hesedetang *

棕色的糖 (pronounced as “her ser der tar-ng”) or ‘brown sugar’.

debbie a.k.a hesedetang * is a USA-certified Zentangle teacher based in Singapore. She is an ardent photographer, hamster-fancier and self-taught jewelry designer. 

hesedetang * has been making jewelry pieces as gifts for friends and family since 2006. In late 2013-early 2014, she began to sell her creations online. She has since moved her craft atelier and Zentangle practice to a new Studio, as of May 2019.

A Criminologist by training, hesedetang * believes in supporting social and community causes and has recently taken her little shop on the road to various fund-raising events and craft markets. Where possible, she features up-cycled materials in her creations, to produce a completely unique and environmentally and socially-conscious range of handmade goods.

This is her creative space, a virtual collective featuring her various interests and projects. She may be contacted directly at hesedetang[at]gmail.com ♥

Snoozing Sashimi

In a Constant State of Flux

Updates from Debbie’s desk, current 7F5R challenge and read about the new tangle pattern InaFlux .. via In a Constant State of Flux In a Constant State of Flux

Collar Charms for Cats & Dogs

Originally posted on 7 Forests 5 Rivers:
7F5R has launched a line of simple and elegant accessories for your pet’s collar. These charms are made very heavy duty and are high quality. Each charm features a stainless, surgical steel component, and a colour fast, electroplated glass bezel. This range will feature specially sourced and curated accessories for…

Shop Update: Festive season pre-orders!

It seems like time really flies when one is busy and I feel like I am always behind! Each time I think I am able to get back to some kind of a regular routine, things happen that toss it all into the air again! Some of our loyal customer-turned-friends have asked me what’s on … Continue reading

Zentangles – Diva Challenge 258 & New Tangle ‘Dealys’

Dealys This is my fourth tangle, after Angeleafe, Cadenza and Cabbit. Like ‘Angeleafe’ before this, I had been using Dealys long before I thought to publish it. It has shown up in my work from even six months ago. From its early days, it appeared very similar visually to Carla du Preez’s Auraleah, so I didn’t think much … Continue reading