Thursday, January 22, 2015

  

Kristy Le Trendy Jewelry Designs


Hi I'm Kristy Le of Trendy Jewelry Designs and I'm about to embark on a grand adventure with the owner B'Sue Boutiques Brenda Sue Landsdowne and producer of Build a Line Challenge and the creative people from the B'Sue creative group. It's a great honor to be taught this master class by Brenda Sue Landsdowne and I thank her for her generosity in sharing her learning experiences she had to go  through over the years that has brought her to us today as B'sue Boutiques. Brenda Sue is a wealth of information from her experiences to the numerous tut's she has on Youtube. I thank you Brenda Sue and I love you Bunches. XOXO!


Okay here's a little about me I've been a jewelry Artists  for about 10 years and I started with simple string of necklaces, bracelets, and earrings, that was just the tip of the ice burg. I became affiliated with B'sueboutiques.com and B'sue Creative Group 2 years ago and that's when I really started to bloom artistically and once I started watching her weekly tut's, as well as collecting all the goodies I needed to make my pieces then I blossomed fully as a jewelry artist. Brenda /sue thank you for being my muse. I would like to introduce my constant companion Midge my fur baby of 16 years when mommy is in her happy place, so is she.






Now for the big reveal of what I'm doing for this challenge it is going to be called The Vineyard Collection. What are the reasons why I chose this particular subject, well their are three reasons and they are; 1. I love b'sueBoutiques.com's grape stampings, the antique mall were I sell at, also sells local wines and I liked the fox and grape stamping because it reminds me of the Aesop's Fable the fox and the grapes, but I'm mainly basing it on the grapes as my cohesive look. Here is a peek at what some of my designs may embody, of course there will be color because that's my thing. Here let's take a look at what have to tease you with.
Okay here is a pick of a partially finished piece I can't give it all away right from the start, just another little teaser of what's to come.

My creative process is layering of colors, the grapes and leaves are done with alcohol inks and the fox is done with patina and lumiere Paints, but i layer them separately and drying between coats, I also dabed on perfect pearls in bronze two highlight the piece and finished of with Diamond Glaze. Well I hope you enjoyed my little sneak peek into the Vineyard Collection by Kristy Le of Trendy Jewelry Designs and all the beautiful supplies from B'sueboutiques.com. Hey all my creative friends let's get this party started

43 comments:

  1. Love your colorization! Nice write up!

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  2. Ok--I'm officially in love with your fox! It's super cool to see your colors and then how they changed because I'm just barely starting to color on metal. Great ideas and so creative you are! :)

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  3. It's a great idea and I love how you painted. I have the same stamping but never think about painting in your way.

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  4. Such pretty colors! Love the idea of a vineyard collection!

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  5. Oh you are going to have a fun line, Kristy Le. I'm looking forward to seeing it come to life!

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  6. Your theme is perfect! It not only encompasses your other work but WHERE you sell! I can't wait to see the finished line!

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  7. Done with great thought and great heart....like everything else you do, Miss Kristy! Great job!

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  8. Yummy yum Kristy .. I love what you selected .. looking forward to seeing much more .. Jann

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  9. Well thought out idea Kristy! Always love the colors you use. So fun and cheerful!

    Marica
    Bead Lovelies

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  10. Gurlfriend it was great seeing your work progress, of course I have seen it in person, Love the jewelry, love the theme you picked for your line great post.

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  11. Such wonderful color and a great line. Looking forward to seeing more!

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  12. It looks like you know what your market likes. Good for you. Looking forward to seeing the while vineyard collection.

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  13. Wonderful coloring on that stamping and love the fox! I am sure your line will be fantastic and can't wait to see more.~ Ingrid

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  14. Mmm. those grapes sure look tasty! Great idea to build on a theme that fits where you already have your work.

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  15. Great idea and love the way it fits in with where you already sell your work! XOXO

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  16. Thanks love I'm thankful for each and everyone of you. XOXO!

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  17. Gorgeous and what a great blog!!! I cannot wait to see. I am so happy to be on this adventure with you! xoxoxo

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  18. I love your choices of components from B'Sue, they're some of my favorites too. I hope I learn to color as well as you are.

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  19. Love those grape-inspired components and the colors you add to them! The Fox is sneaking peeking into the grapes! Great that it ties into where you sell your pieces, too! Great job! Gina H

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  20. You are off to a great start, can't wait to see more.

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  21. I'm with Monica's comment above -- you had me at wine! Your line will be gorgeous, I'm sure. I'll have to look to you for painting advice - yours looks great!

    Cheers,
    Susan

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  22. Hi Ms. Kristy!!! Wow I'm a sold fan!! Your work and your heart spirit is just so beautiful!! I am so thrilled by the work that you do and I love Aesop's Fable so much! I am beyond excited for what you are about to do! Thank you for always sharing the gifts of you. ~ Warm Regards Louise!!

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  23. Ooh looking forward to seeing more of your vineyard theme Kristy ! Linzi

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  24. Kristy--What a great way to bring everything together for your theme! I love your step-by-step coloring instructions. I know the new line will be great!

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  25. Kristy, that looks wonderful! I also considered a grapevine theme! The way you painted the fox makes it look very realistic. I am excited to see your new line. You've got wonderful stampings and colorants, and you are so talented in using them!

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  26. Hin Kristy :)
    ~I am just finishing up hopping now because I was unable to hop back a few weeks ago when we all posted.Midge is a little sweetheart~ I have a Chi Chi with the same coloring- her name is Pepper and is 7yrs old. she is my constant companion too. Ilove your idea for your line~ I just love the way you color your grape stampings- they are always so vibrant and full of color!! I cannot wait to see your finished line!! B TW~ you really have flourished in your designs!!
    See you class!
    xo Liz

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    1. Lia thanks for your lovely complements, I still hoping though. XOXO!

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  28. My sweet friend how is that I miss you post? What a great idea for a line and I love what you did worth the fox and the grapes stamping, really lovely and your pup its so cute :) xox

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  29. Kristy, you truly have a clear vision of how to design your line. So far you have made some beautiful pieces. I will continue to follow and cheer you on. Well done my friend.

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  30. Your designs are really coming along, Kristy, great job!

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  31. Gurlfriend what can I say, awesome makering. Love how you painted that everything but especially the fox. Great theme and stampings you have chosen. beautiful post great read.

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  32. Someday I'll see your jewelry line in wineries around the country! Can't wait to see what you have in store for the reveal.

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