Friday, April 11, 2008

Saturday Photo Hunt - Twist(ed)

Fun! I thought about this all week and didn't find anything new to photograph that represented "twisted." So I looked through my old photos and found this bracelet where I twisted the multiple strands together. It's green and burgundy freshwater pearls with cherry "quartz" and Swarovski crystals. I sold it over a year ago. I had called it "Bohemian Summer." =)



21 comments:

Daisy said...

That's really pretty! I like the colors a lot.

Laurel Wreath said...

That is beautiful!!

Dianne said...

That's a gorgeous piece.

Karen said...

Very pretty! I agree, those colors really complement one another.

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Gypsy at heart said...

You have really put some time and effort into that twist!

Karen said...

That's very pretty! You're very talented!!

Liza said...

very pretty! do you make your own jewelry? i played too!

Gandalf & Grayson said...

Mom really likes that bracelet!

Desert Diva said...

You're very talented - beautiful bracelet! A great choice for the "twisted" theme!

crazy working mom said...

Well, I think that's a perfect fit for this week's twisted theme. It's also very beautiful. Great shot.
Thanks for stopping by. Happy Hunting.

Alice Audrey said...

Very nice. My mother would love that.

-TNChick- said...

I love the colors in that - very beautiful "twisted" piece!

jams o donnell said...

Wow that is beautiful. Great take on the theme!

John said...

That is beautiful!!

Roxy said...

i think it's charming. I love it

Alasandra said...

That is a gorgeous piece. I think it was back in the 80's when I had a lot of twisted bead necklaces.

Rebecca said...

Very pretty! :)

ikkinlala said...

Very pretty!

Melissa said...

That is a beautiful bracelet. I'm so jealous of people like you that have artistic ability! :o)

jennsquared said...

That is beautiful! Only if I knew about Casto Creation a year ago, I would totally buy that! Love the colors!

Bunny B said...

Nice piece! I think you should give your 70% creativity streak a little more credit! :)