Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Shades of Green (another Blog Hop day)

All the lovely colors of green..












So much depth, as nature knows - GREEN is a perfect backdrop for all of the other colors.

But equally stunning on it's own.



Nuno Felt

Wander with Flair instructions in Beaded Colorways

Beads on Metal instructions in Beaded Colorways

Celebrating Greens in my latest BAG OF COLOR!

(Color wheels and templates from EYE FOR COLOR)
Learn how to enhance your own lovely palettes with
DIP INTO COLOR and you can win a copy!!

Details on the GIVE AWAY here!

The best part is, you can also head over to these lovely artists and comment on their posts to win GIVE AWAYS from their blogs:

Valerie Hebert @ Val's Art Studio Blog here
Jeannette Cook @ Beady Eyed Women here
Carol Dean Sharp @ Sand Fibers here
Marcia DeCoster @ MadDesigns here
Cynthia Deis @ Shiny Little Things here
Lori Anderson @ Pretty Things here

p.s. There will be a winner for each day I post up through December 14, so comment each day for a chance to win!

p.p.s. The winners will be announced on December 15!

46 comments:

  1. What an inspirational book!!
    I'd love to win it!!

    DESPINA
    deb_oro@yahoo.gr

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  2. My God, an amazing book!
    Please enter me...

    Joanna, yana_ven@yahoo.gr

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  3. Your greens today are absolutely lovely!

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  4. Wow, those photos are just amazing!

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  5. Beautiful photos, beautiful beads, beautiful jewelry!

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  6. Beautiful post. I enjoy seeing familiar objects in a now familiar setting.
    I love your photos.

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  7. Love to see what color you are honoring in your blog each day. It has been a feast for my eyes.

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  8. My favourite colour hands down! Green wins every time!
    Rose Red
    redfirerose2@googlemail.com

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  9. What lovely pictures! I love them. Wish I could take pictures like that. Mine are always blurred.

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  10. Beverly, your work with color is wonderful. I've really enjoyed seeing your posts and exploring your book. Please enter me in your blog hop contest.
    best wishes,
    Mary Alexander

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  11. Your photos are wonderful. I love the jewelry too.

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  12. No soy una fanatica del verde... pero al verlo en tus paletas de colores...me encantan!! es increible como logras resaltar los colores! genial! Feliz Navidad from Puerto Rico.

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  13. I like the color green - it means growth to me; I seem to wear it a lot. I like the concept of beading and then incorporating it with metal also since I just learn to hole punch saw and stamp metal shapes.

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  14. love!!!!! the lichen photo, your lichen bead soup is the one I am always most drawn to - maybe Santa will read this comment and put a tube or two in my stocking!
    Barb

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  15. Love your photos almost as much as your beautiful beadwork! I find it all so inspiring! Your use of color is fabulous!

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  16. Over the years I have learned to love the color green. The pictures are wonderful and full of inspiration. Thanks for sharing. Happy Holidays to you and your family!

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  17. Love your photos! I admit that I need help with greens. I have to be careful with the different shades, and how much I use of it in a piece of jewelry for myself. I do get a lot of help from your blog, thank you.

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  18. I always think of green as a cool color - but I see that it can also be very warm. Lovely pictures.

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  19. I have always loved the color green...your fibers, felt and beads are pretty spectacular together!

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  20. So... today I've not just thought "Wow great pictures" I've tried to match the colours from beads in my stash. It's really made me look at each picture. Who would have thought there was so much white in the eighth one and those hints of pink and maroon with the euphorbia. It's an education and an inspiration! Thank you.

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  21. Another beautiful post! A visual feast for a green lover such as myself! Lisa Ward

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  22. What wonderful color mixes, thank-you for the inspiration!

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  23. The pendant on the bottom reminds me of my teenage bedroom when I got color choice. Heaven! Thanks again for the stunning nature photos!

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  24. Your greens photos are gorgeous. I like greens but don't use them a lot in my work.
    Thanks for the inspiration.

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  25. Green is a winter colour, too! Damp moss on a tree trunk, frosty grass in the mornings, dark green holly leaves. As always, nature gives us our best colour palette.

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  26. Beautiful photos! Luv your bags of color..they are helping me look at my own stash in a different way already. Thx for participating in the giveaway!
    Kim Hil (cre8ivespace@yahoo.com)

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  27. I was never fond of the color green, but now I've seen your pictures I've changed my mind.
    So many shades of green and so lovely combinations.... you inspire me a lot.
    Thank you!!

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  28. I love your greens! I don't usually lean to the greens but your mix is stunning. I agree about them being a perfect backdrop to lots of projects. You are a genius! :)

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  29. Your photos can't help but make someone fall in love with the color green! And I am green with craving for your books!
    Thank you for another generous giveaway, and wonderful vision of color!

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  30. Green is my new favorite color - olive is the best

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  31. There are some amazing things in your goody box. I have fingers and toes crossed hoping that I am the lucky winner of an incredible goody box.

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  32. Such a lot of color. I love your green.

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  33. green! green!! and more green!! my fav day so far!! =0) Cheers, Cyn =0)

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  34. ...Count me in for a chance at the giveaway!!

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  35. All your colourways are beautiful, this one included! Thanks for doing this!

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  36. Love love the shades of green. I envy the ability to combine colors like you do.

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  37. Love the greens, and I can't wait for the new book!

    mollyhartatkippercatdotnet

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  38. So very beautiful!

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  39. gorgeous! and what a beautiful, colorful blog! I'm so glad I discovered you through the blog hop, I'm now following, yay!! :) You're beads on metal pieces are AMAZING!

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  40. Such an assortment of greens! Thanks for sharing.

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