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Saturday, May 5, 2012

One Color Crayon Challenge Hop


When Sally Russick of The StudioSublime put the word out for participants for her One Color Crayon Challenge I signed up for the color Green. Well, at that time I had forgotten that I would be away the weekend of the blog hop with some girlfriends, visiting the Garden of Good and Evil, yes, Savannah GA. But that's okay, I completed my assignment in time and have scheduled this posting to be published on the morning of May 5th.
I hope you enjoy the blog hop. Thank you for visiting and I hope you like my pieces. I will visit you and check out your challenge creations on my return from GA.

You will find a list of the participants at the bottom of the post.

Green, that's the color I chose...




Green Freshwater Pearls
Green Magnesite butterfly
Peridot Twist Swarovski crystal element
Green shell coins
Faceted ovals of Green Rutilated Quartz
Japanese metallic teal/gold Iris drop seed beads
Brass hook and eye clasp and tiny spacer beads



Nephrite carved flowers
Malachite rondelles
Green freshwater rice Pearls
Copper leaf fringe chain
Niobium Earwires with Copper bead.

Hope you like what I made!

Now to check out all the other one color crayon challenge participants: If you have problems with the links you can also find a list of participants here.


Hosted by:

Sally Russick  http://thestudiosublime.com

Red

Bobbie Rafferty   http://beadsong.blogspot.com

Orange

Linda Landig  http://LindasBeadBlog.com
Renetha Stanziano   http://lamplightcrafts.blogspot.com
Tanya Goodwin  http://pixiloo.blogspot.com
Amy Severino   http://amybeads.blogspot.com

 Yellow

Heather Powers   http://humblebeads.blogspot.com

Blue

Rebecca Anderson  http://songbeads.blogspot.com
Hope Smitherman  http://craftyhope.blogspot.com
Alicia Marinache  http://allprettythings.ca
Charissa Sloper   http://blog.obsidiansoda.com
Sandi Volpe   http://sandivolpe.com

 Green

Jenny Davies Reazor   http://www.jdaviesreazor.com
Regina Santerre  http://reginaswritings.blogspot.com -------You are here!
Elizabeth Auld  http://beadsforbusygals.com

Purple

Jennifer Judd Velasquez http://jenjuddrocks.blogspot.com
Lori Anderson  http://prettythingsblog.com

Brown

Diana Ptaszynski   http://suburbangirlstudio.com
Janice Everett   http://JLynnJewels.blogspot.com

Black



24 comments:

Heidi Post said...

Love the rutilated quartz! Excellent work with all green :)

Shel said...

Regina - your desings always amaze me. They're so perfect. Color-wise, stone-wise, design-wise. You name it - they are always stunningly beautiful and way cool!! I love this one!

Dawn Doucette said...

Regina, I LOVE your green necklace! What an awesome design! Hope you are having a FABULOUS weekend with your girlfriends. Now I have to go google Garden of Good & Evil to see what you silly gals are up to! ;)

Great designs dear friend!
{Hugs!}

Jean A. Wells said...

I love your necklace and earrings. All the different green stones come together beautifully. And I really love the way those green pearls are nestled in the chain. Great job.

Therese's Treasures said...

Hi Regina,
Wow I love your necklace it is gorgeous and those earrings are stunning!
Therese

Pretty Things said...

I really like the butterfly bead! (And can I say how pretty your carnelian necklace on the left side of your blog is????)

Alice said...

Two gorgeous pieces! I love all the shades of green in that pretty necklace, and the earrings are so elegant!

I hope you are having a great time on your girlfriend getaway!

Patti Van said...

That is absolutley one gorgeous necklace! Your bead choices, placement, the eye just naturally moves around the necklace to find one fabulous bead after another! And the earrings are so pretty! Nice job!

Sally Russick said...

I do like what you made!! Regina, you did such a beautiful job in green!! All those hues came together wonderfully and those earrings are a showstopper!! Fantastic job!! Hope you are having a wonderful time in Georgia and thank you so much for joining in and creating in one crayon color!

AntiquityTravelers said...

the color hues in your piece are gorgeous and elegant - love it!

Pixiloo said...

Those are both beautiful, but that necklace .. wow. I love the butterfly and the way those beads just flow into each other. It's absolutely stunning.

Tracy said...

The shades and tints of greens you've chosen are just beautiful. Love the necklace, but the earrings are super stunning...love me some dangles.

Karen Williams said...

Very pretty! The green butterfly focal is very unique.

Hope you're having a great weekend in the garden. ;-)

Karen Williams said...

Very pretty! The green butterfly focal is very unique.

Hope you're having a great weekend in the garden. ;-)

Marti C. said...

I really, really like the necklace, and I think the earrings are a knockout! Great job!

Bobbie said...

What a great assortment of shades you used - and they look so great combined! The butterfly is a perfect touch of spring for the necklace.

CraftyHope said...

I hope you're having a BLAST in Savannah! I've visited there once and really enjoyed it myself.

Your necklace is just so happy with it's butterfly on it and those earrings are so versatile! Your did a wonderful job with this challenge.

SueBeads said...

Hey Regina, very cool necklace and earrings! Love them!

Alicia said...

Oh, wow - these are such beautiful designs! Both the necklace and earrings are so happy and the mix of various materials and shades are just perfect.

Elisabeth said...

Love that necklace - love all the textures and shapes. Hope you had a wonderful time in Savannah!

Lola said...

Your earrings are beautiful but that necklace is absolutely gorgeous! Love the colors and design.

Boot ~C said...

love the necklace, great asymetry

dreaminofbeads / SAS Jewelry Designs said...

Your necklace and earrings are beautiful, I really love that cute butterfly.

Jennifer said...

The pearls and quartz are so lovely, I almost want to water the necklace wrong way around!

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