Tuesday, October 27, 2009

9... with some help...

Maybe not the best color combination for the time of year. Maybe a little too "springish", but I am lovin' it...

::Float Away::
float away 2

::Love::
love pendant

::Playing Chase::
playing chase

::Corsage::
corsage

::Heart Candy::
heart candy

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... Rusty likes the new color combo too. Look for a "warmer" color combo tomorrow.

10 comments:

TesoriTrovati said...

I wouldn't say that color combo is "spring-y" I would say that it is very Kerry!
Love it. (And love the cat too!)
Enjoy the day!
Erin

SueBeads said...

Nice! Your kitty is so cute, too!

mairedodd said...

really great, kerry! i love your word beads and how you combine them with the stamped metal ones... and the opaque ivory with dots... and, and... it all looks terrific! wish i lived closer so i could see them in person... for now i will be happy with the ring i have on my awesome necklace... oh, i have furry friends who love to help too!

Silver Parrot said...

You've got some really beautiful things here and I LOVE the colors. I personally am working on a seaside type of design right now - which has NOTHING to do with autumn. Creativity can't be limited with boundaries LOL!

Nonie said...

Beautiful work Kerry. I adore them all.

Meredith said...

Kerry, your offerings today are bee-yoo-ti-ful and I wish I lived anywhere in the vicinity of your show! Love the "Love" pendant, could see that on me...

deehebard said...

Spring time colors? what spring time colors....I wear those colors all year round...they bring light to a dreary day! Love them Kerry

sandi said...

Hi Kerry,
Use colors that are in your 'creative heart', not what a season or fashion dictates. That's what makes them 'timeless'.
Great pieces - especially the first necklace...
sandi

Yvette said...

Its all coming togeter nicely Kerry. I love the 'love' pendant.

Cindy said...

Kerry
I really, really, really love that last picture with the Kitty...what a GREAT shot! And when you group up all of the pieces like that, you can step back and truly see just how many beads you needed to create these pieces...amazing! You've been hard at work...and your new pieces are just beautiful!