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Accented Neutral Color Scheme

It is time for the Accented Neutral Color Scheme Challenge!! Woot! Woot! This is fun stuff. In this piece I used a clay which I dug myself local to my home. The dark brown clay is accented by the Yellow Agate and what I believe is Picture Jasper chips.
And this pair of earrings uses the same colors. My hand dug clay dangles from Yellow Mother of Pearl chip drops.
And last but not least we have a Waxed linen Necklace with a Saggar fired clay bead Focal. There are lots of different Neutrals in this piece. Brown, Cream, Tan~~ and they are accented by the red smoke of the saggar firing.
WIKI SAYS----
Accented Neutral Color Scheme~~
A color scheme that includes neutral colors, like white, beige, brown, grey,or black, and one or more small doses of other colors. eg. Brown and beige with blue, gray and black with red.
The accented neutral section of the color challenge ends on April 30th. You still have time to get you work submitted for your chance to win prizes from Marla's Mud!
Here's how--
The winner will be chosen at random on Friday April 30th from all the accented neutral section entries. To enter your work for a chance to win beautiful Clay beads by Beads-of-Clay members, please add your photos to the Beads of Clay Flickr group.
Please label your photo with the color scheme you have used. Example: Accented Neutral. This is how I will know that you are playing along! If you have any trouble getting your entry into the Flickr Group, or have any other questions, please contact me, Kristie, at my Etsy shop or through my blog if that is easier for you. I look forward to seeing your entries!


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