Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Like Butterscotch!

Ooh, these colors are just so yummy! I realized when the word "yummy" came to mind, I was thinking about butterscotch! I was wishing I had some instant pudding, but I also like the idea of a no-calorie jewelry snack!

These shell pearls are amazing and now I wish I had them in every color!! Thanks to Rings & Things, now I know about them!!

Sometimes I wonder how would anyone know about every bead and finding out there! It would seem impossible... That's what makes blogging and reading blogs so fun and so valuable. I can't even guess at how many new and interesting products I have come across in the last couple of years thanks to fellow bloggers!

So, back to the beads at hand... I think these would be so adorable clustered together in a dangly pendant with each shell pearl hanging at a slightly different length. Either a ribbon, cord or chain would make a great necklace for something like that. OR, maybe even a necklace that incorporates ribbon, cord AND chain!

The possibilities, as always, are only as limited as your imagination!


FTC compliance disclosure, notice of material connections: the items in this post from Rings&Things were provided as a promotional gift as part of the Blog Partner Program for review or design purposes. More info about the Rings & Things Blog Partner Program

8 comments:

Createology said...

Butterscotch and carmels yum. What will you make with these? Keep creating...

beryl said...

Those are so great! I'm really looking forward to seeing what you create with them!

Andrew Thornton said...

These are yummy!

Regina said...

I love shell pearls, they are so uniform and perfect. Looking forward to seeing what you cook up with these sweeties.

Angela said...

truly scrumptious!

Pearl and Pebble said...

Beautiful! Like golden bubbles!!

Cathryn said...

I love shell pearls as well--and those are really scrumptious! I can't wait to see what you create with them!

Donna Blake said...

I love pearls, but I'm still kind of new. What are shell pearls?