Sunday, March 06, 2011

Beads of Clay Spring Open Studio Blog Event


GIVEAWAY TIME 
Here is the photo of my first Giveaway for this afternoon's Beads of Clay Spring Open Studio Event.
This is a stonoeware ceramic clay butterfly toggle clasp in a honey brown and denin color glaze.  I just love these colors together and can see that it will be a versatile toggle for many color palettes.  You can win this toggle clasp by entering a comment below.  What colors would you use with this toggle clasp?

18 comments:

  1. love the earthy glaze on this toggle!! Butterflies are so popular right now too- you have it going on all the way around!! hope to win!

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  2. My first instinct would be to say add blue tones, but I would want to add some coppery greens and tans and perhaps some copper tones as well. Lovely giveaway.

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  3. I habe a bronze seed bead mix that would go sooo well with that!

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  4. Very pretty Mary! It would look beautiful with copper :)

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  5. love the colors--I would probably stick with earth tones and greens, but sometimes you get surprised when you look at some combinations. I'd try iolite and amethyst to see how they worked.
    Erin S
    eastrother1@gmail.com

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  6. oH mAh gOsh. LOVE this toggle, Mary! Copper, riverstone or earthy jasper and of course turquoise~ gorgeous!

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  7. Love that toggle! I'd start with copper and earth tones.

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  8. Hi Mary, just touring everyone else's posts.

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  9. Love love love this, I think that I would try to add something with the denim color to bring out the rich color.

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  10. Beautiful! I will use it with earthy tones like beiges, olives, navy blue...those are the first to come to mind.

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  11. brown and blue - love it!

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  12. Great Mary...I appreciate all of your hard work for us at the BOC.

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  13. That's a lovely earthy toggle! Not sure what colours I'd use with it. Perhaps some nice montana blue and beige, mixed with copper and picasso finish beads like the Toho hybrids.

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  14. I have some beutiful white and earth toned ceramic beads left over from my bead soup that would look awsome with that toggle. And maybe some turquoise for color.

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  15. My daughter and I just started making clay beads. Oh how fun and how addicting...

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