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Pantone’s Color of the Year

Pantone’s 2010 color of the year is PMS 15-5519 Turquoise. This rich color is perfect for jewelry designers, because it works beautifully into a myriad of color palettes. Pair it with corals and reads for fun summer designs and as you head into fall and winter jewelry designs, turquoise will work wonderfully with browns and […]

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On the Bayou Bracelet

This eclectic bracelet is perfect for spring with its bright green and blue colors and fun nature-inspired charms and beads. With its bold look, this bracelet will spruce up any outfit. When creating this bracelet, you can simply place each dangle where you think it will look best, no particular order is better than another. […]

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New CRYSTALLIZED™ – Swarovski Elements Spring Innovations are Here!

We are proud to introduce over 100 new styles of Swarovski Spring 2010/2011 Innovations! We have two new crystal colors – fern green and Provence lavender – along with the new crystal lavender pearl color, the reintroduction of the white opal color, the ceramics fusion crystals and several new styles. Keep checking back as we […]

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Swarovski Spring Color Trends

Spring is all about freshness. These Swarovski color trends bring a vacation retreat to you with their stunning combination of blues, corals, violets and even a beautiful neutral palette. Perfect for mixing and matching, these colors will bring exuberance, youthfulness and happiness to your fashion apparel, jewelry, home decor and even weddings. Click on the […]

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CRYSTALLIZED™ – Swarovski Elements Spring Innovations Coming Soon!

The CRYSTALLIZED™ – Swarovski Elements Spring 2011 Innovations will be here soon. Here is a sneak peak of the exciting new additions from this world renowned crystal maker. The latest edition of Swarovski Innovations sparkle with optimism and give designers a palette from which to create creations filled with joy. NEW PRODUCTS & COLORS: FUSION […]

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