St. Patrick’s Day is only a week away and spring only ten days away. If you’ve come across a creative block and you’re looking for some inspiration, you’ve come to the right place. This week’s jewelry post is all about green for your spring and St. Patrick’s Day needs. Green is a great color to work with, given that it’s neutral. It can be paired with gold, copper, silver, gunmetal, and brass findings (neutral + neutral = good). It also pairs wonderfully with other shades of itself, which you will see in this post, and gives the piece of jewelry an outdoors-y type feel. Green symbolizes life, greed, money (especially when paired with gold), and a whole lot more.
For additional inspiration, try to make your jewelry be something more than just a necklace, bracelet, or pair of earrings. Have a word in mind while you’re looking through your bead stash and start from there. I find that when I have a creative block it’s because I don’t know where to start. For example, if your word is “life” you might want to use your bright green beads to symbolize the bright green found in plants. Once you have somewhere to begin, the rest should fall into place. I hope these three pieces of jewelry will give you somewhere to start.
All of these items in this post are now up for sale in my Etsy shop!
I hope you found some inspiration in this post. If you’re still craving more green jewelry check out the green crackle agate earrings in my first post and last week’s green crackle agate rosary. (If you haven’t guessed already, I really like the green crackle agate beads. You can purchase them here.)