Tuesday, November 29, 2011



Second Challenge of Color Blog Hop
Erin Prais Hintz organizer
The color I chose was teal.
Pallet created by Jessica Colaluca of Design seeds.






http://www.designseeds.com/


Decided to use only the first three colors in my pallet, mainly because I couldn't seem to match the darker blue. As a seed bead freak, I naturally created my piece using two colors of teal seed beads, and the ivory colored pearls.

26 comments:

Kristen said...

Very splendid use of your palette! This was a challenge for sure!

T... said...

stunning creation, wonderful colour palette you had to work with

Pixiloo said...

Such amazing seed bead work. I how you framed the bigger pearls with the smaller ones. The necklace reminds me of a winter garden.

TesoriTrovati said...

That is beautiful seed beadery! I have a healthy fear of those little beads, mainly that I lose my eyesight when I work with them and also that I am clumsy and frequently spill them on the floor! ;-) I am quite in awe of what seed bead artists do to wrangle them into such pretty submission! Thank you for playing along in the challenge!
Enjoy the day!
Erin

Therese's Treasures said...

CJ, your neckace is very pretty I really like your design.
Therese

I LOVE color! said...

Oh thise colors are so cool really ^:) and your design is so lovely
Be blessed to be blessing

Cynthia said...

Your necklace looks fit for a princess! Delicate & beautiful!

Amy said...

What a lovely design! And you used your colors perfectly!

maneki said...

Lovely necklace! Love the romantic and wintery feel of it. Great interpretation of the colour palette!

Molly Alexander said...

Such a beautiful necklace created from a lovely, soft, calming palette - great job! :)

Bobbie said...

Very pretty! It's always good to see someone play with the seeds!

KayzKreationz said...

A very pretty piece. Nice and light, very delicate looking.

Pine Ridge Treasures said...

Really love this color palette! Very delicate looking creation, nice job! Its has a calming vibe.

Heidi said...

It's so pretty - it looks like super fancy wedding cake decorations!

Kathleen Lange Klik said...

What a beautiful necklace! Reminds me of something a princess would wear! Your bead work is stunning, well done.

Shirley said...

Such a dainty, delicate look you achieved! The pearls are set off beautifully by the green/blue of the seeds.

SoulsFireDesigns said...

Gorgeous beadwork! You have such a gift :) Sweet, beautiful, and oh so delicate. Lovely.

Regina said...

Hats off to 'seed bead freaks', you do a wonderful job with seed beads. A beautiful feminine necklace.

Mary K. McGraw said...

What a lovely necklace, your bead weaving is beautiful. As someone said earlier, fit for a princess.

Starstruckbooks said...

That is so beautifully intricate and a lovely interpretation of the pallette.

For My Sweet Daughter said...

wow that must have been a lot of work. pretty

Maria said...

Beautiful!

chicandfrog said...

I can only imagine all the work you put into that necklace!

Ambra

Jenni said...

Beautiful delicate work you have created with all those tiny beads! They scare me witless! Great match for the palette...I don't think you had to use all the colours.
Jenni

CraftyHope said...

Your palette is soooo yummy and your necklace is just as beautiful. It's so very delicate and romantic... Well done!

SueBeads said...

Beautiful beadwork!