Layered Perfection – #CIJParty 2016

Contributor post by Michelle of EviesToolEmporium

The last few days I have watching for layered trends as I have been out and about. I have seen so many beautiful stacked bracelets, stacked rings, layered necklaces, layered home items and more!

Members of the Etsy ChristmasInJuly Team have many layered perfection items in their shops! Here are a few!

friedasophie from friedasophie says:

I handmade this piece for the summer time, the blue and white’s are complimenting each other in a subtle way.

friedasophie

friedasophie

Nancy Duncan from EponasCrystals says:

Purple and turquoise are two of my favorite colors. They accent each other perfectly. This necklace is a little bit boho and a little bit southwestern. Purple sugilite round beads and genuine turquoise nuggets are hand knotted with waxed cotton cord. The necklace is accented with beautiful ceramic seed beads in a turquoise hue, shiny brass beads and round antiqued verdigris beads. The closure is genuine leather cord with a spiral patterned golden brass toggle clasp.

EponasCrystals

EponasCrystals

pamela from epicetera says:

This necklace was inspired by the beautiful blend of seed bead colors.

5 strands of mixed gemstones and pearls create a warm winter blend of deep burgundy, honey gold and crisp cucumber green..

I selected gemstones that complimented the seed beads, and created a holiday necklace rich with color. One strand of honey gold freshwater pearls, a strand of red Garnet, a strand of green Aventurine, and 2 strands of mixed seed beads create a colorful necklace that can be twisted before fastening or worn by allowing the layers to fall freely. A primitive red bird dangles from the bead work.

epicetera

epicetera

Dawn Whitehand from DeeDeeDeesigns says:

This layered ring is made from four retro buttons from my personal collection I have been accruing for many years. I’m not really sure why i collect (and now make) buttons, but it certainly is a thing!

DeeDeeDeesigns

DeeDeeDeesigns

Richard and Tatiana from DesignstheLimit says:

This cutting board offers us the most flexibility for design and personalization of any of the products we have available. We can engrave the bottom of the glass cutting board, the top of the wood cutting surface, monogram the tool handles, and engrave a gift message or dedication on the bottom. The glass cutting board can be removed and used for cutting meats, the wood cutting board is food safe and perfect for slicing vegetables, and the set can be used for serving and entertaining with the cheese knife storage conveniently accessible. We add even more layers with gift wrap and gift cards available with any purchase in our shop.

We can include any of our picture frame designs on the glass, any of our monograms on the wood, and use a matching font to personalize the tool handles of the cheese tools.

DesignstheLimit

DesignstheLimit

Dana Hamant from LilybeanzBowtique says:

One of my new favorite things to make for my shop is fabric tutus. I love layers different, yet complementing fabrics together to create a unique, one-of-a-kind piece. In addition to the different prints, I also like to put different textures together for fun look.

LilybeanzBowtique

LilybeanzBowtique

Dina StyleKnits from DinaStyleKnits says:

This hand knit triangle shawl was designed by me under inspiration of boho and vintage styles. I’d like to make feminine wrap for modern lady. This shawl adds wedding, evening clothes and will be good for cold summer.
Bronze shawl pin with beige and coffee glass beads is included for shawl.

The shawl color is natural beige and it pass to any dress color.

So, this shawl is a detail, which will help you feel like a real woman.

DinaStyleKnits

DinaStyleKnits

Stock Lane Studio from StockLaneStudio says:

Here’s a layering of a different sort. Many many layers are involved in the creation of our ‘Galaxy’ art. I use several layers for text, more for the dark sky background and more for the stars. I add blurred layers and other artistic touches to stars and the ‘milky part of the Milky way to create depth. This was a fun and time-consuming process and I love the end result.

StockLaneStudio

StockLaneStudio

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