Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Pretty Palettes July Reveal!

Erin Prais-Hintz who is the host and Brand Ambassador for Halcraft sent me some beautiful beads that she personally picked out for the July Pretty Palettes Challenge.  Erin chose me to be her partner this month.

Unfortunately I threw my back out so it has been difficult to create as much as I wanted to.  I will be making several other pieces if you check back on my blog.

So anyway here are the beads:



And the inspiration photo

 I especially liked the blue iris glass on silver chain.  Very sparkly but you can't really capture all the color well in a photo without the right lighting, but they so remind me of the twinkling in the night sky.  Here is a close up:




The focal is abalone shell that I thought went well with the beads and the inspiration theme.





Here is the finished necklace.  this piece hangs really well on the neck.  I made it 18 1/2 inches with the cute Star clasp.  You could actually wear this during the day or night.



Here is a close up of some of the other beads.





 These silver sliders will be part of the next piece I make.  If you check back next month I will show you what I came up with. I also will have a pair of earrings to go with this necklace.  Unfortunately my back can't be in this position any more to finish more pieces.



Thanks Erin for choosing me to play along as your partner.  Can't wait to see what you make!


Please follow Erin's Blog for more of her work and the big reveal on July 27th will be on Halcraft Pretty Palettes
Don't forget to visit my new website www.simplyseablime.com and sign up for my website so when I launch in the fall you can see all my new work.
Marianne

1 comment:

  1. Hello Miss Marianne! So glad that you could play along with me this month. I love the abalone shell focal. Such a beautiful array of colors that really capture the night sky. I love the star clasp you used as well! I will look forward to seeing what you do with those sliders. Enjoy the day! Erin

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