Sunday, May 3, 2009

Jewelry Color Inspiration #34 Submissions

Anyone who knows me also knows that have an obsession for stamping and for JEWELRY! I enjoy participating in other stamping challenges and want to share the fun by offering my own weekly Jewelry Color Inspiration Challenge. The Jewelry Color Inspiration Challenge #34 was posted last Sunday and included a jewelry photo, color swatches, and my card along with the link to the website where I found it. Check back later to see the Jewelry Color Inspiration #35 for this week!

The fresh look of this "Spring" necklace from SavvyGirl & Company is accented with a silver piece and capped off with Swarovski crystals including mother of pearl, dyed jade and yellow turquoise. I have been visiting Cydney's SavvyGirl & Company blog for a few months now and am always amazed at her beautiful jewelry designs. I am thinking of treating myself one of her pieces for my birthday this summer. Trust me, you will be lost in her lovely designs as you scroll through them.

For my card, I used a the Clean & Simple Fall-to Layout #39 sketch as an inspiration along with this fresh color combination. Since I think this is my new favorite color combination, I also submitted it for the Our Creative Corner color challenge.

Stamps: Very Versatile
Paper: Certainly Celery, Perfect Plum, Going Gray CS, Flock Together DSP
Ink: Perfect Plum
Other: Big Shot, Little Leaves sizzlet, Certainly Celery 5/8" Grosgrain, Crafters Tool Kit

I'm amazed at all of the beautiful cards that were submitted this week! Thanks, ladies, for making last week's Jewelry Color Inspiration #34 so inspirational with your fabulously floral and butterfly beauties!











Rochelle said...

The colors last week must have said "flowers and butterflies" to everyone! How funny! What great cards everyone did! I really like this color combo!

LeAnne said...

Stacey, I am such a dunce! I looked at this post just after I posted my submission for #35--and realized I used the same sketch as you!!! Oh well, great minds think alike, huh?! This is gorgeous, I may still use these colors for another card!