Return of the ooak

Thursday 29 January 2015

How's it going?

As every winter, I fell in a kind of creative lethargy...

But I wasn't really absent: during these months I've dedicated myself to tweak the design of the blog, I updated the already published tutorials, I took on some large orders and I've been turning over a couple of ideas I would start shortly.

I also had time to sit down and play around... by the moment a new ooak, I just wake up! ;)

"Thou hast no power against me," said Cuchulain.
"I have power indeed," said the woman;
"it is at the guarding of thy death that I am; and I shall be," said she.
~ 'Táin Bó Regamna', Ulster cycle ~

"The Morrigan" necklace -SOLD-


Monday 12 January 2015

How's it going?

Although at first glance it may go unnoticed, I spent several days making changes to Ooak☥Craft's blog in order to starting this year with vigor and bring you a lot of innovative news!


From January, all those who follow Ooak☥Craft on Google+ will have access to exclusive contents not to be posted on the blog:

- The Ooakalendar extended version, with extra material (some trivia about the history of jewelry, curses, weird archaeological findings...),

- Quarterly draws, discount codes and gift certificates redeemables at my Etsy shop,

- "Do it yourself" projects with instructions, step by step photos and live workshops taught by hangouts (starting from July),

- And more surprises I'll gradually revealing ;)

NOTE(2015·07·01): From now it's not necessary to follow Ooak Craft on Google+ to access this content! Still, I would love you to follow me on Google+ if you don't follow me yet ;)

How do I follow Ooak Craft in Google+?

You don't need to open any new account: if you have a Gmail or Hotmail account, you're automatically a Google+ member.

To follow Ooak Craft's blog, you only have to click in the "Follow" button included in "Followers" section (on the right column of the blog) or in the button I leave below and add it to any of your circles :)

Guided tour

Want to know everything offered on Ooak☥Craft's blog?

Take a look at the "Guided Tour", a page that summarizes and briefly explains all sections of the blog.

For instance, do you know you can receive all blog updates directly into your email inbox?

Or that you can leave your impressions on "Comments" page instead on the posts themselves?