Making Jewellery on the road, creating and exploring new elements for upcoming collection

A little Sol life update

February 20, 2020 2 Comments

Finally - Rain! 

If you're living in a rainy location (like me) - I hope you're reading this email from the comfort of your cozy home. I have been on the road for over a month now and I wanted to share a bit of the process with you. What started off as a road trip to Byron Bay Beachside Market, ended up with quite the adventure. Only this time I'm actually living one of my biggest dreams - creating on the road.


And so I packed all my studio gear with me for this journey....

I'm creating the pieces you order online in the best location possible - nature. Every time you order a piece, I get to set my mobile studio outside my car and create. Away from the clutter of the city, in the middle of the forest or right by the sea - with full intention and attention.
I met so many beautiful goddesses on the road who joined the Sol community simply by moving my work outside. And I'm starting to form the new collection in my head.      


On a personal note,

I've also had an amazing opportunity to deepen and explore my own practices. I'm currently staying at a beautiful farm (with lots of cows!), studying massage therapy and reiki, and doing yoga daily. The weekend markets in Sydney are still happening so make sure you stop by when you get a chance (my beautiful friend Daisy is looking after my stall when I'm gone). I also do the weekend markets in Byron Bay, so tune into Instagram for more details.
Much love from the road,

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How to measure your ring size? 
All you need is a pair of scissors, a piece of thread and a ruler.
Wrap the thread around your finger, then mark and cut the spot where the thread meets.
Measure the length of the thread with your ruler. This will give you the circumference (C) of your ring size
Now you can choose your size from our ring sizing chart.
if you are still not sure about the right size, or your size doesn't show in our chart, you are more than welcome to contact us and we'll be happy to assist you.
To put in the belly button piercing, grasp the ring between the fingers and thumb on either side of the opening and pull one side of the ring toward you and the other side away from you. This will twist the metal to widen the opening for you to insert the jewellery. Do not pull the jewellery apart as this may put stress on the metal. You may use pliers if you cannot use your fingers. Put the jewellery into the hole and close the same way.
The ring is made of either Silver 925 or Gold-filled.
To maintain the cleanliness of the piercing, in the first week you should always wash your hands before handling, and clean 3 times a day in a saltwater solution (glass of water with three teaspoons of salt) and apply an antibiotic cream during the week. It is not recommended to enter a chlorine swimming pool within the first 10 days of changing the piercing. However, if you do, it is recommended to wash the area with soap in the shower afterwards. Seawater is good for the piercing.
You should avoid tight clothes that may snag the piercing. This may cause infection so please be careful. The warranty does not cover the jewellery in the event of infection or allergies of any kind. No responsibility for a loss.
If you have any questions or need some help, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

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