Today we are into the hard stuff! I was so far outside by comfort zone when I built this, it was making me laugh out loud. Chatting with one of the participants of the challenge, she commented that she tended always to design subtle, tone on tone bracelets… and that for the challenge she wanted to push herself, and create bracelets that she
wouldn’t usually consider. I totally agree with her approach. For me, the holy grail of the challenge is to create something outrageous, and then discover that I actually love it. Realistically there aren’t going to be many design moments like that. However, this might be one. I would never usually attempt this combination,
but I am enjoying this colour palette so much! Isn’t it fun to see the “Faceted Aurora” playing with these “Hawaiian Shirt” colours? Totally takes the stuffing right out of it. The chartreuse green and juicy corals are perfectly complementary to each other, giving the combination an edge and a high level of energy.
This has been a great way to break out of my subtle colour palette! I don’t imagine for a moment that I will wear colours like this all the time, but the green and orange/coral combination was definitely satisfying to me, and I will work with them again much more often. Perhaps next time I’ll try it without the purple – on a leather?
Clockwise from clasp: “Basic Double Lobster Clasp”, “Bee on Hive”, “Chalcedony” (retired), “Limited Edition Green and Purple Armadillo”, “Carved Flowers” (retired), “Unique”, “Limited Edition Pastel Agate”, “Heart”, “Limited Edition Violet Petals”, “Orange Armadillo” (retired), “Unique”, “Deck of Cards”, “Limited Edition Chinese Lavender Jade”, “Unique”, “King & Queen” (retired), “Green Armadillo” (retired), “Faceted Aurora”, “Unique”, “Bee on Hive” (retired).