Susan Kennedy used vintage copper filigree beads with orange enamel for her challenge design. Paired with turquoise flower beads, these lovely earrings would be a lot of fun to wear.
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This is 27" leather wrapped bracelet made by Jeannie Dukic has TWO of the Pantone colors in it, Tangerine Tango and Margarita. The beads are her polymer clay Peeled Paint art beads.
Jewelry By Jeannie
Tangerine Tango enameled beads and pennies were used to make this sample necklace for a class that Lynnea Bennett is teaching in March on Torch Fired Enamels at Ally Beads.
Designs By Lynnea
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A bright and happy necklace made by Alicia Marinache with bright orange Mother of Pearl beads, delicate freshwater pearls of the same tone, plus sterling silver chain & findings.
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Cilla Watkins was trying to give her entry in the Tangerine Tango challenge a 1960’s flair. I think she succeeded. I should know, I lived through that era.
Tell Your Girlfriends – Beautiful Jewelry
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Shanti Johnson created this piece using her favourite colours, orange & turquoise. These colours remind her of the sun rising over the ocean, and that she feels so blessed to be able to see every day. This bracelet incorporates her love of nature too.
Sunshine Bliss Shoppe
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Renetha Stanziano did not even realize it when constructing this set for another challenge that she was using the Pantone colour of the year. Other people pointed it out to her later. The aquamarine and crystal rondelles were provided and she added the orange beads to the mix.
Lynne Bowland is not really thrilled with this piece she created. We all make things that we don't like sometimes but have you ever noticed that everyone else thinks they're wonderful?
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So, where is my creation, you ask? That is a very good question. I had a design idea all planned out but a series of complications worked against me and I was unable to get it done in time for the reveal. And rather than hastily throwing together something that I was not happy with, I decided to let the artisans who submitted photos to rule the day. Great work everyone!