- Feb 24, 2017
+1It occurred to me tonight... there is something so appealing about this color range of orange. Cheese balls, no matter how gross, are still attractive lol! It’s the color! Very similar to spess ...without the depth and sparkle of course. Such psychology in color.
Ha! No way! That was being used by one of the other 6 people living in my house right now. And young adults/kids tend to LOVE ketchup! But, maybe it’s not bad? ....hmmm. I think the cheese balls would need more body to hold the ketchup flavor...lol!Ketchup on cheese balls? That's a culinary delight I've yet to try.
That is awesome! I can't wait to see. Are Mali sparkly like spess are? Orange was not my thing but once I saw the glitterbomb they create, spess were all good in my eyes. The red-orange ones remind me of Dorothy's slippers in Wizard of Oz.
Ooh, can’t wait to see it!!!
I love that concept. Using natural stones to create an impression of large scale beauty on Earth is amazing to me.Actually, since I saw some Mali garnets at a gem show last year, I’ve been really thinking about them. They would be amazing to create forest, Fall like piece of jewelry. The color ranges seemed to embody the essence of deep forest colors, dry pasture colors, along with the late golden light of late Summer, early Fall. So much could be done with them!
I know! Just look...I think it would be amazing to make a necklace out of many of them, with varying colors, the gold echoing organic forms, like with golden leaves.I love that concept. Using natural stones to create an impression of large scale beauty on Earth is amazing to me.