Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Inspiration Wednesday

Happy Wednesday!
It's time for Inspiration Wednesday.
Here is the inspirational palette from Design-Seeds.com

color salad

Here is the bracelet I made:

I was lucky enough to attend a bead show last weekend and at one of my favorite booths (twistedsistahbeads.com) they had this glass teardrop tube of beads already mixed in the exact same colors form this weeks inspiration.

The etched copper Bliss focal bar is handmade by me and these multi-strand bracelets are quickly becoming one of my favorite bracelets to make and wear. They make a statement but aren't chunky or heavy to wear. Love them!

Were you inspired by the palette? Don't forget to share your link in the comment section below.

Here is the color palette for next week:
street tones
Design-Seeds.com

Here are some items from members of the Hudson Valley Etsy Team for inspiration:

Celadon Porcelain Pendant

Natural Handmade Soap Special from Beyond the Picket Fence

Tea Green Pearl Coat Dangle Earrings - Fanciful Deluxe



Make and item or choose materials inspired by the palette and write a blog post about it, post the item for sale, or post the item on your website. Add the link to your blog post, shop or website in the comments next week.
The only rule is that if you use the Design-Seeds palette you must link directly to Design-Seeds.com.
Have fun and I can't wait to see what you make!
Have an Inspired Wednesday!
~Shannon

6 comments:

Debi - Tinks Treasure said...

I had fun with this!
Here is what I made

https://www.etsy.com/listing/106340184/beaded-magnetic-bracelet-fushia-crystal

Marilyn (Pulp Sushi) said...

Love what both of you made! I got nothing this week but thank you for including my earrings. Hope to have something next week:)

Beyond the Picket Fence said...

This is a fun post! love it :)

Jess Schleicher said...

I love that piece! Can't wait to see next week!

Lisa Walbridge (Merry Alchemy) said...

Stunning bracelet Shannon! Wish I was home with my beads to make something this week.

a Studio by the Sea said...

What interesting color combinations. I would have never thought of the last one, but it works!