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4th Annual Challenge of Color :: ColourLovers Wordlinks





I think these beads had all of the palett colors and then some!  I also made these:


Color Names for Palette:  Gothic Sex
Black Candles
Castle in Ruins
Gothic Lingerie
Baroque Clavichords
Supernatural Infusion

Color Names for Palette:  Zen Forest

Autumn Brown
Rich Mud
Moss
Lichen
Canopy Green

Follow the link to see more challenge designs (Just click on the banner below).  Thank you Erin for the challenge and inspiration.



Comments

  1. The bracelet and earrings are awesome. I love the bohemian fell to them and low light and wavy they are.

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  2. I love your bracelets and earrings! The earthy colors are great, and they just look so fun!

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  3. Love the bracelet and earrings. These are something I could wear everyday.

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  4. Love those colors in the palette.

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  5. Hello Miss Renetha! Thank you so much for participating in the Challenge! I just adore those beads. I see them all the time and I love that each is different and they have all the colors in them but yet are very rustic. And those are great earrings! Very boho chic! I hope you had fun on this Challenge. Thank you for playing along with me in the 4th Annual Challenge of Color. Enjoy the day! Erin

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  6. Beautiful jewellery! You picked some really neat palettes and some really neat beads to go with them. Makes me wish I had more of those striped, aged seeds... Great job!

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  7. Fun earrings and bracelet, very boho and pick out the colours of the palettes you chose beautifully!

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  8. Those beads are to die for - what a gorgeous design. The design compliments the palettes perfectly. Beautifully done.

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