I love Fall. Partly because my birthday is in October. But mostly because of the cool, foggy mornings, the feel of warm fabrics, and the promise of new beginnings and fresh starts.
Energized and ready for action following a long summer hiatus from blogging and from my bead table, I spent September transitioning to a new season –refocusing, reorganizing and re-evaluating my approach to design.
Yesterday brought the first official day of Fall. I spied what to me is the very essence of the season - a trio of pie pumpkins on the shelf at my neighborhood Publix. And I received an acceptance letter into my first juried Art Show. So much to be excited about!
Here’s a look at one of the new designs I’ve been working on in September - long, sleek lariats to go with the changing necklines of Fall.
|I also love the look of Sangria and Aluminum, another Pantone Fall color trend.|
In this lariat I've used garnet and rose quartz rondelles with a natural ruby focal.
|Like pumpkins and changing leaves, |
labradorite and garnet set against brass seed beads just say Fall to me.
What are you excited about this Fall?