Wednesday 6 November 2013

Gravitating towards color schemed bracelets

I haven't blogged for a while. And well, I have made more jewelry than these 4 bracelets over the last few weeks. And in different color schemes too. But yesterday, when I got about to take some photographs of some of my latest creations I just saw that a few of them shared this kind of color scheme with ivory, white, greens and yellows. And I thought it might be a nice idea to present them as a group.

Bracelet - Knotted 
  • Ivory faceted geode ceramic bead - Gaea
  • Green faceted ceramic bead - Diane Hawkey
  • Chartreuse enameled round - BeadSwedeSupplies
  • Yellow glass coins
  • Orange shiny large seed beads
  • Ivory shiny even larger seed beads
  • Oxidized sterling silver clasp - BeadSwedeSupplies
  • Lime green resin coin bead
  • Yellow shiny large seed bead
  • Green shiny large seed bead
  • Yellow waxed linen cord

Bracelet - A White House
  • White ceramic hispanic style house - Jubilee
  • White flat oval glass beads
  • Pale yellow  flat oval glass beads
  • Stripy green and lime flat oval glass beads
  • Copper lobster clasp and ring
  • Nature white waxed linen cord
Bracelet - Macrame Yellow
  • Peach pink ceramic bead - Gaea
  • Bronze lined (black diamond) large seed beads
  • Pale grey resin coin
  • White glass bead
  • White ceramic bead - Gaea
  • Sea blue ceramic bead - Gaea
  • Grey resin coin
  • Dark yellow waxed cotton cord
Bracelet - Macrame Green
  • Multi color resin coin
  • Shiny ivory very large seed beads
  • Green czech oval bead
  • Shiny green large seed bead
  • Green resin coin
  • Transparent gold etched elongated acrylic bead
  • Green waxed cotton cord


All my jewelry pieces are available for purchasing, even though I might not yet have listed them in my Etsy Shop. Please let me know if you are interested in any of them. Contact me at: malindekoning[at]

All my best,


SummersStudio said...

This is a lovely collection of bracelets. The colors are so beautiful together. I especially like how you placed the oval bead in it's own little frame work of linen cord. Beautiful! All of them.

TesoriTrovati said...

I am so awful with bracelets. They never work out for me! But you have the touch. And the color palettes are gorgeous, Miss Malin. But I am not surprised. You have a way with letting colors speak to you that I admire greatly. Enjoy the day! Erin