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Friday, September 2, 2011

Melon ( Sheryl )

Melon

Well, yes this has been a very hard color!  I can't believe there is so little of it around me.  I do hate to be the third one to do jewelry but I couldn't find anything else.  I have waited as long as I can to post.
 I have been on a stretchy bracelet kick since I saw that movie "Larry Crowne" -- the character played by Julia Roberts wore cute stretchy bracelets and I have been buying them ever since.  I have created quite a collection but these were my first.  3 Turkish Lira a piece, what a deal!
 As I was trying to find something to shoot, I colored and folded and went through all my stuff.  I found this box that came with Rose Candy (I love packaging) so I used it thinking maybe the pink on the front would read Melon -- it didn't. 
 The chip is really pretty exact to the colored piece that I did.  At least on my monitor.
Kendall inspired me to just do some playing.  I really can't remember when I just sat and played in Photoshop.  I used some actions from Pioneer Woman and a Texture from Jerry Jenkins of Shadowhouse Creations.  It's good to be back in Istanbul -- visits home are few and far between -- See you soon . . .

Thanks for stopping by -- Sheryl

6 comments:

  1. wonderful vignettes! I have only one stretchy bracelet, given to me by my granddaughter Charley. Now I want more!

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  2. I now have them from cheap to expensive! It's really been fun to see how many I can wear before my husband says "too many!" hahaha!

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  3. enjoying being able to view and POST!! whoohoo!!! The 3rd is my favorite...I so enjoy the many variations that each color has when photographed.

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  4. Beautiful photos. I love the staging in the third photo. Thank you for sharing!

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  5. Thanks Emily for saying so . . . I find this project a lot of fun!

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