Sunday, November 2, 2008

Milky Mint: image heavy post

Väike komplekt minu jaoks uue värviga :) Õrn ja pastelne, puhas rohekas minditoon. Ei tegelenud planeerimisega, lihtsalt tundsin rõõmu selle värvi kasutamisest. Siin on kaks kaelakeed, üks kaherealine juba tuttava traadist, helmestest ja swarovski kividest põimitud motiiviga. Teine kaelakee pisike ja tagasihoidlik. Kaks paari lihtsaid kõrvarõngaid ning mõnusalt sahisev käekett. Selle värvi pildistamine oli paras peavalu. Panin meelega taustaks sellise sooja-roosa kanga, et tekiks minditooniga kontrast ning väike kontrollimise moment - kui kanga värv on vale, on ka mindivärv vale (nt esimesel pildil, hehe...).

Sellest komplektist on mul lemmik ka :) Minu isiklik lemmik on see tilluke peenikese ketiga kaelakee, mille ripats mahub ilusti sõrmeotsa peale :P









This is a set with a color that is new to me :) Delicate and light, clear greenish color of mint. I didn't plan anything in this set, just enjoyed using this color. Here are two necklaces, one with two chains and already familiar wirewoven motif of swarovski stones and glass beads. Second is tiny and modest. Two pairs of simple earrings and a bracelet. I had some trouble photographing this color. I used this salmon-pink cloth on the background in purpose to create a contrast and to have a possibility to check if colors are right - if the color hue of the cloth is wrong, so is the mint (as on the first picture, hehe...).

I have my own favourite in this set :) This tiny necklace with a fine and thin chain and a pendant small enough to sit on a tip of my finger :P

4 comments:

Ljudmila / Lucy said...

Kõik viimseni ääretult lihtsad, kuid väga kaunid ehted ja lisaks väga mõnusa värviga!

Kreet said...

Selline värv on väga kaunis - vaatad ja mõtled, et kas on rohekas või hoopis sinakas? Ühesõnaga värv mulle meeldib ;)
Ehted muidugi ka!

Christina said...

Very pretty, Katrin! I like the green paired with the copper. On my computer some of the pieces almost look like the stones are the color of patinaed copper, which makes for a great pairing!

mdmB said...

Aitäh ljudmilla/lucy ja kreet!

Christina, now that you mentioned it then yes, that greenish color looks exactly like copper patina! :D No wonder these colors go well together!