Sunday, May 31, 2009

Color of the week: Sea Green

Last week's Color Feature received 500+ views and 1 item sold!!

Thanks everyone for entering for this Week's featured color Sea Green. With so many entries it was really hard to choose.





If you would like to enter for a Color Feature on my blog,

Post your item matching next week's color, "Steel Blue" (Color swatch below) in this Etsy Forum
and
Leave a comment on this blog telling me your favorite items from this week's feature.

32 comments:

WhimsicalXpressions said...

I love the frog and that braclet!

Robin Maria Pedrero said...

I am so excited to be featurd on your blog with such wonderful pieces!! Thank you!I am tweeting this!

Sharnemainia knits said...

thankyou soo much for featuring my monster on your blog!, i'm telling everyone i know about this!

dashton4 said...

My little frog is sold but I have a pattern for him on my Etsy page if anyone wants to make their own. They are fun to make.

I really like that painting by Robin Maria, so Pretty!

Thanks,
Darcy

Julie Magers Soulen said...

I'm honored to be in your green blog feature with these wonderful artisans! I love this color. In fact I have a whole section in my shop called "Serene Greens!"

Michelle said...

WOWOWOW! This is such a cool feature!!

pat's pottery said...

LOVE this concept!!!
Thank you so much for including my Shades of Green Stoneware Bowl in this wonderful collection:>)

Taffyknits said...

The pieces are beautiful! The pendant is gorgeous, and the birch trees remind me of exploring the woods of my childhood.
It's a wonderful feature.

hissyfitoly said...

thanks for the sea green-ness. Everyone's pieces are so lovely as a group.
(and double-thanks for featuring my cuff bracelet)

Sarah said...

Love greens, can't possibly get enough of them. The cuff bracelet is my favorite, love the layering of shapes, shades and textures.

John said...

The aspen grove in the forest is my favorite!

Linda Ellett said...

Another great collection of pieces!! Fun!

JNpottery said...

Love the frog and the picture of birch trees.

Jen Kiaba said...

Captive Chrysocolla Earrings were definitely my fave. But overall everything is awesome. The sad little monster is absolutely adorable!

Dee Gallimore-Perry said...

I love the sweet little monster in the corner... :)

TatteredTapestry said...

my fav is the birch tree picture...but the bracele is a close second!

rgtmum said...

I like the frog and the dish! But they are all nice...

ALJ DESIGNS said...

Thank you so much for choosing one of my designs for your Color of the Week! Such a lovely collection here. (and that IS a great bowl)!

Michelle said...

I love the bowl and the painting! This is such a good idea for a feature! I'm entering next week's :)

✄ ✂ ✄ ✂ ✄ ✂ said...

I liked the button cuff and the moody monster :)

BPR Designs said...

My favorite is the lovely clay bowl!! Great color, of course, and a great shape!

Beggars said...

Love the frog and monster! Too cute!

Oceanside Creations said...

What a great idea for sharing all the wonderful items on Etsy.

dashton4 said...

I've sold 3 frogs so far plus a pattern!
I just posted a new one that is Sea Green at this link
http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=25887318

Made by SwirlyGirl said...

Excellent little collection! So glad that it was such a successful blog!

Made by SwirlyGirl said...

Hope you don't mind if I "borrow" (not exactly stealing if you still have it, right?) your idea! ;-)

dashton4 said...

I posted a link to this on my Vox blog.
Here is my Vox link:
http://darcyashton.vox.com/

TackledAndShackled said...

omg I LOVE that beanbag frog!!!! What a cool blog feature!!!!!

MagicMarkingsArt said...

the gem stone earrings are beautiful! Love the color and textures.

Kerry said...

Love those trees and bright green grass!

Madmud said...

It is hard to choose among such lovely work! The grass below the trees is speaking to me, though.

Jesse Janes said...

I'm loving them all.. but the clay bowl is my favorite..

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