://feeds.feedburner.com/Aristabeads
Benali from "Kaftan on a Tin Roof" recently blogged about our Jaipuri Jhumkas. Thanks Benali for great feedback. http://kaftanonatinroof.tumblr.com/
We were delighted to showcase our collection at Indian cultural festival event hosted by Simply Vedic. This event was held at Naperville downtown on September 20th 2015. www.aristabeads.com Subscribe to our blog : http://feeds.feedburner.com/Aristabeads
This is a piece for which I had to put my mind and energy to create. The art was created around the pendant, which has a history. During my visit to Nepal few years back, I met an artesian family who were creating unique pieces of art for their self-satisfaction. After having acquired it, I waited for some time to create a necklace out of the pendant. The antique pendant itself has real coral and real turquoise stones embedded onto it. The necklace chain was the result of multiple trials of combining different material, colors size, etc. which finally turned...